April 14, 2017
Good Friday (SOLD OUT)
At the Frank Erwin Center

TIME: 6:00pm

TIME: 6:00pm

Join us April 14th as over 300 churches from all over the Austin area come together to remember what Jesus did for us. Together, we will enjoy Communion, worship led by a multi-church band, inspirational message, and support our community.

Featuring Kirk Franklin

“I’ve gone through the fire and I’ve been through the flood. I’ve been broken into pieces, seen lightning flashing from above. But through it all, I remember that He loves me and He cares and He’ll never put more on me than I can bear.”

For nearly two decades now, Kirk Franklin has been a multi-platinum-selling purveyor of majestic fusions of gospel and contemporary music, and a mirror of Christian humanity boldly reflecting what one faith walking man can accomplish when he focuses on God and utilizes the gifts He gives. Franklin is a pioneer in gap-bridging musicianship, uniting audiences across gospel, hip hop, pop and R&B. His irresistible rhythms and rhapsodies have resulted in albums that consistently top both Billboard’s Gospel and Christian charts, as well as ascend triumphantly into the Top 10 of the R&B/Hip Hop chart. His unprecedented penetration into the mainstream has fortified him to also become a New York Times bestseller author for The Blueprint: A Plan for Living Above Life’s Storms (Gotham/Penguin). Franklin is also the host and executive producer of the gospel talent show “Sunday Best,” the highest-rated gospel program in BET network history now heading into its fourth season. To date, the musical trendsetter has garnered ten GRAMMY® Awards; an American Music Award; 39 Stellar Awards (gospel); 16 Dove Awards (CCM); eight NAACP Image Awards; two BET Music Awards, a Soul Train Award and numerous others.

And yet, with all of his success and acclaim – his overflow of awards and accolades – Kirk Franklin remains, at heart, a man who comes from shaky circumstances that could have paralyzed his spiritual growth within his humble familial beginnings. He is never far from that frightened and forlorn young man who didn’t always know which way to turn, which is what makes Franklin one of the most relatable and respected messengers in his field. It is in that humble spirit that he presents his timely 12th album, Hello Fear, (in stores March 22, 2011, on FoYo Soul Entertainment/Verity Records).

Frequently Asked Questions

What time does it start?
6:00pm

Where will the service be?
The Frank Erwin Center 1701 Red River St, Austin, TX 78701

What can you expect?
A time of worship with a multi-church worship band, reflection of the Good Friday Story, partaking in communion, and the chance to give to the charity we’re supporting this year.

Where do I get my ticket?
Click Here!

How much do tickets cost?
They are free!

Where can I park?
We are asking our guests to park in lots (See map below for designated parking areas)

How do I reserve tickets for a group?
The same way you would get one ticket through TicketSocket, just request the number of tickets you need for your party.

Am I allowed to save seats before the event begins?
Saving a couple of seats is fine, but saving an entire section for 20 or more people is a bit excessive if you’re the only one in your group there. Please be courteous of other attendees who arrive early and want to choose their seats.

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