Abrahamic / Middle Eastern Christianity Christian Bands That Are on Tour Share Flipboard Email Print Miikka Skaffari/WireImage/Getty Images Christianity Christian Entertainment Christianity Origins The Bible The New Testament The Old Testament Practical Tools for Christians Christian Life For Teens Christian Prayers Weddings Inspirational Bible Devotions Denominations of Christianity Funerals and Memorial Services Christian Holidays Key Terms in Christianity Catholicism Latter Day Saints View More By Kim Jones Christian Music Expert Kim Jones is an ordained pastor and a co-founder of Road to Revelation, a Christian rock band. our editorial process Kim Jones Updated October 04, 2017 The only thing better than a good concert is a good Christian concert. You not only get to enjoy great music, you also get to enjoy a special kind of fellowship not found anywhere else. Christian Artists and Bands Currently on Tour Check out this list of some of the top Christian performers touring in 2017 and beyond. Big Daddy Weave is making stops at a number of churches and concert venues throughout the United States in support of their album "Beautiful Offerings." On tour: June 8, 2017, to Jan. 27, 2018.Building 429 is making stops at Christian music festivals, county fairs and religious events from coast to coast. On tour: June 10 to Nov. 20, 2017. Casting Crowns is performing at a handful of venues throughout the United States. On tour: August 10 to September 22, 2017. Casey J brings her songs of praise and inspiration to several churches in the Carolinas, Florida, Georgia and Alabama. On tour: May 31 to Sept. 16, 2017.Chris Tomlin is promoting his album "Never Lose Sight" during stops at Christian festivals in Virginia, Michigan, Ohio, Missouri, and Florida, plus a big show at Denver's Red Rocks Amphitheater. On tour: June 22 to Sept. 6, 2017.Gaither Vocal Band performs their old-time gospel favorites at concert halls and Christian venues throughout the United States. They're even performing on an Alaska cruise! On tour: June 15 to Sept. 29, 2017.Gold City is on a year-long tour, performing at churches, concert halls and parks in the South and Southeast, plus a few dates in the Pacific Northwest. On tour: May 30, 2017, to June 8, 2018.Jeremy Camp brings his Summer Lights tour to schools, ballparks and Christian music festivals in the eastern United States, as well as South Dakota and Arizona. On tour: June 2 to Sept. 17, 2017.Kutless is making about a dozen stops at ballparks and fairgrounds from New York to California, plus stops in Canada and Denmark. On tour: June 10 to Oct. 6, 2017.Mark Lowry visits performing arts centers, churches, and Christian music venues from Maine to Colorado, opening for Stan Whitmire at several stops. On tour: May 31 to Nov. 18, 2017.Matthew West stops at state fairs, auditoriums and churches in the Midwest and South. On tour: June 10 to Nov. 19, 2017. Need To Breathe brings their All the Feels tour to concert halls and outdoor festivals from coast to coast, including performances at venues like Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and Town Hall in New York City. On tour: June 3, 2017, to Jan. 30, 2018.Passion promotes their "Worthy of Your Name" album at churches and Christian event centers in the South from North Carolina to Texas, plus a stop in Colorado. On tour: May 18, 2017, to May 5, 2018.Rend Collective visits churches and music festivals at a handful of stops in New Hampshire, New York, Virginia, Ohio, and Alabama before embarking on a tour of Great Britain and Ireland. On tour: June 2, 2017, to May 20, 2018.Skillet is hitting Christian music festivals in North Carolina, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan and Canada this summer. On tour: June 3 to Sept. 16, 2017.Switchfoot is playing amphitheaters, concert halls and auditoriums from coast to coast, plus three venues in the UK. On tour: May 30 to Nov. 1, 2017.Tenth Avenue North makes stops at Christian music festivals, plus churches, auditoriums and county fairs. On tour: June 10 to Nov. 18, 2017. Dates are provided by the bands, record labels, publicists and managers and are subject to change.