Artists Charlie Hall, Chris Tomlin, and the David Crowder Band will lead the three-plus hour concerts as they hit churches and auditoriums starting September 28 and wrapping November 23.
Passion founder Louis Giglio is slated to give a nightly talk.
Each artist will perform music from the hit Passion album series, as well as from their respective solo projects. Speaking of Passion discs, there's just been another one released. Titled Passion: Sacred Revolution - Songs From OneDay03, it was recorded at a weekend gathering in Texas, which featured 20,000-plus students from all over the world.
An accompanying DVD is slated to hit shelves just ahead of the tour start. Like the record, the DVD features songs from the concert and four hours of footage, five full-length videos, exclusive interviews and messages from the key speakers.
Since its formation in the late ‘90s, the Passion people have been key players in the modern worship experience. They've put on many weekend and daylong events, launched tours, and have released a series of albums that have rocketed to the top of the Christian music charts.