Nashville, TN (June 24, 2021)
It was fall of 2019 when multi-award-winning artist and songwriter Zach Williams kicked off his first major headlining and successful run of The Rescue Story Tour, and plans were underway to continue into spring 2020. When the pandemic forced tours around the world to cancel, Williams missed the road but used his time to write, record new music, and spend time with his family. And now, he is excited to announce that The Rescue Story Tour is officially back and kicking off this fall. Joined by CAIN and We The Kingdom, this will be a tour not to be missed! Hitting 40 major markets, the tour will kick off on September 23 in Columbus, Ohio, and conclude November 28 when Williams, along with CAIN, will wrap the tour with a special hometown show at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium.

Concertgoers will get to hear many of Williams’ popular songs like his recent top-charting and GRAMMY-winning “There Was Jesus” along with longtime favorites such as “Chain Breaker,” “Old Church Choir,” and “Fear Is A Liar,” as well as newer hits such as “Rescue Story,” the No. 1 single “Less Like Me,” “Stand My Ground,” “The Struggle,” and many more.

On the tour’s first leg, Williams offered a “VIP Meat & Greet” experience, which he will continue this fall. Held prior to showtime, he will host an exclusive, full-course gourmet meal prepared by his favorite chef, Paul Fields, a world-renowned professional chef from Napa Valley, CA. Attendees also meet with Williams for photos and receive a VIP gift bag that includes a VIP pass, premium concert seats, early entry, and more. Please note, Chef Paul has been working under the highest safety standards and COVID-19 protocols in highly-regulated Napa Valley, CA. He will be implementing those same standards when preparing and serving your food on The Rescue Story Tour.

Tickets are on sale now for The Rescue Story Tour and VIP Meat & Greet. While many dates are already selling out, be sure to click here for the latest information. All previously purchased tickets will be honored, but for any refund, please contact the ticket seller directly.

Sept. 23 – Grove City (Columbus), OH
Sept. 24 – Hoffman Estates (Chicago), IL
Sept. 25 – Oshkosh, WI
Sept. 26 – Muskegon, WI
Sept. 29 – Meridian, MS
Oct. 1 – Euless (Dallas), TX
Oct. 2 – Houston, TX
Oct. 3 – San Antonio, TX
Oct. 7 – Madison, MS
Oct. 8 – Woodstock, GA
Oct. 9 – Johnson City, TN
Oct. 10 – Knoxville, TN
Oct. 14 – Milwaukee, WI
Oct. 15 – Bowling Green, KY
Oct. 16 – Durham, NC
Oct. 17 – Reading, PA
Oct. 21 – Aiken, SC
Oct. 22 – Spartanburg, SC
Oct. 23 – Birmingham, AL
Oct. 24 – Dothan, AL
Oct. 26 – Savannah, GA
Oct. 28 – Memphis, TN
Oct. 29 – Ft. Wayne, IN
Oct. 30 – St. Charles (St. Louis), MO
Nov. 4 – Loveland (Denver), CO
Nov. 5 – Albuquerque, NM
Nov. 6 – Tucson, AZ
Nov. 7 – Yorba Linda, CA
Nov. 9 – Oceanside, CA
Nov. 11 – Highland, CA
Nov. 12 – Visalia, CA
Nov. 13 – Modesto, CA
Nov. 14 – Sacramento, CA
Nov. 16 – Twin Falls, ID
Nov. 17 – Boise, ID
Nov. 19 – Tualatin (Portland), OR
Nov. 20 – Spokane, WA
Nov. 21 – Billings, MT
Nov. 22 – Casper, WY
Nov. 28 – Nashville, TN

*All dates subject to change; visit his tour page for the latest information

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