“What we’re trying to do with this event bill speaks for itself. The artists have their hearts in the right place as they walk through this and in partnering with them, we’ve kept that in perspective by keeping ticket prices affordable so more people are able to attend,” booking agent John Huie of Creative Artists Agency Nashville said.

The tour cleverly takes its name from Smith’s and Third Day’s new albums. Smith’s 2001 release, Worship, was the fastest selling contemporary Christian album of the year and certified gold in a mere 14 weeks. Third Day’s Come Together continues to spit out hit singles like “40 Days.” The band recently won a Grammy for the disc.

Prior to the tour, Third Day’s new album, Offerings II: All I Have To Give, will hit streets and select theatres. The band are being featured in a special film, “Third Day, Live In Concert: The Come Together Tour,” which uses a state-of-the-art digital system. A handful of cinemas in major markets across the States will feature the film.