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Casting Crowns coming to Beaver Dam tonight

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BEAVER DAM, Ky. — The kickoff for the First United Bank & Trust 2023 Concert Series is tonight, May 6, as the Beaver Dam Tourism Commission welcomes Casting Crowns to the Beaver Dam Amphitheater. The concert will also feature We Are MEssengers and Ben Fuller as special guests. This stop will conclude Casting Crowns’ The Healer Spring Tour.

Tickets are on sale now and can still be purchased at beaverdamamp.com or at the door tonight. The doors open at 6 p.m. and the concert begins at 7 p.m.

Tickets are available, while they last, as lower arena reserved tables for four people, lower arena general admission, and upper lawn general admission.  Reserved tables include dedicated F&B table service and touch-free payment allowing guests to order food & drinks direct from their phones. Lower arena GA tickets include seats. All lower arena tickets include access to the pit directly in front of the stage. Lawn GA tickets allow guests to bring a small folding chair or blanket.

Ticket options include a VIP add-on that offers a pre-show Q&A with Casting Crowns, including a song performance, a signed CD, souvenir laminate, early entry, early access to merch, and a merch discount. Hotel and shuttle packages are also available at BeaverDamAmp.com.

Following a hugely successful touring season in 2022, performing in front of more than 300,000 people in 80+ tour markets, Grammy-winning multi-platinum group Casting Crowns has announced plans to extend The Healer Tour to 33 more U.S. cities in the spring of 2023. Presented by Compassion International, the Spring 2023 Healer Tour dates begin Mar. 2 in Myrtle Beach, S.C., and wrap up on May 6 in Beaver Dam. The spring leg of the tour features special guests We Are Messengers and Ben Fuller.

The Healer Tour supports Casting Crowns’ latest release, Healer, the deluxe edition, the follow-up to the band’s early 2022 Healer album, which yielded hit singles “Scars In Heaven” and “Crazy People.” Healer, the deluxe edition, features seven new songs in addition to the seven tracks on the original album.

We Are Messengers has 350 million on-demand global streams and boasts six Top 5 and ten Top 10 Christian Airplay hits with “Image of God,” “Power,” “Maybe It’s Ok,” “Magnify,” “Point To You,” “Love,” “Everything Comes Alive,” “God With Us,” “This Is Jesus” and “From Heaven To Earth (Joy To The World).” The band’s last album, Power +, features the award-winning self-acceptance anthem, “Maybe It’s Ok,” which was hailed as “air to a drowning man” by Rawckus Magazine, and “potent, effective and liberating” by Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global.

We Are Messengers’ latest album, Wholehearted, features the band’s No. 1 radio single, “Come What May.” The band has played for a live audience of over 2 million people across 40 states and five countries, including selling-out shows in the Netherlands, England, and lead vocalist Darren Mulligan’s native Ireland. The Dove-nominated and K-LOVE Award-winning group joined TobyMac’s Hits Deep Tour in early 2021 and followed by hitting the road with Casting Crowns’ Healer Tour earlier this year.

Music has taken Ben Fuller’s life and made it into something he would never have dreamed. Fuller grew up in Southern Vermont on his family dairy farm, working alongside his father. He’d pass the time by singing old classic country tunes as he witnessed first-hand the hard work and dedication it took to run a farm. The songs never stopped, and somewhere between the farm and college, he picked up a guitar and never looked back.

Due to generations of hurt in his family, Fuller struggled with certain aspects of growing up and turned to cocaine and alcohol at a young age. In 2015, Fuller got involved in a devastating drug-fueled relationship which led him to understand better the other side of addiction. In addition, in 2017, Fuller abruptly lost his best friend to a heroin overdose, and his entire outlook on life shifted.

Motivated to change, Fuller moved to Nashville to pursue a career as a country singer in late 2018. A family Fuller was close with invited him to church one Sunday, and as he walked the halls into the auditorium filled with 3,000 people, he knew one day he would sing “that kind of music” for the rest of his life. Falling face-first into his newfound relationship with Jesus, he began writing with a burning desire to share what God did to turn his life around.

Today, Fuller lives completely sober while sharing his story filled with hope, mercy, and grace. By turning his testimony into songs, he has been rejuvenated with a new passion and mission; to share his story with the world and all who are ready to listen. Fuller’s debut album, Who I Am, was released on Provident Label Group/Sony Music in September and includes the hit radio single “Chasing Rebels.”

Go to BeaverDamAmp.com for additional information, including a new seating chart, specific concert details, and FAQ. Make sure to sign up for the email newsletter to receive the password for the presale.

In the interests of safety and security for guests, and for a more efficient entry process at the gate, the Beaver Dam Amphitheater is transitioning to a new clear bags-only policy at the Vanilla Ice and Tone Loc ’90s Night Concert.

Clear bags will be mandatory. Review the list of prohibited items below.

Current Policy on Bags:

  • Large purses or bags of any kind (larger than 14″x14″x6″) are prohibited.
    *All bags are subject to search at entry.*

Beginning June 18, 2022:

  • Clear bags larger than 12″ x 6″ x 12″ are prohibited.
  • Clutch purses larger than 4.5″ x 6.5″ are prohibited.
  • All other bags will be prohibited.

Prohibited items include:

  • Chairs with canopies/tops, reclining chairs with footrests.
  • Backpacks of any kind, including drawstring
  • Banners/flags
  • Briefcases
  • Car seats
  • Coolers of any size
  • Drones
  • Illegal Substances
  • Laser pens/pointers
  • Cameras with detachable lenses
  • Computers/laptops
  • Outside food or beverage
  • Cans, bottles, coolers, or other similar containers
  • Video cameras or audio recorders
  • Laser pens or laser products
  • Noisemakers
  • Firearms
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Diaper bags
  • Fireworks or any incendiary device
  • Animals
  • Umbrellas
  • Flag poles or any support frames for banners/signs
  • Balloons
  • Selfie sticks
  • Tents, pop-ups, canopies of any type.

Re-entry is strictly prohibited. Visit the Beaver Dam Tourism website for Venue Policies and answers to FAQ.