Show Hope™, a nonprofit orphan care ministry founded by GRAMMY® award winning Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife Mary Beth, announces the addition of world-renown Christian music artists to commemorate its 10 Year Anniversary Celebration in Nashville, Tenn. Grammy Award winning group and Billboard Chart toppers Casting Crowns, Grammy Award winning band Audio Adrenaline and Grammy and Dove Award winner Laura Story will join the lineup during Show Hope's Celebration concert on Sunday evening, May 26 alongside Andrew Peterson, Geoff Moore and Steven Curtis Chapman.
Casting Crowns, the two time multi-platinum selling band that currently holds the position as Billboard's top-selling act in Christian music since 2007 will perform some of its greatest hits, while Audio Adrenaline, with new frontman Kevin Max, will play their hit title track off their new record, Kings & Queens which debuted at No. 3 on the album charts. Additionally, Laura Story, the multi-award winning songstress, will take the stage and sing songs off of recently announced R.I.A.A. Digital Gold album Blessings.
The concert, held at Lipscomb University's Allen Arena, follows a Memorial Day weekend of festivities for attendees to experience firsthand the global impact that Show Hope is making in the lives of children around the world.
Since Show Hope's inception ten years ago, the generous support of tens of thousands of individuals has provided thousands of children with forever families through adoption aid grants, medical care for more than one thousand orphans with special needs, funded two consecutive Red Bus Project tours, facilitated hands-on trips offered to China and Haiti and enlisted world-renown music artists as advocates to place over 3,500 waiting orphans with forever families. Additionally, hundreds of orphans with special needs have received the medical care they so desperately needed through Show Hope's Special Care Centers in China.
In addition, Show Hope recently announced their partnership with the Tim Tebow Foundation that will raise awareness and provide additional assistance for families who have a desire to adopt children with special needs.
For more information about Show Hope and to purchase tickets for the 10 Year Anniversary Celebration, please visit www.showhope.org.
About Show Hope
Show Hope™, a nonprofit founded in 2003 by Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife Mary Beth, helps to care for millions of orphans around the world. From the thousands of adoption aid grants given, to providing medical care for more than one thousand orphans with special needs, to consecutive Red Bus Project tours in the spring and fall, to hands-on trips offered to China and Haiti, to a new artists and advocates program, Show Hope celebrates an incredible ten years in ministry in 2013 and looks ahead to an even brighter future. For more information, visit www.showhope.org.