Don't miss your chance to get Hillsong United tickets! The contemporary worship band from Sydney, Australia is coming stateside in 2016, where they will be performing throughout the spring and summer on the "Empires" tour. Take a look at the schedule below and buy your Hillsong United tickets today on TicketNetwork.com!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Jul 27, 2016
|Hillsong United & Lauren Daigle||Kansas City, MO|
Jul 28, 2016
|Hillsong United & Lauren Daigle||Louisville, KY|
Freedom Hall At Kentucky State Fair
Jul 29, 2016
|Hillsong United & Lauren Daigle||Pittsburgh, PA|
Consol Energy Center
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Jul 30, 2016
|Hillsong United & Lauren Daigle||Chicago, IL|
|Current Tour:||"Empires" Tour|
|Discography:||All of the Above (2007)
Last touring in the United States in 2013, Hillsong United is set to perform in the country once again in 2016. Kicking off their tour on April 28 at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, the group will put on shows in 22 cities across the country through the end of July. Popular venues where shows will take place include Oracle Arena in Oakland, The Forum in Inglewood, CA, Toyota Center in Houston, Pepsi Center in Denver, and the United Center in Chicago. Opening for Hillsong United will be singer Lauren Daigle.
Hillsong United released their fourth studio album, Empires on May 26, 2015. Produced by Michael Guy Chislett, the album features the singles "Touch the Sky," and "Say the Word." In total, Empires consists of 12 tracks.
Empires was critically acclaimed by critics and performed extremely well on charts. The album reached number one on the Australian Albums chart and number five on the US Billboard 200.
Hillsong United was formed in 1998 by the youth ministry at Hillsong Church, a megachurch in Sydney. The group was encouraged to record an album by Hillsong worship leader Darlene Zschech, which resulted in the EP, One. The following year, Hillsong United released the live album, Everyday. Both albums reached gold status in Australia. Aside from the band's live albums and extended plays, Hillsong United has released four studio albums.
Hillsong United's lineup is often changing since the band is mostly made up of volunteers. Currently, Hillsong United consists of Michael Guy Chislett, Matt Crocker, Adam Crosariol, Jonathon Douglass, Jad Gillies, Joel Houston, Simon Kobler, Taya Smith, Benjamin Tennikoff, and Dylan Thomas.