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Big Daddy Weave

Big Daddy Weave Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 691,101
Category Christian, Pop
Concerts
Apr
20
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Phoenix
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Apr
21
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Oceanside
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Apr
24
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Salem
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Apr
25
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Garden City
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Apr
26
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Bend
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Apr
27
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Grants Pass
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Apr
28
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Merced
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Jun
05
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
White Pine
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Jun
06
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Beavercreek
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Jun
07
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Kannapolis
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Jun
08
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Rustburg
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Jun
09
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Fayetteville
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Jun
19
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Liberty
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Jun
20
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Beatrice
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Jun
21
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Arden Hills
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Jun
22
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Florissant
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Jun
23
Heaven Changes Everything Tour
Brandon
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Jul
14
Grace at Ballston Quarter
Arlington
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Aug
07
KLOVE Live at Red Rocks
Morrison
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About Big Daddy Weave
We've been a band now for 19 years. We are all grateful for the opportunity to get to travel the globe and do what we love to do while also getting to tell others about the amazing gift of salvation that we have from God through His son Jesus. What an honor. We started at the University of Mobile in Mobile, AL We have been to all 50 states in the last 19 years and have made many friends along the way. We love being able to share with others the calling that we have to encourage others and share with them the gift of Salvation we have been given in Christ. Here is the professional bio: Truly compelling music makes the personal universal. Few artists have done that more consistently or more movingly than Big Daddy Weave. Through more than a decade of hits like "In Christ,” “Audience of One,” "You're Worthy Of My Praise," “Every Time I Breathe,” What Life Would Be Like,” and “You Found Me,” they have shared the journey in a way that has won the ongoing respect of fans, press and industry alike. Their musical journey began with a Dove Awards nomination as New Artist of the Year in 2002 and includes a 2010 Dove Award for the album Christ Has Come. They have been honored at ASCAP's Christian Music Awards, were chosen for the WOW Hits compilations in five of the last six years and are one of the 10 most played artists at Christian radio over the past decade. Most recently, they hit the top of the Christian AC chart - the fourth time they've done so - with "Love Come To Life," a song about the desire to have the love that Christ put in our hearts be more than words that we say, but a love that comes to life in actions. A song filled with passion and intimacy, and with the musical hooks and majestic sound that have marked so much of their work, it is the perfect introduction to Love Come To Life, their first studio album in more than three years. Love Come To Life demonstrates once again the passion and energy that have made Big Daddy Weave one of Christian music's most compelling acts for nearly a dozen years. True to form, the project teems with real life and emotion, from longing and struggle to breakthrough and gratitude, with front man Mike Weaver's forthright songwriting and intimate and unmistakable vocals backed by powerful arrangements and stellar musicianship. It derives its power from the fact that life and music intertwine so fully. "We've faced a lot of personal challenges and adversity during the past couple of years," says Mike, "Coming to the other side of that leaves us with fresh things to share, and in a place where we can share even more deeply than ever before." Those challenges, from the fatigue faced at times by musicians who spend much of their time on the road, to a devastating fire that swept through guitarist/producer Jeremy Redmon's house and studio, and health issues faced by some band members, produced a record that reflects two sides of the Christian life. "You've got the ones I term the belly-achers," says Mike with a laugh. "Those are the hurting songs, which are way outnumbered by what came after that, the songs that say, 'We can't wait to worship God because we see even in tragedy, God, You are triumphant.'" The bridge between the two was a spiritual breakthrough Mike felt about a year into the process of writing for the project. "I was really at a low point," he says, "struggling with my imperfections. I was in my garage; my man cave where I work out. I felt like God said to my spirit, 'Why don't you let me tell you what I think about you and what I like about you?' He started with, 'I love your heart for people,' and went from there. I was like a broken heap on the floor of my garage. The things he was talking about are not future tense things like a lot of people, the I think 'If I could get to this point and look like this and achieve that I would be all right.' He has this 'I love who you are right now' mentality. 'I accept you right now. You need to accept you right now.' At that point, I couldn't write from that hurting place anymore. I thought, 'I've got to worship now.'" The result is that songs like the title track and "Save My Life," a song Mike describes as "gut-level honesty," give way to others like "Magnificent God," whose spirit of worship is set amid a sound both intimate and majestic; "Jesus Move," a passionate call for Jesus' power to flow into believers written with Phil Wickham; "Different Light," a rocker that celebrates the way faith rewrites even the most troubled past; and "If You Died Tonight," a tenderly insistent request to a friend to consider ultimate truths. "This is a record that's a lot more transparent," says drummer Jeff Jones. "It's one that all of us are super excited about. We can give it to people and say, 'This is what God has been doing in our lives." In fact, the band's own breakthrough, born of a renewed emphasis on personal ministry at their concerts, is part in the record's feel. "God has a plan with all of this stuff," says Jeremy, "and maybe it took that extra time and our journey as a band to really bring these songs to life. There have been big changes over the last couple of tours as we've allowed more time for ministry. It's been a season of growth and change for all of us, and the fact that Mike was able to write with worship leaders like Phil, Carl Cartee and Paul Baloche really helped bring all of that into focus for the record." As always, Jeremy's production is key in bringing the songs to life. "We approached each song with a question," he says. "'Where can we take this that will make this sonically a new experience, something we haven't done before.' And I hope the way we did that will open up new ears to our music.” That meeting of life and music has been part and parcel of Big Daddy Weave's appeal since their days. Formed at the University of Mobile, the quintet - Mike, his brother Jay, who plays bass, Jeremy, Jeff, and keyboardist/saxophonist Joe Shirk - released an independent album in 2001 and then landed a deal with Fervent Records, their label home ever since. "One and Only," the title track from their first Fervent album, debuted in SoundScan's Christian Top 5 and remained in the Top 20 for six weeks. "In Christ" peaked at #2, stayed for 24 weeks on R&R's AC chart, earned a spot on the Dove Hits album, and became one of ASCAP's most-performed songs of 2002 - a milestone also achieved by "Audience of One" in 2003. Then, Hurricane Ivan in 2004 damaged several band members' Florida homes and led to Mike's relocation to Nashville. The fact that the move led to Mike's marriage to a Fervent staffer still leaves him shaking his head. "Even in the bad times, he's working it out," he says with a laugh. The band has always kept a busy touring schedule and in fact often recorded parts of their early albums in hotel rooms, "literally using the turned-up mattress and box springs as sound baffles to record vocals," Mike says. The fact that those records touched lives and earned chart success is evident in their recent hits package, The Ultimate Collection. "That was some closure in a way," says Mike. "We are thankful for those years, but in as much as we're seeing the things God has done, we are very full of vision for the future and in so many ways it just feels brand new to us right now." Which is something reflected as the band hits the road with songs from Love Come To Life. "We can go forward united as a band," says Jay. "We had been struggling to find balance as family men, touring musicians, and people following the Lord. But the Lord has given us healing and blessed us with being able to find the balance in him. It's been amazing to see God do that in us." "We are excited about the album," adds Joe, "and I think fans are going to love it. It's an opportunity to point to something way bigger than the band, to the body of believers working together, bringing glory to the Lord. I tell pastors that Big Daddy Weave is the best church I've ever been a part of. When they raise their eyebrows, I say, 'Yeah, I spend more time in fellowship with these guys than any church members spend together. This is the church of the 45-foot bus going down whatever road it is today. It's the fellowship of my Christian brothers." "This is as much a real family as anything else," says Mike. "The work that God has done in our band makes it all new again because of our sense of purpose, not just to make music but to be used of God. And that's the bottom line--what God wants us to do with this."
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Genres
Christian, Pop
Band members
Guitars/VocalsBrian, Mike, Songwriter/Lead Vocals/GuitarJay, Drums, Saxophone/Keyboards/VocalsJeremy, Bass/VocalsJoe
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What fans are saying
Nathan
5 / 5
Always a good praise service when big Daddy comes near!! Love these guys! This is our third time to see them and God willing not the last! Such a joy to my heart! Was so blessed to finally get to see Brandon Heath! He tugged at my daddy heart with his new song Faith Hope Love! Fantastic artist! Do not miss this concert!!
Jesus I Believe Tour - The Evangel Temple Meridian, MS
Sep 28, 2018
Anonymous
5 / 5
I appreciate Mike and the band, especially their worship and prayer time for the audience. It was powerful, and Mike's openness and transparency about his life, struggles, and his brother's passing were authentic, and encouraging. I will see them any time they come near me. And of course we love their songs, and musicianship. God bless them and their ministry. Charles and Pam
Christian Life Cathedral Fayetteville, AR
Apr 02, 2023
Karen
5 / 5
Was a fantastic show! This was the first concert of Big Daddy Weave's that I've been to. I love all of their songs. Hanna Kerr and Austin French were great also. The venue was a good location. Was easy to get out of the parking lot after the concert. Would love to see them again if they come back to town,
Victory Church Metairie, LA
Mar 23, 2024
Anonymous
5 / 5
What a wonderful night of worship with Big Daddy Weave. I could have stayed another hour or 2. Love their music and how Mike can share his feelings with us. I'm also glad to see that they are willing to have people come forward who are in need of prayer. Keep up the good work everyone.
Christian Life Assembly Camp Hill, PA
Jul 26, 2023
Toni
4 / 5
BDW was excellent, but no photo op. 😞 Q&A was fun. Tasha and Hannah were in great form, but Tasha didn't sing Never, a disappointment. Nowhere to purchase water at the venue! The staff was very helpful and friendly. Sound was really good for the most part. Overall a great show loaded with the Holy Spirit and worship!
Mosaic Church | Winter Garden Winter Garden, FL
Nov 17, 2023
Maggie Chitwood
5 / 5
My very first Christian music concert and it will not be the last. I have never felt God move through a church like I felt last night. I wish I could have afforded a CD but I am not working Pandora will have to do Loved Brandon Heath and Big Daddy Weave God bless them all
Jesus I Believe Tour - Fox River Christian Church Waukesha, WI
Sep 10, 2018
DAve
4 / 5
Big Daddy carried their message of positivity with passion to Pickens! The rather large crowd for PAC joined right in with the stories and worship. Sound and lighting was good, and Deadwyler and Cade Thompson provided good opening support. Hard to believe this was my first time seeing them, it won’t be my last.
Pickens County Performing Arts Center Liberty, SC
Nov 17, 2021
Greta
5 / 5
This was an awesome concert! I loved all the artists and Big Daddy Weave was phenomenal! There was such a sweet spirit in the crowd and so much talent as always with them! I also loved having the concert at a church. I think it added to the atmosphere!
First Baptist Church Bryan, TX
Nov 23, 2022
Anonymous
5 / 5
Big Dddy Weave, Tasha Layton and Hannah Kerr were awesome!!! Great palce to see them at Lighthouse Christian Church in Fond du Lac, WI.. We drove up from Grafton because the tour was not in the Milwaukee area. Great messages, awesome songs, and super audience. Thanks for coming to WI>
Lighthouse Christian Church Fond du Lac, WI
Oct 06, 2023
Sandra
5 / 5
As always big daddy weave you’re the best I love your heart for the Lord it’s like coming home when I am at your concert thank you for doing what you do and the sacrifices that you make May God continue to bless you and your families in Christ love Sandy
The Alive Tour - First Free Church Onalaska, WI
Mar 16, 2019
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Big Daddy Weave Tour Cities
Arlington, VA Florissant, MO Beavercreek, OH Phoenix, AZ Rustburg, VA White Pine, TN Garden City, ID Brandon, MS Beatrice, NE Salem, OR Morrison, CO Merced, CA Fayetteville, NC Bend, OR Kannapolis, NC Oceanside, CA Grants Pass, OR Arden Hills, MN Liberty, MO

Frequently Asked Questions About Big Daddy Weave

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Big Daddy Weave on tour?

Yes, Big Daddy Weave is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Big Daddy Weave concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Big Daddy Weave tour is scheduled for 19 dates across 19 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Big Daddy Weave scheduled to play?

Big Daddy Weave is scheduled to play 19 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Big Daddy Weave tour start?

Big Daddy Weave’s tour starts Apr 20, 2024 and ends on Aug 07, 2024. They will play 19 cities; their most recent concert was held in Phoenix at Mountain Park Church and their next upcoming concert will be in Florissant at Christ First.

What venues is Big Daddy Weave performing at?

As part of the Big Daddy Weave tour, Big Daddy Weave is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 20 - Phoenix, AZ @ Mountain Park Church
Apr 21 - Oceanside, CA @ Calvary Chapel Oceanside
Apr 24 - Salem, OR @ Peoples Church
Apr 25 - Garden City, ID @ Vineyard Boise Christian Fellowship
Apr 26 - Bend, OR @ Cascades Amphitheater - Church of the Cascades
Apr 27 - Grants Pass, OR @ Edgewater Christian Fellowship
Apr 28 - Merced, CA @ First Baptist Merced - The Church of Hope
Jun 05 - White Pine, TN @ Lakeway Christian Academy
Jun 06 - Beavercreek, OH @ First Baptist Church of Kettering
Jun 07 - Kannapolis, NC @ The Refuge Church
Jun 08 - Rustburg, VA @ Hyland Heights Baptist Church
Jun 09 - Fayetteville, NC @ The Village Baptist Church
Jun 19 - Liberty, MO @ Pleasant Valley Baptist Church
Jun 20 - Beatrice, NE @ Christ Community Church
Jun 21 - Arden Hills, MN @ North Heights Church
Jun 22 - Florissant, MO @ Christ First
Jun 23 - Brandon, MS @ First Baptist Church of Fannin
Jul 14 - Arlington, VA @ Grace at Ballston Quarter
Aug 07 - Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
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