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Matt Maher

Matt Maher Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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Concerts
Jul
29
Six Flags Darien Lake
Darien Center
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Sep
27
ZACH WILLIAMS REVIVAL NIGHTS
Park City
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Sep
28
ZACH WILLIAMS REVIVAL NIGHTS
Belton
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Sep
29
ZACH WILLIAMS REVIVAL NIGHTS
Jonesboro
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Oct
03
ZACH WILLIAMS REVIVAL NIGHTS
Johnson City
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Oct
04
ZACH WILLIAMS REVIVAL NIGHTS
University Park
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Oct
05
ZACH WILLIAMS REVIVAL NIGHTS
Charleston
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Oct
10
ZACH WILLIAMS REVIVAL NIGHTS
Troy
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Oct
11
ZACH WILLIAMS REVIVAL NIGHTS
Springfield
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Oct
13
ZACH WILLIAMS REVIVAL NIGHTS
Fargo
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Oct
15
ZACH WILLIAMS REVIVAL NIGHTS
Casper
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Oct
17
ZACH WILLIAMS REVIVAL NIGHTS
West Valley City
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Oct
19
ZACH WILLIAMS REVIVAL NIGHTS
Colorado Springs
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Oct
20
ZACH WILLIAMS REVIVAL NIGHTS
Independence
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About Matt Maher
“EVERY SAINT HAS A PAST, AND EVERY SINNER HAS A FUTURE.” -OSCAR WILDE Sometimes in order to move forward, you have to look back and remember where you’ve been. It was in that spirit that Matt Maher birthed his latest album, Saints and Sinners (Essential/Sony). The garage-turned-studio behind Maher’s home became a haven of reflection as he tirelessly transformed it into a creative songwriting space. “Every day, I’d go out there and dream a bit and ask, ‘God, what do you want to build here?’” Maher recalls. “I thought a lot about the nature of what it means to build something, and I didn’t have a clear sense of where I was headed. I found myself in a place of unknowing,” Maher says. “So I naturally started gravitating toward writings and quotes from people having experienced the tension between certainty and mystery.” He began saving these prayers, quotes and excerpts while also studying prophetic voices who significantly impacted the history of the church - believers who wrestled with matters of faith, who challenged the status quo and left marked legacies. Amidst creativity unfolding, the record-making process began, unbeknownst to Maher, when he stepped into the studio to record a song based on the timeless Bill Gaither hymn “Because He Lives.” Initially, he was recording the song for a one-off compilation project, but Maher’s label heard the demo and immediately deemed it his next radio single. “All of a sudden, it was like, ‘You’re making a record,’ and what’s funny is my first response was, ‘But I don’t have any songs,’” he recalls. “The more I thought about it, I realized I had already begun the writing process for all these songs, based on all these people I had been studying. I just wasn’t aware of how beautifully it was starting to come together.” “Because He Lives (Amen)” became the catalyst to initiate an entire chain of songwriting sessions based on a short list of difference makers. Maher brought together a host of talented songwriters among who were Thad Cockrell (Leagues), Jon Foreman (Switchfoot), Bo and Bear Rinehart (NEEDTOBREATHE), Jason Ingram and several others for the project. With songs loosely crafted and ready for the studio, Maher collaborated with longtime friend and producer Paul Moak (Third Day, Mat Kearney) to bring to life the themes of unity and the struggle of living in the “in-between.” This duality was not only explored lyrically but also sonically as the two men creatively experimented in-studio on “Saints and Sinners.” “We were looking at the idea of the tension between the saint and the sinner - of looking at two contrasting things, and incorporating that into the production of the music. For example, you take an imperfect being, who generates analog sound waves, and they get recorded into a computer that turns them into digital information. You can create so much within a computer that there is a fine line of tension between it sounding perfect versus human, so we tried to arrive at a reconciliation between the two,” Maher explains. The lives and work of other influencers became the blueprint for additional cuts, like the album’s driving first track, “Future Not My Own,” which is based on a prayer inspired by martyr Oscar Romero. “This prayer really brings to light that we’re announcing a kingdom that’s here, that’s coming, and that’s being built, that we won’t see the finish of. That’s a huge aspect of being a part of the Church, the body of Christ.” Maher is an outspoken champion of unity and collaboration, not just amongst Christians on a level of faith but also on a civic level,” he says. Perhaps the most outspoken example of this desire is the gospel-tinged “Sons and Daughters.” Although the song was written before the Ferguson incident made headlines, the timely track is an ode to Martin Luther King, Jr., and Maher’s attempt to speak into racial reconciliation. “God used the church in the ’60s to inspire a nation for healing. Most people don’t think about the fact that a lot of people in the civil rights movement initially were pastors. Faith was the thing that motivated people toward eradicating injustice,” he says. “Sons and Daughters” is a special song, and I hope it will play a part in inspiring more Christian leaders toward re-engagement in the issue of civil rights.” “Firelight” is inspired by the ministry of Mother Teresa. Maher’s inspiration for the idea of a firelight comes from her saying, “If I ever become a saint - I will surely be one of ‘darkness. I will continually be absent from heaven - to light the light of those in darkness on earth.” “Everything Is Grace” is based on a quote by St. Therese of Lisieux out of “Her Last Conversations” that reads, “Everything is a grace, everything is the direct effect of our father's love - difficulties, contradictions, humiliations, all the soul's miseries, her burdens, her needs - everything, because through them, she learns humility, realizes her weakness. Everything is a grace because everything is God's gift. Whatever be the character of life or its unexpected events - to the heart that loves, all is well.” “Rest” sets Psalm 23 to music and features the vocal harmonies of The Vespers. This song, in particular, came at a time when Maher’s grandmother’s health was failing, and the acoustic-driven track proved to be a source of encouragement for his family. Since his 2008 major label debut, Maher has become a staple in the artistic and songwriting community. A five time-GRAMMY® nominee, he has garnered multiple radio successes writing and recording songs like “Lord, I Need You,” “Hold Us Together,” “Christ Is Risen,” “All The People Said Amen” and “Your Grace Is Enough.” Maher has penned songs recorded by Chris Tomlin, Crowder, Third Day, Matt Redman, Hillsong, Passion and Meredith Andrews, among others. Maher continues to perform and speak as a part of global high-profile events, including the upcoming World Meeting of Families, marking Pope Francis’ first visit to the US this year. In 2013, Maher performed on stage with Pope Francis in front of more than 3 million people at World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro. Maher and his team are already in the planning stages of participating in World Youth Day 2016 taking place in the summer of 2016 in Krakow, Poland. Maher has found that while we all come from different backgrounds, amass a range of experiences and even harbor conflicting opinions, the one thing that always binds us together is our humanity. “It’s the sinful side of me that helps me identify with other broken people and not see myself as better. Christianity doesn’t make me better than anybody else,” he contends. “The process of being transformed is sometimes a really messy process. When you can remember how far off you were when God found you, your own conversion stands as a testimony to God and mercy, but it also gives you a way to relate to other people.” After all, we were created by a loving God who designed us for a greater purpose. We are each on the pilgrimage of searching out that purpose, being transformed, saints and sinners.
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What fans are saying
Catherine
5 / 5
This was my first time going to a live concert in about 9 years. I loved it. There was great music, musicians, praise, testimonies. I would definitely recommend seeing this show. God bless the talented songwriters, musicians and all of the crew who made it happen.
International Community Church Frederick, MD
Apr 07, 2024
Teresa D
5 / 5
Love the words, very inspirational. Very sad it wasn’t a sold out show. Matt and tenth avenue Matthew had great energy. Loved it!!! And thank you for sharing your beautiful voices. Please come back to either Salem or Eugene.
The Pavilion at Oregon State Fair Salem, OR
Mar 05, 2019
Brian
4 / 5
I only wish he played more of his music. It was more of a phil wickham and leeland show. There wasn't an even amount of each artists music played. That's what kept it from getting a 5 star rating
Elmbrook Church Brookfield, WI
Mar 06, 2023
Starr
5 / 5
He was great as was Seph and Lizzie. The message they convey was powerful, God and Jesus would be proud how they spread his message. Seeing artists at a Church for me is a blessing, it's so much better than a larger venue. Starr
Kempsville Presbyterian Church Virginia Beach, VA
May 06, 2024
Donna
4 / 5
First, we love to listen to Matt Maher. 1st Christmas carol was not something I really enjoyed but we loved hearing both him and We the Kingdom sing. Would like to have heard more than just 1 of Matt's songs.
Relentless Church Greenville, SC
Dec 04, 2023
Melody
5 / 5
I can only IMAGINE!! I WISH I WERE THEIR BUT IT WASNT GODS PLAN FOR ME.GOD NEVER STEERS YOU TO SOMEWHERE YOU SHOULDNT BE GOING TO....FOR WHATEVER REASON. GODS WILL BE DONE IN EVERYTHING I DO.
Budweiser Events Center Loveland, CO
Mar 17, 2019
Max
5 / 5
I've seen him twice. I think he is probably one of the most talented artists. He sings from the heart. I look forward to seeing him again. THANKS FOR A GREAT SHOW, GOD BLESS
Missouri State Fair Sedalia, MO
Aug 17, 2019
Marianne
5 / 5
Wonderful event, great music by both Matt and Dave Pettigrew! When you go to the church keep in mind there are pillars in areas that should be avoided as they obstruct your view of the artists.
St. Matthew's Roman Catholic Church Voorheesville, NY
Aug 01, 2019
Cindi
5 / 5
I’ve seen many, many concerts in my day and Matt is one of the most talented musicians I’ve encountered. His concerts never disappoint. His voice and talents on piano and guitar are not surpassed.
Century Assembly Lodi, CA
Feb 15, 2018
Anonymous
5 / 5
Matt Maher was fantastic and Rhett was also very good. I could listen to Matt Maher all night just play his guitar and the piano. It is medicine for the soul.
North Heights Church Arden Hills, MN
Nov 20, 2023
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Matt Maher Tour Cities
Fargo, ND Independence, MO Park City, KS University Park, PA Johnson City, TN Troy, OH West Valley City, UT Springfield, IL Colorado Springs, CO Charleston, WV Casper, WY Darien Center, NY Belton, TX Jonesboro, AR

Frequently Asked Questions About Matt Maher

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Matt Maher on tour?

Yes, Matt Maher is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Matt Maher concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Matt Maher tour is scheduled for 14 dates across 14 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Matt Maher scheduled to play?

Matt Maher is scheduled to play 14 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Matt Maher tour start?

Matt Maher’s tour starts Jul 29, 2024 and ends on Oct 20, 2024. They will play 14 cities; their most recent concert was held in Darien Center at Six Flags Darien Lake and their next upcoming concert will be in Independence at Cable Dahmer Arena.

What venues is Matt Maher performing at?

As part of the Matt Maher tour, Matt Maher is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jul 29 - Darien Center, NY @ Six Flags Darien Lake
Sep 27 - Park City, KS @ Hartman Arena
Sep 28 - Belton, TX @ Bell County Expo Center
Sep 29 - Jonesboro, AR @ First National Bank Arena
Oct 03 - Johnson City, TN @ Freedom Hall Civic Center
Oct 04 - University Park, PA @ Bryce Jordan Center
Oct 05 - Charleston, WV @ Charleston Coliseum
Oct 10 - Troy, OH @ Hobart Arena
Oct 11 - Springfield, IL @ Bank of Springfield Center
Oct 13 - Fargo, ND @ Scheels Arena
Oct 15 - Casper, WY @ Ford Wyoming Center
Oct 17 - West Valley City, UT @ Maverik Center
Oct 19 - Colorado Springs, CO @ Broadmoor World Arena
Oct 20 - Independence, MO @ Cable Dahmer Arena
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