Casting Crowns to headline concert in Beaver Dam this May

December 3, 2022 | 12:09 am

Updated December 3, 2022 | 12:10 am

Chart-topping contemporary Christian music band Casting Crowns will be headlining a concert at the Beaver Dam Amphitheater in May 2023. Joining them on the last stop of The Healer Tour will be We Are Messengers and Ben Fuller.

The concert will take place May 6. A password presale for tickets begins December at 10 a.m. (must subscribe to email newsletter at for password). Tickets go on sale to the general public December 9 at 10 a.m.

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 & Shuttle Packages are also available.

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

Casting Crowns has achieved sales milestones with more than 12 million albums sold. Among their many nominations and awards are four American Music Awards wins and one GRAMMY win. In addition, the group has garnered 18 GMA Dove Awards and two Billboard Music Awards.

We Are Messengers has 350 million on-demand global streams and boasts numerous Top 10 Christian Airplay hits. Their latest album, Wholehearted, features the band’s No. 1 radio single, Come What May. 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. 

Ben Fuller grew up in Southern Vermont on his family dairy farm, working alongside his father. He turned to cocaine and alcohol at a young age, but in 2017 he abruptly lost his best friend to a heroin overdose, and his entire outlook on life shifted. Fuller moved to Nashville to pursue a career as a country singer in late 2018. He is now sober and turns his testimony into songs. His debut album, Who I Am, was released in September and includes the hit radio single Chasing Rebels.

December 3, 2022 | 12:09 am

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