Brandon Lake announces Jon Foreman to join Spring arena tour

Brandon Lake - "The Tear Off The Roof Tour"
Brandon Lake - "The Tear Off The Roof Tour" |

NASHVILLE, TENN. (February 19, 2024) — GRAMMY®-Award Winning singer/songwriter Brandon Lake announces Jon Foreman to join Spring 2024 tour dates as special guest. 

The Tear Off The Roof Tour marks the beginning of a new, exciting season for Lake. The 20-city tour will kick-off on March 7 in Birmingham, Ala. and will stop in Memphis, Tenn., Toronto,  Brooklyn, N.Y., Jacksonville, Fla., Orlando, Fla., and many other cities before the final show in his hometown, Charleston, SC. Tickets are selling fast with multiple stops already sold out. 

“I’ve been a big fan of Jon Foreman for years, so I am pumped to include him on this tour,” says Brandon Lake. “I’m praying that people will walk away from each concert feeling a sense of freedom to step into who God has called them to be.”

With 5 GRAMMY®-Awards and multiple Dove Awards under his belt, Brandon Lake is just getting started. After years of releasing songs with Elevation Worship as well as Maverick City Music, Lake is paving his own path as a songwriter and musician. Lake will add Award Show host to his resume as he will join Sadie Robertson as co-host for the 11th Annual K-LOVE Fan Awards this May.  

Jon Foreman of a GRAMMY®-Award Winning Rock Band will be joining the tour as a special guest. His newest album “In Bloom” is set to release this Spring. Gospel Artist, DOE is set to open for Lake each night on the tour. DOE’s first album, a self-titled EP, is available now and features her hit single “Brighter.”

Lake’s newest album, “Coat of Many Colors” debuted in October 2023 will be heavily featured in the set list along with hit songs such as “Graves Into Gardens,” “Gratitude” and many more.

Tickets are now on sale to the public. For a full list of tour stops and all other tour information, visit  

Brandon Lake is a GRAMMY®Award-winning artist and songwriter from Charleston, South Carolina. As a worship leader for gatherings around the nation, his purpose is to call followers of Jesus into a posture of freedom and confidence—creating space to boldly declare truth and expect great things. Most recently, his song, “Gratitude” hit number one on the Media base Impressions Chart as of 2023. Having spent a number of years releasing songs with Elevation Worship as well as Maverick City Music, he has taken home five GRAMMY® awards over the course of his professional music career, and he has been nominated for a total of Ten. At the 2023 GRAMMY®Awards, he was nominated within five categories and received the following four awards:“Best Gospel Performance/Song” for “Kingdom”and “Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song” for “Fear is Not My Future,” as well as “Best Gospel Album” for Kingdom Book One Deluxe and “Best Contemporary Christian Music Album” for Breathe. In 2022, he was awarded his first GRAMMY®for “Best Contemporary Christian Music Album,”in recognition of the record,Old Church Basement.The 2021 GMA Dove Awards named Lake“Songwriter of the Year,” and at the same event, he was awarded “Worship Recorded Song of the Year” for the groundbreaking song, “Graves Into Gardens.” “This is a Move,” co-written with Tasha Cobbs Leonard, won a 2019 GMA Dove Award for “Gospel Worship Recorded Song of the Year,” and it was also nominated for a 2020 GRAMMY®Award. Lake’s full length albums include HELP!, which serves as a declaration of truth and a “me too” in response to anyone who struggles with mental health—while his album, House of Miracles, was released in 2020 with a desire for the songs to become beacons of hope in homes across the world. Believing that people have so much more inside of them than they think possible, Lake longs to see Christians “live free and be everything that God has called them to be.” To follow along, visit