Amy Grant & Michael W. Smith

May 14, 2015 at 7:30PM - 9:30PM
  • Doors open at 6:30pm
  • $35, $40, $55, $139
  • VIP Experience: $139
    Includes Access to a Q&A with the artists, a commemorative souvenir poster, the best seats in the house for the concert

    Premium Floor & Bowl: $55

    Club Room: $40

    Standard Floor & Bowl: $35

    Suite Rental: Rent a private suite for up to 24 people.
    Cost: $970 for suite (Includes 16 tickets).
    Up to 8 additional tickets can be purchased for $45/ticket.
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    Mother's Day Package:
    Get mom something special this year! Buy 2 or 4 Premium Tickets and get Amy Grant's latest CD 'Be Still and Know... Hymns & Faith' priced at a savings of over 20%. Deal ends Friday, May 8 at 6pm. 

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Amy Grant & Michael W. Smith

About the Event

Amy Grant & Michael W. Smith

100.7 The Fish is proud to bring together two of the most beloved voices for one amazing night. Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith: A Celebration of Songs & Hymns, Thursday May 14 at the Ralston Arena. The concert acts begin at 7:30 PM with doors opening at 6:30 PM. 

With more than 15 million albums sold and nine GRAMMY Awards between them, perennial favorites Amy Grant & Michael W. Smith continue writing, recording and touring extensively in support of new and timeless material loved by fans of all ages around the world. 

Free Shuttle

The Ralston Arena is offering a free shuttle from Horsemen's Park on 6303 Q Street to the Ralston Arena starting at 6pm and lasting until an hour after the concert ends. 

About Amy Grant

There’s nothing like life experience to provide a deeper, richer emotional palette for a songwriter to draw from when crafting new music. For Amy Grant, it’s been 10 years since her last full studio album and it’s been a decade marked by soul-shaking milestones. As she’s always done, Grant has embraced both the triumphs and challenges, distilled them to their essence and poured the lessons learned into songs that ache with honesty and reverberate with gentle wisdom.

How Mercy Looks From Here is the soundtrack of a life well-lived. “A lot of major life changes happened during these past few years.” Grant says. “So on this record, there’s zero filler. Every song has a real story behind it.”

In telling those stories, Grant recruited an impressive array of friends and heroes, including James Taylor, Carole King, Sheryl Crow, Vince Gill, Eric Paslay, and Will Hoge. Working with producer Marshall Altman (Natasha Bedingfield, Matt Nathanson), Grant has delivered a vibrant collection of songs that are entertaining and substantive, and it wasn’t by accident. Inspired by a conversation with her ailing mother, Grant approached this album as a woman on a mission.

“A conversation I had with my mother a couple of months before she died helped set the direction for this record,” says Grant, whose mother passed away in April 2011. “Mom had a lifelong curiosity that kept her young at heart even when her mind was failing. One night, when I stopped by to visit her on my way to my bus to drive to a concert, she was surprised to discover that I was a singer ‘Oh you sing?’ she asked. I said, ‘Yes ma’am. I sing,’ She asked, ‘What kind of songs do you sing?’ I was explaining what I sang to her and she asked if she could get on the bus and go with me. She was frail and clearly wearing out and I said, ‘Not this time.’ She said, ‘Well if I can’t go, do me a favor. When you get on stage, sing something that matters.’”

That simple, profound bit of advice took root and became Grant’s mantra for this new record. “My plan is to dedicate this record to my mom,” she says. “And that’s how I describe it, it’s not all serious. It’s not all silly. It’s just things that matter.”


About Michael W. Smith

“Sometimes you’ve just got to shake things up,” Michael W. Smith says with a smile. After selling more than 15 million albums, scoring 28 No. 1 hits, earning three GRAMMYs and more than 40 Dove Awards, no one would blame the Christian music icon if he decided to coast just a little bit, but that’s just not in his nature.

On Sovereign, Smith’s first worship album since 2008 and his first project since signing with Capitol Christian Music Group in 2013, he deliberately steps into a new creative chapter to craft a vibrant collection of vertically focused songs with a fresh sense of musical innovation.

“I feel like it’s a good season,” Smith says, leaning forward in a comfortable chair in the 1940s Tennessee farmhouse he’s converted into a studio. “I’m pretty passionate. I have lots of energy and I’m probably enjoying making music more than I ever have in my entire life. I’m having fun and I’m excited about this record and this next chapter.”


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