A sold-out crowd packed Bridgestone Arena for Good Friday Nashville headlined by Grammy Award-winner Chris Tomlin.
The event united families and churches for a night of praise but it was also about serving others.
All proceeds from the concert went to two groups that help foster children find forever homes.
Tennessee Kids Belong and also the TN Foster campaign. That's a program spearheaded by Governor Bill Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam, both in attendance tonight.
Chris Tomlin said they have Bridgestone Arena on hold for the next seven years to keep "Good Friday Nashville" going into the next decade.