Meet the Lineup: Air1’s ‘Worship Now Live at Red Rocks’

Posted on Monday, May 20, 2024 by Lindsay Williams

Meet the Lineup! of worship Now Live at Red Rocks

For the second year in a row, Air1’s “Worship Now Live at Red Rocks” will take over Colorado’s most iconic outdoor venue for one night only, Aug. 5, 2024. The inaugural concert in 2023 included performances from Shane & Shane, Jon Reddick and Brian & Jenn Johnson, capped by a collaborative set from “Summer Worship Nights” friends Phil Wickham and Brandon Lake. Just when we thought the bill couldn’t get any bigger, Maverick City Music is slated to headline the 2024 installment, which will also feature music from Red Rocks Worship, CAIN and Thrive Worship. Don’t sleep on tickets — last year’s event sold out. So, without further adieu, allow us to introduce you to the multi-artist lineup for Air1’s “Worship Now Live at Red Rocks” 2024.

Maverick City Music

Maverick City Music’s original vision was to become a hub of connectivity for unlikely collaborators across all genres of music. The five-time GRAMMY® winners have achieved just that with a revolving door of talent that has launched the solo trajectories of several previously unknown acts. “Old Church Basement,” the group’s career-defining collaborative effort with Elevation Worship, officially put Maverick City Music on the map in 2021. From signature songs like “Promises” and “Jireh” to fresh offerings like “In The Room” and “YET,” the collective continues to steward relevant anthems of praise for the global Church. The kings and queens of collaboration will bring their robust catalog of hits to Red Rocks Amphitheatre exclusively for Air1 listeners this summer.

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Red Rocks Worship

A night at the stunning Red Rocks Amphitheatre would not be complete without Denver’s own Red Rocks Worship. Carrying the musical expression of their local church, Red Rocks Worship’s breakthrough anthem, “Echo Holy,” from their critically acclaimed record, “Things of Heaven,” debuted in 2021. The group is currently on tour in support of their biggest single to date, “Good Plans,” a song that testifies to the Jeremiah 29:11 kind of plans God has for each of us. Although a live recording of “Good Plans” first appeared on the group’s latest album, “Ascend,” Red Rocks Worship recently released a studio version of the fan favorite that features seasoned worship leader Cody Carnes.

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While CAIN is primarily recognized for their bright pop singles like “Rise Up (Lazarus),” “Yes He Can,” “I’m So Blessed” and “Any More,” Christian music fans would be remiss if they overlooked the trio’s live worship EP, 2023’s “Honest Offering.” Siblings Madison, Taylor and Logan Cain got their start singing in church, and “Honest Offering” was their attempt to honor their roots. Captured at Nashville’s Ocean Way Studios, the six-song EP is a mix of stirring originals, reimagined arrangements of timeless hymns and fresh versions of modern worship favorites. CAIN’s trademark three-part harmony is likely to sound even better under the stars when they return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre this August.

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Thrive Worship

Known for original anthems like “Coming Back,” “Pour Your Spirit Out” and “Ruins (Rebuild My Soul),” Thrive Worship flourishes from roots deeply planted across multiple campuses at Bayside Church in Sacramento, California. An ever-growing, ever-evolving group of diverse singers and musicians, Thrive Worship also leads a school that places an emphasis on developing and equipping burgeoning worship leaders. With a heart for mentorship and discipleship, the worship collective longs to reach people both inside and outside the church walls. They’ll open the evening when Air1’s “Worship Now Live at Red Rocks” 2024 commences.

RELATED CONTENT: Thrive Worship Creates an Anthem of Return in “Coming Back”

Tickets for 'Worship Now Live at Red Rocks' are on sale now! 

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Can’t get enough of Red Rocks? Right after Air1 takes over the bucket list venue, its sister network, K-LOVE, is hosting two additional sold-out nights of live music at Red Rocks on Aug. 6 and 7, featuring performances by Crowder, Casting Crowns, Big Daddy Weave and more.

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