Martin Smith Takes His God's Great Club Tour To The Celtic Nations

Feb 20 2015

Martin Smith (formerly of Delirious?) takes his band back on the road impacting mainstream culture by playing his songs in rock venues across the Celtic nations - Cardiff, Dublin, Londonderry, Belfast, Glasgow, and Edinburgh for part two of the 'God's Great Club Tour'.

The setlist is made up of some new and many familiar songs - during the evening you will hear many of the Delirious? and Martin Smith classic songs - this is an ideal opportunity to introduce your friends and neighbours to the best of Christian art in a venue outside church walls.

Nathan Jess will open each date on the tour, there will also be guest appearances from some of Martin's talented friends and other surprises along the way.

"Anybody can get on the dance floor... that’s the great thing about Christianity", says Martin Smith.

"It doesn’t matter where you come from, or what you’ve done… everyone is invited to the party. It’s all about grace… My prayer is that God will use this new music to remind people of his grace, to remind them of his heart for the poor and broken and of his Kingdom coming on Earth."

God's Great Club Tour 2015:
Feb 25th - Cardiff
Feb 26th - Dublin
Feb 27th - Derry
Feb 28th - Belfast
Mar 2nd - Glasgow
Mar 3rd - Edinburgh

Tickets for all nights are available from:

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