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Another concert is coming to Lubbock.

It's beginning to get hard to keep track of all the concerts and shows coming to Lubbock over the next several months. And after a year of no live music and productions, I think it's great to see.

On Monday, the United Supermarkets Arena announced the band MercyMe have announced their fall 2021 inhale (exhale) tour. The tour will take the band, along with Fair Trade Services artist Micah Tyler, to 30 cities across the United States. And the tour will begin here in Lubbock on Thursday, September 30th, 2021.

MercyMe will perform at the United Supermarkets Arena on September 30th at 7 p.m. According to a press release, MercyMe just released a new album which is climbing the charts:

MercyMe released their tenth studio project, inhale (exhale) last Friday, April 30, and the current single, "Say I Won't" has risen quickly across national radio charts, currently #4 on Billboard National Christian Audience, Mediabase Christian Audience and Billboard AC Indicator, as well as #5 on Billboard AC Monitored and Mediabase Christian AC.

The band will have two other Texas dates: one on October 2nd in Cedar Park, and the other October 3rd in Fort Worth.

MercyMe is a Grammy-nominated, multiple American Music Award, Billboard Music Award and Dove Award-winning band. You can get ticket information, hear music and find out more information about the band and the upcoming tour that will take them to thirty cities across the United States by going to their website.

MercyMe is currently traveling and putting on outdoor concerts.

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