Hillsong, an Australian worship band, will bring its praise-filled performance to Free Chapel on Nov. 27.
The 7:30 p.m. concert will take place in the main sanctuary of the church at 3001 McEver Road, Gainesville.
Hillsong is famous for praise tunes like "Mighty to Save," "Shout to the Lord" and "The Stand."
Tickets are $18-$24, plus additional fees, in advance. They are available through the event coordinator's website and by calling Premier Productions directly.
If the event doesn't sell out, there will be tickets on sale at the door for $27-$30.
In addition to playing some of their fan favorites, Hillsong will debut songs from their latest CD, "God is Able."
The album, which was released in July, was inspired by tumultuous occurrences worldwide.
"We are continually reminded just how true those words are. God is able. Able to save. Able to heal. Able to rescue from the fiercest storms and highest flood," said Reuben Morn, a Hillsong member.
"There are so many times when we are in situations beyond our control and there's something revolutionary about being able to say and sing, ‘Our God is able. In His name we overcome, for the lord our God is able.'"
The band will also share music from their Christmas album, "Born is the King," which was released earlier this month.