The event, sponsored by Big Top Music and 104.7-FM, was to feature Revive and Mac Powell from Third Day.
Brent Pentenburg, spiritual development coordinator at the YMCA on Howard Road, said presales of tickets, which were $75 per person, had been too low.
Sean Owen, owner of Big Top Music, confirmed that ticket sales had been low, blaming the poor economy on a recent trend of poor ticket sales for concerts. He said scheduling problems and a family emergency also contributed to the decision to postpone the event.
Both Owen and Pentenburg said efforts are being made to reschedule the event in a few months.
Owen said tickets already purchased would be honored at the rescheduled event, and refunds would be given if the event is cancelled.