Six years after a significant major event in D.C. at the National Mall drawing hundreds of thousands, evangelist and Pulse founder Nick Hall is inviting people across the country to gather again at the Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas for TOGETHER ‘22, a free event June 24-25. Inspired by Explo ‘72 hosted by Billy Graham also at the Cotton Bowl, TOGETHER ’22 will be the largest evangelistic training event in history.
TOGETHER began as the calling of a Millennial evangelist, Nick Hall, and through a coalition of friends who longed for revival and true John 17 unity. While people thought this group was crazy for calling for a million people to “the largest Jesus gathering in American history,” on July 16, 2016 in D.C., hundreds of thousands of people from all 50 states flooded the National Mall in the sweltering heat for one of the largest Next Gen Jesus gatherings ever. The crowds were so large that the infrastructure of the National Parks became overwhelmed because of the heat, causing the gathering to be shut down five hours early while buses were still arriving from across the country!
Since Hall first launched his ministry, God has continued to move–filling stadiums in the United States and massive squares abroad. This June, TOGETHER ’22 aims to activate a generation to share Jesus and be sent home with the courage, community, and tools to share the Good News. TOGETHER ‘22 will feature some of the best artists and speakers in the world. However, the singular aim of this event is that attendees would not be entertained, but instead experience Jesus in such a way that both motivates and equips them to take the Gospel home.
“History is defined by historic gatherings, and we believe this will be a generation-defining catalyst for students and people from all 50 states to not simply fill the Cotton Bowl Stadium, but be equipped and unleashed to share Jesus back home,” said Hall. “Imagine bus loads of people being sent home with the plans, resources, and connections to shake their communities for Jesus.”
Confirmed speakers and artists include (*video message): David Platt*, Jeremy Camp, Chris Tomlin, Dr. Tony Evans*, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Dick Eastman, Paul Eshleman, Ebony Small, Jonathan Evans, Josh McDowell, Preston Perry, Shane Pruitt, Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, Miel San Marcos, Evan Craft, Israel Houghton & New Breed, and more.