Fact Sheet - Local
Harvest America is an annual live nationwide event, which this year will be streamed from the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, to thousands of participating host locations across the country—including churches, theaters, businesses, and living rooms. Featuring performances by top Christian artists and a clear gospel presentation by Greg Laurie, the goal of Harvest America is to impact a nation desperately in need of hope.
Harvest America 2017, June 11
University of Phoenix Stadium
1 Cardinals Drive, Glendale, Arizona
Begins at 5:00 p.m. nightly (gates open at 2:00 p.m.)
NEEDTOBREATHE, MercyMe, Jordin Sparks, Trip Lee, Phil Wickham and Brennley Brown
Harvest America 2017 is free & open to the public. The University of Phoenix Stadium charges $10 for car parking and $20 for bus parking.
Harvest America 2017 will be interpreted in Spanish. Signing for the deaf will be provided.
More than 400 Valley of the Sun area churches of a variety of denominations will be involved in Harvest America 2017. Some 7,000 volunteers will serve in a variety of capacities during the Harvest America outreach, from stage set-up to ushers to follow-up workers.
Founded in 1990 by Greg Laurie, pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship® in Riverside and Irvine, Calif., and Maui, Hawaii, the Harvest Crusade events have been attended by more than 7.6 million people worldwide, both in-person and via live Internet broadcasts. In 2012, a new nationwide simulcast called Harvest America was born, expanding the reach of the gospel even further. The 2016 Harvest America event, held at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, was live streamed to more than 7,200 remote host locations and drew a combined 357,000 participants, making it the largest one-day live evangelistic event in American history.
Harvest Crusades with Greg Laurie are not affiliated with any individual church or denomination. Instead, they are supported financially by hundreds of churches of various denominations and by thousands of individuals around the country.