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We are excited to bring Britt Nicole to Spokane for a concert to benefit A Child’s Hope Spokane!

Born Brittany Nicole Waddell on August 2, 1984, half an hour north of Charlotte in Kappapolis, North Carolina, family members will tell you she came into the world singing. As a bubbly and borderline bossy three-year-old, BRITT NICOLE started singing in her grandfather’s church in Charlotte, eventually becoming a staple in the church’s daily local TV ministry, singing gospel songs in a trio with older brother and now pastor, Bryn, and cousin, Candace. Even as a 7-year-old processing her parents’ divorce (which she would later write about in her songs “Don’t Worry Now” and “All This Time,” the latter went to No. 1), her talent was undeniable and presence electric.

In 2007, her debut album Say It peaked at No. 40 on Billboard’s Christian Albums chart and her single “You” became the 12th most-played song on Christian Radio that year, soon followed by “Sunshine Girl” which was featured on MTV’s popular reality series “Newport Harbor,” and in 2008, “Set the World on Fire” was released as the third and final US single from Say It.

Britt soon after released “The Lost Get Found”, the title track to her sophomore studio album The Lost Get Found, both of which peaked at No. 1 on Christian radio and on the Billboard Christian Albums chart in 2009 (also No. 62 on Billboard 200), followed by her second EP Acoustic, in 2010.

Then, 2011 came with a GMA Dove Award nomination for Female Vocalist of the Year. Britt released the single “All This Time,” which spent eight consecutive weeks on Christian pop radio ahead of the release of its album, Gold, in March 2012, a year she would soon watch turn into a record year.

In December 2012, Britt signed to Capitol Records and released “Gold” as her debut single for pop radio and married producer, writer and now manager, Joshua Crosby. With a re-release of Gold in April 2013, she found her mega hit in movies like Twentieth Century Fox’s “The Other Woman” starring Cameron Diaz, ultimately landing Britt her first Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album for Gold and her first headlining tour (“You’re Worth More Than Gold Tour”).

Britt has prioritized maintaining a connection with her fans, reading their stories, hearing their hearts, and allowing their stories to play a key part in shaping her hits like “Gold”  “A lot of girls come up to me with their heads down [at my shows], and I can just tell that they’re feeling broken” she says, hoping that they arrive feeling one way “but leave feeling like there’s hope.” That’s the big picture for the Britt.

When she’s not working on her music, she stays active physically— hiking, running, finger-scrolling through Instagram, and creatively— designing her new apparel and merchandise. Additionally, Britt always looks for ways to further expose the human trafficking epidemic and continues to commit her resources to the rescue efforts of victims through partnerships with organizations on the front lines of the cause, like the A21 Campaign. Outdoor activities, hamburgers and family cuddle sessions fill up her days off.

Britt currently resides in Nashville and on the road.

Click HERE to purchase your tickets to the Britt Nicole Benefit Concert.

Ticket Prices:

VIP Tickets – $45 per person 

Early entry at 5:15 PM with a meet & greet with Britt Nicole at 5:30 PM

Early Entry GA – $30 per person 

Regular Entry GA – $20 per person

Group Rates:  Purchase 10 or more tickets for $15 per person

Regular Entry Tickets at the Door: $20 per person

All seating is general admission.

Tickets may be purchased at the door for $25 each.