It’s less than a week away from the worldwide release of Crowder‘s first-ever solo album, and now Neon Steeple available to stream for free today. The songs are available exclusively at iTunes Radio.

In support of Neon Steeple, Crowder will be headlining a tour this fall, which begins in Springfield, MO on Sept. 30. The tour will feature All Sons & Daughters, Capital Kings and Ellie Holcomb on special dates. See the dates below to find out when Crowder will perform in your city.

Sep 30 – Springfield, MO | Remington’s
Oct 1 – Chicago, IL | House of Blues
Oct 2 – Minneapolis, MN | University of Northwestern – St. Paul
Oct 4 – Cleveland, OH | Grace Church
Oct 5 – Indianapolis, IN | Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
Oct 6 – Charlotte, NC | Forest Hill Church
Oct 9 – Long Island, NY | The Space at Westbury
Oct 10 – Lancaster, PA | Lancaster Bible College
Oct 11 – Marriottsville (Baltimore), MD | Chapelgate Presbyterian Church
Oct 12 – Winchester, VA (DC) | Winchester Church of God
Oct 15 – Aiken (Augusta), SC | Millbrook Church
Oct 16 – Tallahassee, FL | City Church
Oct 17 – Orlando, FL | Northland Church
Oct 18 – Ft. Myers, FL | McGregor Baptist Church
Oct 19 – Jacksonville, FL | Christ’s Church
Oct 21 – Panama City, FL | Marina Civic Center
Oct 23 – San Antonio, TX | Floores Country Store
Oct 24 – Baton Rouge, LA | Greenwell Springs Church
Oct 25 – Houston, TX | Warehouse Live
Oct 26 – Tulsa, OK | First Baptist Church Broken Arrow
Oct 28 – Denver, CO | Paramount Theatre
Oct 30 – Phoenix, AZ | Sun Valley Community Church
Nov 1 – San Diego, CA | Skyline Church
Nov 2 – Irvine, CA | Mariners Church
Nov 4 – San Francisco, CA | Regency Ballroom
Nov 6 – Sacramento, CA | Bayside Church
Nov 7 – Portland, OR | Rolling Hills Community Church
Nov 8 – Seattle, WA | Showbox Sodo
Nov 9 – Bellingham, WA | Christ The King Community Church
Nov 13 – Dallas, TX | Crossroads Church
Nov 14 – Jackson, MS | Morrison Heights Baptist Church
Nov 15 – Atlanta, GA | The Tabernacle

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