1/22/2014 11:03 A.M. ET
Joel Osteen to Bring Back "America's Night of Hope" to Yankee Stadium on June 7; General Public On-sale to Begin Saturday, January 25, at 10:00 a.m.
By / MLB.com
Today the Yankees announced that tickets for Joel Osteen's "America's Night of Hope" - on Saturday, June 7, at Yankee Stadium - will go on sale to the general public on Saturday, January 25, at 10:00 a.m., online at www.yankees.com, www.joelosteen.com and www.ticketmaster.com, via Ticketmaster phone at (800) 745-3000 and via Ticketmaster TDD at (800) 943-4327.
Yankees full- and partial-season ticket licensees, Yankees Universe members, Yankees Group Leaders and Yankees.com subscribers will have the opportunity to take part in a special pre-on-sale, the details of which can be found by clicking on "upcoming events" at www.yankees.com/events.
This will mark the second time that Osteen and his wife, Victoria, have hosted "America's Night of Hope" at the current Yankee Stadium. In April 2009, a near-capacity crowd took part in a celebration of faith in what was the first non-baseball event ever hosted at the venue.
"Victoria and I love the people of New York," said Pastor Joel Osteen. "We're excited to be at Yankee Stadium again, and we believe people will be uplifted and filled with an expectation that their best days are still to come."
Joel Osteen is the pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas - America's largest church with more than 52,000 weekly attendees and one of the nation's most racially and socioeconomically diverse. His weekly television program reaches more than 10 million households each week in the United States and is viewed by millions more in over 100 nations across the globe. He is the author of six #1 New York Times bestselling books which have combined to sell more than 22 million copies and have been translated into 19 different languages. Osteen's weekly podcast is a perennial top-ten on iTunes, and he has sold out more than 135 worship events in arenas and stadiums across the U.S. and abroad. He was recently cited as one of the most influential people on Twitter by the New York Times, and generates more than 1 billion impressions per month on Facebook and Twitter combined.
This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.