More than 5,000 tickets have been sold in the first week of sales for the National Day of Prayer event at Wembley Stadium.
Matt Redman, Tim Hughes, Noel Robinson, Lara Martin, LZ7, Guvna B and Graham Kendrick are all confirmed to lead the crowds in worship throughout the day.
Christians from across the UK are expected to come to the event at Wembley on 29 September.
"The response has been really encouraging," said Dean Seddon, part of the Connect House Media team overseeing ticket enquiries.
"This is a once in a generation event and to see Christians getting involved now at the very beginning of ticket sales rather than waiting until the last minute has been a huge blessing."
Despite the strong start, NDOP organisers are not resting on their laurels. Their goal is to see the entire 90,000-capacity venue filled on the day.
In terms of the seating, it’s first come, first served, Seddon explains.
"This is an event not to be missed, but also because of the way we're allocating the tickets, the best seats are going first. So the first 30,000 are straight in front of the stage,” he said.
“We're encouraging people to get their bookings in as soon as possible to guarantee the best possible view."
Interest has come from Christians in Jersey in the south right up to Glasgow in the north and even from Indonesia.
The event is welcoming Christians of all denominations and traditions, and will run from 2pm to 6:30pm.
To book your tickets today call +44 800 756 5451 weekday 8:30am - 5pm weekdays or you can book your tickets securely online at www.ndopwembley.com