On Saturday, tens of thousands will gather at Marlins Park in Miami for “America’s Night of Hope” with Joel and Victoria Osteen.
Miami was selected from among several finalist cities for the annual signature stadium event, which will draw tens of thousands from across the nation for an evening of celebration and hope. This year marks the fifth annual event, with prior events being held at Yankee Stadium, Dodger Stadium, U.S. Cellular Field and Nationals Park last year.
Over 100,000 fill arenas and stadiums across America annually, and millions more tune in from around the world to hear Pastor Joel and Victoria Osteen—voices of hope for a new generation.
“We are pleased to welcome Pastors Joel and Victoria Osteen and ‘America’s Night of Hope’ to Miami,” Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado says. “We pray not only will attendees find uplifting hope and unity in the message they hear that evening and throughout the week with the Generation Hope Project, but that visitors will enjoy the many cultural tastes and sounds of Miami.”
“Victoria and I love the people of Miami,” Pastor Joel Osteen comments. “We’re excited to come to this beautiful city again and bring our signature event here. I believe people will be uplifted and filled with an expectation that their best days are still out in front of them.”
During the two days prior to the event, Generation Hope Project will bring together young adults who are passionate about making an impact. Generation Hope Project seeks to change circumstances of despair and disappointment through acts of kindness and compassion. Through Joel Osteen Ministries' efforts, these young adults will contribute their time as volunteers to organizations throughout Miami-Dade communities.