In its fifth year, the K-LOVE Fan Awards took place at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House on Sunday, May 28. For KING & COUNTRY made headlines when they won Artist of the Year, Group or Duo of the Year and Song of the Year for “Priceless,” proving their popularity with fans is far from waning.

Meanwhile, for the second consecutive year, Lauren Daigle and Danny Gokey were voted Female Artist and Male Artist of the Year, respectively. Fans voted newcomer Zach Williams’ massive hit, “Chain Breaker,” Breakout Single of the Year; and an emotional Big Daddy Weave accepted the honor for Worship Song of the Year for “The Lion and The Lamb.” The Case for Christ was awarded Film/TV Impact.

Both Jeremy Camp (“Word of Life”) and Matthew West (“Broken Things”), who co-hosted with Elisabeth Hasselbeck, treated fans to brand-new tunes from fresh albums slated to drop this fall.

For those unable to attend the awards show in Music City, for the first time, K-LOVE is bringing the fan-centric experience to 500 movie theaters nationwide at a one-night-only Fathom Event on June 13.

For more, visit klove.com or www.klovefanawards.com/ignite-hope.

                                                                                                —Lindsay Williams