Rock and Worship Roadshow Revealed
As promised, I thought I would share more information about the Rock and Worship Roadshow headed to Oklahoma. The concert featuring several contemporary Christian recording artists is slated for 7 p.m. Thursday at downtown Oklahoma City’s Ford Center, and then move on to Tulsa’s BOK Center on Saturday. Cost is $10 at the door.
Here are some facts you should know:
1. This is the second annual roadshow. Last year, more than 170,000 fans attended the Rock and Worship Roadshow at cities across the country.
2. The roadshow was created by MercyMe (pictured). “We are so excited to be back for this tour with such an incredible group of artists. We’re going to have a great time,” MercyMe’s Bart Millard said in a news release.
3. The tour is dedicated to a charitable purpose. The tour hopes to help children with juvenile diabetes through “Imagine a Cure,” a nonprofit organization that raises awareness. Also the concert hopes to raise awareness about Compassion International, a Christian child advocacy ministry.
4. Sidewalk Prophets and Remedy Drive will perform 40 minutes before the show’s scheduled start in both Oklahoma City and Tulsa. That’s incentive to get there early.
And just in case you forgot, here’s the lineup for the roadshow: MercyMe, the David Crowder Band, Family Force Five, Fee, Francesca Battistelli, Remedy Drive and Sidewalk Prophets.
For more information, visit www.rockandworshiproadshow.com.
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