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Mark Schultz and Point Of Grace will be hitting the road together for the first time ever on the 30-city “Come Alive” fall tour. Featuring the fan’s favorite songs spanning each artist’s celebrated career, Mark Schultz will also be playing new songs from his highly anticipated, fifth studio album, Come Alive (in stores Aug. 25), and Point Of Grace will be playing songs from its current, critically acclaimed, How You Live.
The tour kicks off September 10 in Decatur, IL, and will travel across the nation, hitting Nashville, Cleveland, Jacksonville, Worcester and many more. Tickets are on sale in select markets beginning this week, and music fans are collectively purchasing tickets by the thousands.
The press release quotes Marion, IL promoter Ken Anderson, WBVN-FM (Marion, IL) program director, after tickets went on sale Friday: “We sold so many tickets in the first two hours after tickets went on sale this morning that we had to open up a second concert!” Anderson added a matinee performance in Marion Sept. 12 at the Marion Cultural and Civic Center.
“People were waiting outside the offices this morning when we came to work at 6:30!” continues Anderson. “We have produced over 125 events and I have never seen the kind of energy and excitement that Mark Schultz and Point Of Grace bring to our Civic Center…Extraordinary is the right word for what Mark brings to this community of believers time after time. With the addition of Point Of Grace, another favorite of our audience, this tour offers so much for people that attend that I think it’s a partnership unrivaled in all the concerts we have produced over the 20 years.”
For all the latest tour dates, visit Mark Schultz’s website or Point of Grace’s website.
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