Newsboys Announce Fall Dates For ‘God’s Not Dead Tour’ with Building 429, Luminate

Before they wrapped the spring leg of their highly successful 60-city God’s Not Dead Tour, Newsboys announced the extension of the tour through the fall of 2012. Hitting 35+ cities across the U.S., the fall leg of this much sought after tour will kick off September 20th in Johnson City, TN and wrap in San Antonio, TX on November 18th.
Joining Newsboys on the fall leg will be Building 429 (Provident Label Group) and Luminate (Sparrow/EMI). Compassion International will continue their highly successful partnership with Newsboys in raising awareness and sponsorships for children overseas during the tour.
Over the course of the sellout tour this past spring, the Newsboys’ God’s Not Dead Tour impacted thousands of lives, both locally and internationally, making it one of the most in-demand nights of worship, praise and celebration. Nearly 5,000 children were sponsored through the partnership with Compassion International, while 3,200 people pledged to be “Second to One” through I am Second. Testimonies poured in following each show, and thousands more indicated their desire to give their lives to Christ after hearing a message of hope from evangelist Bob Lenz of Life Promotions.
As they ready for the fall tour, Newsboys continue to perform this summer at festivals and one-off dates, performing many of their biggest No. 1 hits such as “God’s Not Dead” and “Born Again.” Fans will also be able to hear “Your Love Never Fails,” Newsboys’ next radio single going for adds date at Christian radio the end of August.
More dates are being added to the fall leg of the God’s Not Dead Tour. Be sure to check for the latest updates at Newsboys.com and the tour’s official webpage at GodsNotDeadTour.com.
Check our Concert Calendar at: https://www.christianactivities.com/calendar for tour dates

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