“Rock & Worship Roadshow” 2013 Lineup to Feature MercyMe, Jeremy Camp, Tedashii, Kutless, Family Force 5, Luminate, Adam Cappa, Rhett Walker Band & Tim Timmons
The popular tour returns to the road February 7 – March 10, 2013
The “Rock & Worship Roadshow” embarks on its fifth annual tour this spring with a new group of all-star musicians including MercyMe, Jeremy Camp, Tedashii, Kutless, Family Force 5, Luminate, Adam Cappa, Rhett Walker Band and Tim Timmons. This tour follows the very successful 2012 “Roadshow” which was named one ofPollstar‘s Top 50 Tours for Mid-Year 2012.
Compassion International and Grand Canyon University will serve as this year’s sponsors for the tour. Compassion International is the world’s largest Christian child development organization and is returning after sponsoring the 2012 “Rock & Worship Roadshow.” Also returning as a sponsor is Grand Canyon University. The university was founded in 1949 and is Arizona’s premier private Christian university.
Launching Feb. 7 in Madison, WI, the tour will make stops in markets including Indianapolis, Dallas, Phoenix, Portland, Seattle and Sacramento, before concluding Mar. 10 in Fresno, CA.
Admission for the show will remain, as in years past, at just $10.00 and will be available for at-the-door purchase. See the full list of markets the “Rock & Worship Roadshow” will visit listed below, and be sure to stay tuned towww.rockandworshiproadshow.com for the latest tour information.
2013 Rock & Worship Roadshow Tour Dates
(*Dates Subject to Change)

Feb 7 – Alliant Energy Center, Madison, WI
Feb 8 – Van Andle Arena, Grand Rapids, MI
Feb 9 – Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN
Feb 10 – Von Braun Arena, Huntsville, AL
Feb 14 – JQH Arena, Springfield, MO
Feb 15 – American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
Feb 16 – Mobile Civic Center, Mobile, AL
Feb 17 – River Center, Baton Rouge, LA
Feb 21 – World Arena, Colorado Springs, CO
Feb 22 – Energy Solutions Arena, Salt Lake City, UT
Feb 23 – US Airways Center, Phoenix, AZ
Feb 24 – Citizens Bank Arena, Ontario, CA
Feb 28 – Taco Bell Arena, Boise, ID
Mar 1 – Rose Garden Arena, Portland, OR
Mar 2 – Key Arena, Seattle, WA
Mar 3 – Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA
Mar 8 – HP Pavilion, San Jose, CA
Mar 9 – Sleep Train Arena, Sacramento, CA
Mar 10 – Savemart Center, Fresno, CA


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