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Jesus Rally
This summer marks 40 years since Jesus was on the cover of Time Magazine highlighting the Jesus Revolution.

In celebration of the Jesus Movement, we’ll host our own Jesus Rally featuring many of the groundbreaking artists from that time: Barry McGuire, Randy Stonehill, Daniel Amos, Resurrection Band, Phil Keaggy, E Band, Classic Petra and more! Keep an eye on our website for updates.

Free Download With Your Ticket Order
Early Access Tickets are almost gone, so act fast and get your tickets before prices go up on February 1st.

All orders placed now through January 31st will receive a free download of a new song from the latest addition to our line up, The Wiitala Brothers. To get a preview of the song Run Rabbit Run, check out the video here.

Bands! Want To Play Cornerstone?
Send in your submissions to the Cornerstone Artist Showcase! You could get a guaranteed spot on Main Stage or the Artist Showcase stage.

For complete details contact us at artistshowcase@cornerstonefestival.com, but hurry, these spots will go fast!

Voting Starts February 1st
Get your mouse ready, voting for the New Band Showcase starts February 1st.

And bands remember, you can enter any time until the contest ends on May 2.

Volunteer Registration Opens February 1st
Thinking about making a difference this summer?

Volunteer Registration opens February 1st, so please consider lending a helping hand this summer.

Fix Your Phone, Support Cornerstone
Break the glass on your iPhone? Need a case for your smartphone? Head on over to Big Shoulder Devices and use code CSTONE when you checkout and support Cornerstone with your purchase.

Thanks and I hope to see you this summer,
John Herrin
Cornerstone Festival Director

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