(NASHVILLE, Tennessee) — iShine LIVE!, a unique faith-based concert tour designed specifically for kids under the age of 13 and their families, will head back out on the road this fall, hitting at least 10 cities nationwide in October and November. The power-packed, high-energy 2-hour event will feature performances from Mission Six, The Rubyz and iShine newcomer Caroline Grace, formerly of the top-selling tween act PureNRG.

“The iShine LIVE! Tour is always something that I look forward to every year,” says Mission Six frontman Noah Hayden. “To get on stage and have a great time with kids just like me, is just always a really awesome time. It’s also truly humbling to be able to be a part of leading my generation in worship at the end of every show!”

In addition to featuring popular artists heard on Radio Disney, this year’s event will also integrate characters from the popular Saturday morning TBN series iShine KNECT, with Season 3 premiering in November.

“Over the last few touring seasons, it has been so fulfilling seeing the spiritual impact that iShine LIVE! has on kids at this critical age,” says Robert Beeson, iShine’s founder and Chief Creative Officer. “This year, with our growing television audience, we are excited to start to incorporate TV elements and characters into the live show.”

For tour dates and more information, visit www.ishinelive.com.

ABOUT iSHINE
iShine is a Christian media group dedicated to ministering to “tweens” and their families. iShine reaches today’s “tweens” through Biblically-based live concert events (iShineLIVE!), unique television programming seen weekly on TBN (iShine KNECT), iShine artist releases to CD and DVD, interactive websites and an entire line of books and Bibles all specifically designed to be relevant to this vital audience. For more information, visit iShine online at www.ishinelive.com and www.ishineministries.com.

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