Featuring Special Guests Francesca Battistelli and Adam Cappa

BEC Recordings’ artist Jeremy Camp will be begin his second leg of his headlining tour “We Cry Out” starting this weekend in Illinois and concluding in May in Michigan. This tour follows the highly successful 29-city run last fall and will again feature reigning GMA Artist of the Year Francesca Battistelli as well as special guest Adam Cappa.
The “We Cry Out” Tour takes its name from Camp’s acclaimed worship album, We Cry Out: The Worship Project, which generated three recent No. 1 radio hits, including “The Way,” “Jesus Saves” and “Overcome.” Concert audiences will hear Camp perform these favorites along with other chart-toppers like “I Still Believe,” “Take You Back,” “Walk By Faith” and “There Will Be A Day,”
among others.

“It was great to be able to share the worship project with audiences last fall,” shares Camp. “I’m really excited to bring the next leg of this tour to our fans and share the stage again with my extremely talented friends Francesca Battistelli and Adam Cappa. I look forward to some great nights of
music and worship together.”

The “We Cry Out Tour” will also feature a limited number of VIP tickets at select dates. The VIP package includes a Q&A with the artists, a signed tour poster, early entry into the show, and a three-song EP exclusive to VIP ticket holders. Information on all tickets is available at

JEREMY CAMP: Over his stellar 10 year career, Camp has established himself with these landmark accolades: over three million albums sold, Four RIAA Gold-selling studio albums including his debut album; One RIAA Multi-Platinum long-form video; 25 No. 1 Radio Hits across all formats; GRAMMY® nominated project for his album Speaking Louder Than Before; Billboard’s No. 3 Christian Artist of the Decade including five songs in the Top 50 Billboard Christian Songs of the Decade; Four ASCAP Songwriter of the Year awards; ASCAP Song of the Year award; Five Dove awards including two-time Male Vocalist of the Year. Jeremy is a Compassion International artist.

FRANCESCA BATTISTELLI: Fervent Records’ Francesca Battistelli is the Dove Award reigning “Artist Of The Year” and “Female Vocalist Of The Year.” These accolades come on the heels of the successful release of Battistelli’s sophomore album Hundred More Years, which debuted at No. 1 on the Christian Album Chart and No. 16 on Billboard’s Top 200 Chart. Hundred More Years released to rave reviews and is the follow-up to her debut My Paper Heart, which delivered the smash No. 1 single “Free To Be Me” and hit singles “It’s Your Life,” “I’m Letting Go” and “Beautiful, Beautiful.” With over 430,000 albums sold to date, Battistelli has become the best-selling new artist in the genre in the past eight years. To date Battistelli has earned a GRAMMY® nomination (“Best Gospel Song Performance”), five Dove Awards and 15 Dove Award nominations. For additional information on Francesca Battistelli, please visit
ADAM CAPPA: A vocalist, guitarist, performer, young songwriter and communicator through and through, Adam Cappa – a 25-year-old young man who has just finished his third album along with mentor and labelmate Jeremy Camp – is ready to share his story. It all started when Adam, reared Catholic with no knowledge of Christian music, got involved with Young Life after accepting Christ as a sophomore in high school. Fast-forward a few years and two independent records, Cappa has now teamed up with BEC Recordings to release his label debut The Rescue on March 13. For more information, please visit

WE CRY OUT TOUR (dates subject to change without notice)
2/24 Naperville, IL
2/25 Valparaiso, IN
2/26 Carbondale, IL
3/15 Hiawassee, GA
3/23 Boca Raton, FL
3/29 Omaha, NE
4/19 Memphis, TN
4/21 Tifton, GA
4/22 Boaz, AL
4/24 Ashland, KY
4/26 Portland, ME
4/27 Seekonk, MA
4/28 Orrington, ME
4/29 Marlton, NJ
5/3 Quincy, IL
5/4 St. Louis, MO
5/5 Ft. Wayne, IN
5/6 Grand Rapids, MI
E Women Dates
3/2 Tulsa, Ok
3/16 Greenville, SC
3/30 Cape Girardeau
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