Hey Kutless Fans!

We are very excited to start our Fall Tour with Sidewalk Prophets and Above the Golden State, we will be visiting 19 cities and we hope to add a few more to the tour schedule.

For the first time we are going to be offering select cities at a 15% off discount! This is the only email reminder we will be sending out, however, we will be advertising which cities are 15% off on our Facebook page. If you haven’t joined our Facebook group, now is a great time to do that so you’ll know if your city will have this special offer! The 15% off will only last for 72 hours (Friday night – Sunday night).

The first cities to start off the 72 hour sale will be Macon, GA – 10/7/10 and New Bern, NC – 10/9/10. Please visit shop.kutless.com to purchase tickets.

We look forward to seeing you and appreciate your support and prayers!

Kutless Sales

10/7/10   – Macon, GA
10/9/10   – New Bern, NC
10/14/10 – Montgomery, AL
10/15/10 – Knoxville, TN
10/16/10 – Jekyll Island, GAFREE SHOW
10/17/10 – Orlando, FL
10/20/10 – Hammond, LA
10/21/10 – Sanger, TX
10/22/10 – Huntsville, TX
10/23/10 – Harlingen, TX – FREE SHOW
10/24/10 – San Antonio, TX
10/28/10 – Columbia, MD
10/29/10 – Pittsburgh, PA
10/30/10 – Johnson City, NY
10/31/10 – Grove City, OH
11/2/10   – Omaha, NE
11/3/10   – Ottumwa, IA
11/4/10   – Duluth, MN
11/5/10   – Brookefield, WI

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