NEWSBOYS EXTEND THEIR “GOD’S NOT DEAD TOUR,”
ANNOUNCE SPRING 2013 DATES
Newsboys want to continue to spread the word that God is certainly not dead! To do just that, this award-winning and chart-topping band announces they will extend their popular “God’s Not Dead Tour” to hit 30+ dates through this spring. The tour kicks off February 15 and runs through May 12.
This extension of the God’s Not Dead Tour will be held over two legs. Building 429 will appear with Newsboys on the first half, while the second half will feature Britt Nicole. All Things New and duo CAMPBELL will appear on all the spring dates.

Newsboys will also continue their high-demand VIP Experience during the entire tour. This special tour package allows fans a true “VIP” experience, which includes a pre-show entrance and priority check-in, an exclusive autograph session, as well as a Q&A event with the band. VIP Experience ticket holders also will receive collector’s edition merchandise, such as a collector’s edition laminate and band photo.
Over the course of their 2012 sellout tour, the Newsboys’ God’s Not Dead Tour has impacted thousands of lives, both locally and internationally, making it one of the most in-demand nights of worship, praise and celebration. This leg of the tour will again be sponsored by Compassion International, where more than 8,000 children were sponsored through last year’s partnership with the organization. 
As the band readies to dive into this spring leg of the tour, concertgoers can anticipate getting to hear many of the band’s biggest No. 1 hits, such as “God’s Not Dead,” “Born Again,” and their latest chart-topping hit, “Your Love Never Fails,” which has been No. 1 for six weeks in a row at Hot AC radio.
For tour interviews with Newsboys or for further information, please contact:
Merge PR, Stacie Vining
(615)260-4679
More dates are being added daily, so be sure to check for the latest updates at Newsboys.com and the tour’s official webpage at GodsNotDeadTour.com. Below is a highlight of the spring leg tour stops:
FEBRUARY
15 – Arvada, CO
16 – Artesia, NM
17
– Andrews, TX
19 – Farmington, NM
21 – Las Vegas, NV
22 – Oceanside, CA
23 – Bakersfield, CA
24 – Tuscon, AZ
MARCH
14 – Durham, NC
15 – Simpsonville, SC
16 – Knoxville, TN
17 – High Point, NC
22 – Miami, FL
APRIL
04 – Cordova, TN
05 – Wichita, KS
11 – Canton, OH
MAY
03
– Mobile, AL
10 – Centerville, OH
*Dates and supporting acts are subject to change
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