NEWSBOYS’ GOD’S NOT DEAD TOUR NOW IN FULL SWING WITH SELLOUT SHOWS!
Band Has 28th No. 1 Radio Single With “God’s Not Dead,” At Top For 4th Week In A Row;
Newsboys Receive 3 Dove Award Nominations,
Announced Today

Following the release of their highly acclaimed rock worship project, GRAMMY-nominated and Dove Award-winning Christian rock band Newsboys is currently headlining their biggest tour yet, the “God’s Not Dead Tour.” Running through May 6th and hitting over 60 markets across the U.S., the tour, already in full swing, has had numerous shows sell out! The tour is presented by Compassion International, continuing their partnership with Newsboys to raise awareness for child sponsorships.
A special VIP Pre-Show Meet & Greet Experience is held nightly on the tour with a portion of its proceeds going to support Compassion International’s child trafficking initiatives. Other major sponsors supporting the tour are I Am Second and Interstate Batteries. The tour dates for the “God’s Not Dead Tour” are listed below, but be sure to visit the tour’s official webpage at GodsNotDeadTour.com for the most updated information.
With their latest radio single, “God’s Not Dead (Like A Lion),” Newsboys have taken the top spot on Billboard‘s CHR charts now for four weeks in a row. The hit song, the debut from their latest project God’s Not Dead (Inpop Records), is being heard on hundreds of stations across the country as well as quickly climbing up Billboard‘s AC Indicator, National Audience and AC Monitored radio charts.
In addition, Newsboys just received three Dove nominations for the upcoming 43rd Annual GMA Dove Awards. The band is nominated for Best Rock/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year for “Born Again,” as well as for Short Form Music Video of the Year for “Miracles.” Michael Tait was involved with a collaboration of artists for The Story, which is nominated for Special Event Album of the Year. The ceremony will be held in Atlanta on April 19th.

For further media inquiries about Newsboys, please contact:
Stacie Vining of Merge PR
Stacie@Mergepr.com
(615)260-4679
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Newsboys’ God’s Not Dead Tour Dates remaining:*
February 23 – Anaheim, CA
February 24 – Redlands, CA
February 25 – Fresno, CA
February 26 – Bakersfield, CA
March 01 – Colorado Springs, CO
March 02 – Farmington, NM
March 03 – Lubbock, TX
March 04 – Woodward, OK
March 09 – New Bern, NC
March 10 – Myrtle Beach, SC
March 11 – Huntington, WV
March 15 – Joplin, MO
March 16 – St. Charles, IL
March 17 – Quincy, IL
March 18 – Boaz, AL
March 22 – Barre, VT
March 23 – Blakely, PA
March 24 – Lynchburg, VA
March 25 – Hopkinsville, KY
March 28 – Yankton, SD
March 29 – Indianola, IA
March 30 – North Platte, NE
March 31 – Spencer, IA
April 01 – Bourbonnais, IL
April 03 – Park City, KS
April 05 – Edna, TX
April 06 – Pharr, TX
April 12 – Estero/Ft. Myers, FL
April 13 – Clearwater, FL
April 14 – Valdosta, GA
April 15 – Jacksonville, FL
April 16 – Vero Beach, FL
April 21 – Springfield, OH
April 22 – Wabash, IN
April 24 – Glen Falls, NY
April 26 – Knoxville, TN
April 27 – Evansville, IN
April 28 – Charlottesville, VA
April 29 – Reading, PA
May 03 – Menasha, WI
May 04 – Oak Creek, WI
May 05 – Flint, MI
May 06 – Williamsburg, VA
*Dates and supporting acts are subject to change. For the most updated tour schedule, please visit Newsboys.com.

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