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UNIVERSAL ORLANDO RESORT ANNOUNCES STELLAR 2012
ROCK THE UNIVERSE MUSIC LINE-UP

Florida’s Biggest Christian Music Festival Returns With Some of Christian Rock’s Hottest Bands, Featuring Performances
by Skillet, Newsboys, Switchfoot, Jeremy Camp and More

On September 7 and 8, some of the most exciting bands in Christian rock will come together for Rock the Universe 2012 at Universal Orlando Resort – Florida’s biggest Christian music festival.

This year’s line-up features some of the most popular names in Christian rock.  More than a dozen hit bands will take the stage, including Skillet – which was awarded a Billboard Music Award for “Top Christian Album” in 2011; four-time Grammy-nominated band Newsboys; rock group Switchfoot, which has sold millions of albums worldwide; and three-time Dove award winner Jeremy Camp. The full line-up is below.

ROCK THE UNIVERSE 2012 LINE-UP

Friday, September 7

Saturday, September 8

Skillet tobyMac
Newsboys Switchfoot
Jeremy Camp Relient K
for KING & COUNTRY Britt Nicole
Family Force 5 tenth avenue north
Robert Pierre Rhett Walker Band
Group 1 Crew Group 1 Crew
We As Human We As Human
Everfound Everfound

**Names in bold indicate headlining acts.

Guests will also enjoy an exciting FanZone presented by Coca-Cola including live music by up-and-coming acts Everfound and We As Human, autograph sessions with the bands, karaoke and band merchandise.  Guests will also experience a Saturday night candle lighting service featuring Tenth Avenue North, guest speakers and more.

Plus, guests will enjoy the thrilling attractions only found at Universal Studios Florida.  They can rock out to hit songs at 65 mph on Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, laugh along with America’s favorite animated family on The Simpsons Ride and speed through the darkness on the world’s first psychological thrill ride – Revenge of the Mummy.

For more details about Rock the Universe 2012, visit www.RocktheUniverse.com or call 1-866-RTU-INFO (1-866-788-4636).

Universal Orlando Resort

There are many ways to enjoy your Orlando vacation – but there is only one Universal Orlando Resort.  It is a completely separate destination featuring two theme parks, three magnificently themed on-site hotels and a nighttime entertainment complex.  It’s the only Orlando destination where you are not just entertained – you are part of the most exhilarating entertainment ever created. You can soar above Hogwarts with Harry Potter, swing above the streets with Spider-Man, battle aliens alongside Agent J, and help Shrek save Princess Fiona in Shrek 4-D.  You can be courageous, be outrageous – and be extraordinary.

Universal Orlando Resort is owned and operated by NBCUniversal, one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies.

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