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The MUSIC WITH A MISSION TOUR is back, continuing to spread positive messages
throughout communities far and wide. Yogi Allgood and Scott Andrews, from veteran
artist management firm Outerloop Management, have once again teamed up with Mark
Claassen, owner of Elite Talent Agency, to announce a dynamic line up of passionate
artists, such as: Family Force Five, Disciple, Da’ T.R.U.T.H, Icon For Hire, Bread of
Stone and Willet.

2012 marks the second straight year that the MUSIC WITH A MISSION TOUR will
combine the musical talent of some of today’s biggest Christian artists, with prominent
Christian organizations to engage a variety of music fans. The MUSIC WITH A
MISSION TOUR and its partners will espouse the value of helping those less fortunate
through charitable community outreach, fundraising for donations and spreading positive
messages.

Partnering with organizations such as CURE, Hello Somebody, The Hungerstrike,
NewReleaseTuesday.com and iTickets, the MUSIC WITH A MISSION TOUR will take
the strength of local communities and spread awareness about meaningful issues, such as
hydrocephalus, a medical condition in which there is an abnormal accumulation of
cerebrospinal fluid in the brain. September has been designated National Hydrocephalus
Awareness month, coinciding with the launch of the tour.

“All of us in Family Force 5 hold it as the utmost priority that our music, concerts, and
experiences with fans transcend the traditional role of art. We are honored and excited to
partner with Music with a Mission and CURE in this inspirational, life-giving tour, and
we look forward to collectively joining voices with the crowd to tell hydrocephalus to get
on outta here.”

Family Force Five
“We are excited that Music With A Mission and CURE are partnering up with Hello
Somebody to help raise awareness for some of our campaigns this fall. For every VIP
sold on this tour, a portion of the proceeds will go towards our initiatives in Uganda.
Our hope is that the lives of many families who live in underdeveloped communities will
be impacted by our efforts on this tour. Hello Somebody is proud to be a partner on a
tour that is truly ‘more than just another concert.’”

Ben Pirtle (Founder) and Manny Martinez (Co-Founder) of Hello Somebody.
The MUSIC WITH A MISSION TOUR continues to prove itself as an established event
that empowers artists to become role models and amplify the messages of the charitable
organizations, providing concertgoers with an experience unlike any other. The MUSIC
WITH A MISSION TOUR engages the community by inspiring fans to support great
causes while enjoying their favorite artists.
For tickets and more information, please visit www.MusicWithAMissionTour.com

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