TOBYMAC to join headliners
at RevGen 2010!!

Photo of Toby Mac performing at RevGen

New this year –
E.R.A.C.E. All-Star Jam
to close the festival on
Sunday Night!

Don’t miss this exciting jam which will include:
TobyMac, Natalie Grant, Mary Mary,
Tommy Sims, Robert Randolph, Marc Broussard
Phil Keaggy, Bernard Harris and more!

Other artists include:

SATURDAY LINE-UP: Skillet, The Devil Wears Prada, Fireflight, Dustin Kensrue, Kutless, The Almost, Brandon Heath, The Afters, BarlowGirl, August Burns Red, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, Britt Nicole, Oh, Sleeper, Robbie Seay Band, Sleeping Giant, Impending Doom, Paul Colman, A Plea for Purging, The Ember Days, The Crimson Armada, Advent, Station 153, Texas in July

SUNDAY LINE-UP: Anberlin, Toby Mac, Relient K, The O.C. Supertones, Shawn McDonald, Mae, Superchick, Emery, Phil Keaggy, Josh Wilson, The Glorious Unseen, Mychildren Mybride, Phil Wickham, Steve Jenks, Showbread, The Ember Days, Bernard Harris, Nothing More, Between The Trees, Tal & Acacia, Oceans in Love, Ascend the Hill, RUNAWAY, I Am Alpha and Omega

SPECIAL GUESTS: Eric Samuel Timm, Exhibitions from Skateboarder Tim Byrne, Outcast BMX, BFC Skaters

Tickets prices have been held at the lowest cost if ordered before Wednesday, July 7th!


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