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Kari Jobe announces "Majestic" Tour

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Dove award winning worship leader Kari Jobe has announced dates for the upcoming "Majestic Tour." The name of the tour coincides with the title of her third album, "Majestic," which was recorded live at the Majestic Theater in her hometown Dallas, TX last fall. The tour kicks off on February 27 in Minneapolis, MN. The Rend Collective will join Jobe on the ticket.

Majestic co-writers include Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, Reuben Morgan, Brian Johnson, Jason Ingram, Paul Baloche, her band mates along with a few others. These songs are new anthems of worship and very congregational.

"I wrote for this album for a solid two years and was able to co-write with some friends who absolutely have a heart to write for Church,” states Jobe. “I am very excited for these new songs. And I am really looking forward to the Majestic tour with Rend Collective. We are going to just have a crazy good time in God's presence and worshiping Him together."

The "Majestic" album will be released on March 25. Jobe was nominated for a Grammy for her sophomore album "Where I Find You" in 2013.

For more information about the Majestic Tour visit:

Kari Jobe's Majestic Tour Dates

2/27/2014 Minneapolis, MN Grace Church

2/28/2014 Chicago, IL Rosemont Theatre

3/2/2014 Toronto, ON Attwell Center at Catch the Fire Toronto

3/4/2014 Woodbridge, VA Hylton Memorial Chapel

3/6/2014 Boston, MA House of Blues

3/7/2014 New York City, NY Best Buy Theater

3/9/2014 Cleveland, OH Lakewood Civic Auditorium

3/11/2014 Memphis, TN First Assembly of God

3/13/2014 Birmingham, AL Gardendale First Baptist Church

3/14/2014 Atlanta, GA Mount Pisgah United Methodist Church

3/15/2014 Orlando, FL House of Blues

3/16/2014 Miami, FL The Fillmore - Jackie Gleason Theate


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