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Winter Jam - Christian music's largest annual tour is tonight in Greensboro

The Christian music spectacular that young and young-at-heart Believers wait eagerly for is coming to the Greensboro Coliseum tonight, February 6, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. The concert promoters are expecting a sell-out crowd. Just ten dollars at the door and all the concessions you could ask for will bring out music lovers despite the wintry mix weather in Greensboro.

Youth groups across the Triad are coming en masse to party with their brothers and sisters in Christ. Loud, driving beats as well as contemplative music to lift the soul and bring you closer to God are all part of this 44 city tour.

Go to Facebook and become a fan of this awesome tour featuring today's Christian music's hottest bands. Free posters as well as eight free iTunes downloads can be found at the Hearitfirst website.

The bands performing tonight include:

Parking is a problem, and if you have a large crowd going, get there early. For suggestions on navigating to the best seats look at the Greensboro Coliseum's special hints section.

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Comments

  • Sheila Siler 4 years ago

    My boys have enjoyed going to Winter Jam and I find it a cheap way to experience the concert environment. With ticket prices rising all the time, this is a good way to hear a variety of music and see what they like. Plus the fun of being with your friends is always a plus. As a parent I appreciate there being a "safe" yet fun place for my teens to go. Yeah Winter Jam!

  • Shannon 4 years ago

    Yay! I'm going!! Can't wait!!

  • Kim Oakes 4 years ago

    Great information. We didn't make it to Winter Jam, but we have gone for the past four years. The turn-out and the concert are always amazing.

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