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Casting For A Tour

08:01 AM Tuesday 12/15/09 |   |

What do you do when your band comes off of a successful 41-city tour? If your band is Casting Crowns you turn right around and slot another 41 cities for February through May.

Yes, it’s another road trip for Casting Crowns as the five-time Dove Award winners continue their “Until The Whole World Hears” tour beginning Feb. 4 in Kansas City at the Sprint Center and ending May 1 in Grand Prairie, Texas, at the Air Hogs Minor League Baseball Stadium.

In between the tour’s start and stop dates look for the band to play Tulsa at the Spirit Bank Events Center Feb. 5; Baltimore at 1st Mariner Arena Feb. 18; Binghamton, N.Y., at the Broome County Arena Feb. 23; Pittsburgh at Mellon Arena Feb. 27; Baton Rouge at the River Center March 6; Des Moines at the First Federated Church Feb. 9 and Nacogdoches, Texas, at the William R. Johnson Coliseum Feb. 29.

Other cities on the schedule include Oklahoma City, Bossier City, Hershey, Huntsville, Sioux Falls, Greensboro, St. Paul and Dayton.

Special guest Caleb appears on all dates, while Kutless appears during February and March and Tenth Avenue North appears during April and May.

How successful was the fall tour? Casting Crowns experienced multiple sell-outs while the numbers depicted nearly 150,000 fans buying tickets. Meanwhile, the band’s latest album – Until The Whole World Hears – sold more than 167,000 its first week in stores, making the band the highest-debuting Christian group in Nielsen SoundScan history.

Christian humanitarian organization World Vision is sponsoring the tour. For more information, please click here for the Casting Crowns Web site and here for frontman Mark Hall’s Twitter page.


Comments

  1. DebKay wrote:

    08:53 AM, Dec 15, 2009

    Casting Crowns is a great band.  Their music is reflected in their lives. Definitely one of my favorite bands.  I saw them in concert at the California Mid-State Fair awhile back.  They have a great live show with lots of interaction with the crowd.   I highly recommend seeing them in concert when you get the chance.   I look forward to them coming back to the West Coast.  Glad to hear their tour continues!!



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