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It’s Time To ‘Make A Difference’

10:01 AM Thursday 5/13/10 | |

A best-selling author and three of the top acts in Christian music – tobyMac, Michael W. Smith and Third Day – join forces for an outing beginning late September in Ohio.

The “Make A Difference Tour 2010” aslo features author Max Lucado, whose upcoming book – Outlive Your Life: You Were Made To make A Difference – inspired the themes that will be embodied in the 20-city run.

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    Dove Awards, Grand Ole Opry House, Nashville, Tenn.
    April 21, 2010

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Produced by AEG Live and sponsored by international humanitarian agency World Vision, the tour begins in Youngstown, Ohio, at the Covelli Center Sept. 30. Other stops include Alpharetta, Ga., at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park Oct. 2; Austin at the Frank Erwin Center Oct. 7; Lafayette, La., at the Canjundome Oct. 9; Bakersfield, Calif., at Rabobank Arena Oct. 15 and Green Bay at the Resch Center Oct. 28 before wrapping in Fayetteville, N.C., at the Crown Coliseum Oct. 30.

“Partnering with World Vision, tobyMac, Michael and Third Day is a real privilege and pleasure,” Lucado said. “None of us can help everyone, but all of us can help someone. And when we serve the poor, we serve God. Who would want to miss a chance to do that?”

Tickets go on sale first to World Vision supporters and artist fan clubs June 11 and to the general public beginning June 18. For more information, click here for the “Make A Difference Tour” website.


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