Popular Christian singer and songwriter Josh Garrels will perform on the Taylor University campus on Friday, February 24, at 8:45 pm.
Garrels will be joined by John Mark McMillan as part of The Revelators Tour—an 11-stop concert tour throughout the east and Midwest.
Garrels is a Grammy-award nominated singer and songwriter who lives in Portland, Ore. His music has appeared on several television programs including The Ghost Whisperer (CBS) and Outside the Lines (ESPN). Garrels' 2011 album Love & War & the Sea In Between was named the number one album of 2011 by Christianity Today.
His hits include A Far Off Hope, Don’t Wait for Me, Farther Along, Slip Away, and Words Remain. Garrels has partnered with several nonprofit organizations including HOPE International, a microfinance initiative working in developing countries; Invisible Children, confronting the LRA in Northern Uganda; and Light Gives Heat, empowering Africans through encouraging economic sustainability and creative endeavors.
McMillan’s song How He Loves was nominated as the Dove Award Worship Song of the Year in 2010. Other hit songs include Future/Past, King of My Heart, No Country, and You Are The Avalanche. His song Borderland debuted at Number 1 on the iTunes Christian & Gospel chart and was on Billboard’s Top 200 last year.
Tickets are for sale online through the evening of February 23. Prices are $15.00 (students), $22.00 (faculty/staff), $25.00 (general admission), and $34.00 (VIP).
Remaining tickets will be sold at the doors the night of the concert, with each ticket increasing by $5.00. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.