Award-winning Christian rock tour coming to Lubbock Dec. 13 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Award-winning Christian rock tour coming to Lubbock Dec. 13

Provided by Don't Back Down Tour

This winter season is bringing with it more than cold weather. On Friday, December 13th, The Don't Back Down Tour, featuring Grammy-nominated Christian producer / recording artist Spec, two-time Dove award winning Christian artist Je'kob, national Christian recording artists Climbing Blind and 5ive, and internationally known Christian speaker Angelo Gonzalez, will arrive in Lubbock, TX, bringing along with it the warmth of Christian fellowship.

In addition to offering a range of Christian music, from urban hip-hop, to rap, to contemporary, the Don't Back Down Tour is centered on the theme of sacrifice and it's mission is to call people to take a stand for the teachings of Christ. Through the tour's music and the message, we are encouraged to look at the sacrifices of Christ and decide what sacrifices we are willing to make to live lives of love, to reach the hurting world we see around us.

Lubbock is the 8th stop on this 15 day tour that began in Joplin, MO and that will end in Quanah, TX. Friday's event is being sponsored by New Hope Church, located on 107th and Indiana Ave. Doors will open at 6:30 and the concert will start at 7:00 p.m. Tickets for the general public are $10 at the door, and youth group member tickets are $5.

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