Grammy nominee Jeremy Camp comes to Dixie State University

ST. GEORGE — Dove Award winner and Grammy nominee Jeremy Camp will headline the Come Alive Tour this Fall, featuring special guests Kutless and Adam Cappa. The two-time male vocalist of the year will give fans another opportunity to experience his powerful live show when the tour comes to Dixie State University on Oct. 26.
For a dozen years now, Camp has been impacting audiences with the depth of his songs – and his voice. The highly anticipated tour, named for the current hit single on Camp’s latest album, Reckless, will make nearly 20 stops before it wraps up Nov. 22 in Houston, Texas.
“I want this to be a ministry night,” Camp said. “My whole heart for this tour is that people come to know Christ in a personal way.”
Top-selling modern rock/worship band Kutless is touring in support of their 2014 release, Glory, an original blend of congregational worship and atmospheric rock. Meanwhile, Indiana native Adam Cappa continues to garner praise for his 2012 debut, The Rescue, co-written and co-produced by Camp.
In addition to general admission options, a special VIP ticket package is being made available, including a pre-show meet & greet with all artists, a signed tour laminate, a photo op with the artists and early entry into the concert.
Concertgoers will also get a preview of some brand new music. Camp has promised to play a track from his upcoming 2015 release while on the road this fall.
Event details and resources
  • What: Jeremy Camp Come Alive Tour, Kutless and Adam Cappa
  • When: Sunday, Oct. 26, at 7 p.m.
  • Where: Cox Auditorium, Dixie State University, St. George, Utah
  • YouTube of Come Alive Tour preview
  • Tickets $22 advance purchase, $40 for VIP experience, including meet and greet
  • Jeremy Camp website
Come Alive Tour dates Fall 2014
  • Oct. 3 – Glens Falls New York | Glens Falls Civic Center
  • Oct. 4 – Reading, Pennsylvania | Santander Performing Arts Center
  • Oct. 5 – Shippensburg, Pennsylvania | Heiges Fieldhouse
  • Oct. 8 – Davenport, Iowa | Adler Theatre
  • Oct. 9 – Fargo, North Dakota | First Assembly of God Church
  • Oct. 10 – West Des Moines, Iowa| Lutheran Church of Hope
  • Oct. 11 – St. Paul, Minnesota | Maranatha Hall
  • Oct. 16 – Fayetteville, Arkansas | University Baptist Church
  • Oct. 18 – Enid, Oklahoma | Enid Event Center
  • Oct. 19 – Salina, Kansas | Bicentennial Center
  • Oct. 23 – Tucson, Arizona | Calvary Tucson
  • Oct. 24 – Redlands, California | The Packinghouse
  • Oct. 25 – Las Vegas, Nevada | Word of Life Christian Center
  • Oct. 26 – St. George, Utah | Cox Performing Arts Center
  • Oct. 30 – Central Point, Oregon | Lithia Motor Amphitheatre
  • Nov. 1 – Bend, Oregon | Christian Life Center
  • Nov. 2 – Lewiston, Idaho | Lewis Clark State College
  • Nov. 22 – Houston, Texas | Grace Community Church

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2 Comments

  • B. Nickle September 17, 2014 at 9:08 pm

    It is nice to see Christian bands coming to this Godless area.

  • tinker toys September 18, 2014 at 3:40 am

    I agree, some light comming to this dark state.

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