The Roadshow embarks on its sixth annual tour in January 2014 with a new group of all-star musicians. Leading the night are Skillet, Third Day, Andy Mineo, Jamie Grace and Royal Tailor.
The tour follows the very successful 2012 “Roadshow” which was named one of Pollstar’s Top 50 Tours for Mid-Year 2012. Also included in the evening will be a diverse group of newer artists including Soulfire Revolution, We As Human, The Neverclaim and Vertical Church Band.
Noticeably absent from this year’s lineup is the tours’ founding band, MercyMe. “The Roadshow still remains our vision and baby, but we thought it was time for us to take a year off and allow other great bands like Skillet and Third Day to join in the fun,” said Bart Millard. “We know fans will continue to support The Roadshow with these great artists. And, don’t worry, we’ll be back on the tour again.”
This year all seats will be reserved and there will be three ways concertgoers can obtain their tickets. The traditional $10 at-the-door, in advance for $10 at the venue box office during regular hours, or $20 online or by phone. There will be no additional services fees for the tickets, making it an affordable event for the whole family. Tickets go on sale November 26 at 10 a.m. local time.
Compassion International and Grand Canyon University will again serve as this year’s sponsors for the tour. Compassion International is the world’s largest Christian child development organization serving more than 1.2 million children. Grand Canyon University, founded in 1949, is Arizona’s premier private Christian university offering traditional programs on its growing campus as well as online bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs.
The tour will launch on the west coast, kicking off in Sacramento on January 9. It will continue to 21 additional markets including Portland, Dallas, Phoenix, Las Vegas and more before concluding Feb. 16 in Salt Lake City, UT.
See the full list of markets The Roadshow will visit listed below, and be sure to stay tuned to www.theroadshowtour.com for the latest tour information.
|January 9||Sacramento, CA||Sleep Train Arena|
|January 10||Portland, OR||Moda Center|
|January 11||Spokane, WA||Spokane Arena|
|January 12||Tacoma, WA||Tacoma Dome|
|January 16||San Jose, CA||SAP Center|
|January 17||Anaheim, CA||Honda Center|
|January 18||Phoenix, AZ||US Airways Center|
|January 19||Las Cruces, NM||Pan American Center|
|January 24||Dallas, TX||American Airlines Center|
|January 26||Omaha, NE||Omaha Civic Auditorium|
|January 30||Madison, WI||Alliant Energy Center|
|January 31||Louisville, KY||KFC Yum Center|
|February 1||Ypsilanti, MI||EMU Convocation Center|
|February 6||Springfield, MO||JQH Arena|
|February 7||Mobile, AL||Mitchell Center|
|February 8||Bossier City, LA||CenturyLink Arena|
|February 9||Lubbock, TX||United Spirit Arena|
|February14||Fresno, CA||Save Mart Center|
|February15||Las Vegas, NV||Thomas & Mack Center|
|February16||Salt Lake City, UT||Maverick Cent|