TobyMac to headline Winter Jam Tour in Augusta

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TobyMac will headline the Winter Jam Tour Spectacular on Valentine’s Day in Augusta, the tour announced on Tuesday.


The top Christian concert tour, which stops in 44 cities starting this fall, also features Matthew West, Jamie Grace, Sidewalk Prophets and Royal Tailor, speaker Nick Hall, and a pre-jam party with Jason Castro, OBB and Capital Kings.

The show begins at James Brown Arena at 7 p.m. Feb. 14. As always, Winter Jam costs $10 at the door. No tickets are required.

Five-time Grammy-award winner TobyMac’s fifth and latest solo project, Eye On It, entered the Billboard Top 200 chart at No.1, a first for a Christian act in 15 years. In 2012 he celebrated his eighth-consecutive Grammy nomination.

The concert series was founded and is hosted by NewSong, a contemporary Christian music mainstay with 17 albums to their name. Winter Jam celebrates its 18th year this winter.

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Crime Reports and Rewards TV 10/30/12 - 06:04 pm
The BEST entertainment value of the year.

This is NOT your mommas choir practice. This is the tightest most professional entertainment in the world. Ask billboard or any other music pro. The Latter Rain AKA Christian Rock is better than any other music currently being made which is why it keeps landing on top of the charts wherever people are allowed to hear it. Be there or be Square and you can bring your kids. 2 birds 1 stone... ha hahaha

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