“Combo” Concert Tickets Entice Christian Music Fans

Written by Terry DeBoer on . Posted in Local

Selah 235Selah There are a couple of "super combo ticket" deals for Christian music concerts this fall that might make you want to scoop up your tickets early.

One of the specials is in effect only through July 28: a ticket for both the Thur. Oct. 13 Jeremy Camp concert at Kentwood Community Church and the Fri. Dec. 16 Christmas concert with the inspirational trio Selah in Christ Chapel at Cornerstone University is $36.
At press time, separate Jeremy Camp concert tickets were not yet on sale, but the combo pass is likely a savings over purchasing tickets separately. (Tickets for just the Selah concert are on sale at $19 general admission, $25 artist circle).


The other combo deal comes for a pair of October concerts coming to Community Reformed Church in Zeeland (10376 Felch St.).

Singer-songwriter Danny Gokey, a former "American Idol" finalist and voice behind the recent hit song "Tell Your Heart To Beat Again," performs at 6 p.m. Sun. Oct 2. See Gokey talk about the song online.

And a tour featuring the band Tenth Avenue North (with its forthcoming album "Followers") comes to the Zeeland church on Thur. Oct. 27.

You can get general admission seats for both concerts for $22.

Single general admission tickets for just the Gokey concert are $12 ($15 at the door). Individual tickets for the Tenth Avenue North concert have not yet gone on sale but are expected to cost around $15. (Hawk Nelson and Dan Bremnes join Tenth Avenue North on the Oct. 27 bill).

Both sets of the combo tickets can be purchased via www.itickets.com, or by phone at 800-965-9324.
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