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Anomaly Tour Comes to a Close in Atlanta!

By November 20, 2014No Comments

With just one more sold-out concert remaining in Lecrae’s back yard of Atlanta on Friday night, The Anomaly Tour is wrapping up its 30-city run in style.

More than 70,000 people attended this historic tour – the largest Christian music tour to date by rap/hip hop artists – Lecrae, Andy Mineo and DJ Promote. The tour sold out all the VIP and Deluxe tickets in advance, as well as selling out 10 of the 30 venues across the nation.

With dozens of national spotlights and local highlights on radio, televisio, print and online media, as well as thousands of hits on social media, The Anomaly Tour could be safely declared a phenomenal success. The tour crashed through barriers of race, culture, status, religious denomination and economics with the plain Gospel message. The audiences were diverse crowds of young and old; educated and working class; as well as people from every color and creed. The artists used a multi-media experience of music, lights, video clips and more to tell their stories of redemption through Jesus Christ.

If you were one of the 70,000+ people in attendance, thank you for joining us on The Anomaly Tour! If you missed this tour, never fear. You have not seen the last of these young Christian men.

Photo courtesy of Brad Moore


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