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Winter Jam Hits Ground Running!

By January 5, 2015No Comments

The first weekend of Winter Jam 2015 Tour Spectacular welcomed a record-breaking number of people in Charleston, WV; Louisville, KY; and Grand Rapids, MI. Nearly 30,000 people attended the first three dates of Winter Jam 2015, about 1,295 more than the previous year’s concerts in the same cities.With temperatures dipping to 39 degrees midday in Charleston, the first date of the tour on Friday at Charleston Civic Center still greeted 11,039 people. The second evening on Saturday at Freedom Hall in Louisville offered warmer temperatures in the mid 60s and made room for 12,407 people. On the third day of Winter Jam on Sunday at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, 6,451 people braved frigid temperatures hovering in the mid 30s and accumulating snowfall. The wintery conditions may have kept many people from attending, but the total attendance for each night exceeded the previous year’s numbers.We don’t call it Winter Jam for nothing! So bundle up and get ready for a great evening of Winter Jam coming to city near you!There are 44 cities left on the tour that continues through March 29. For all the cities, dates and venue, go to or click HERE.This weekend, Winter Jam will roll into the sunny state and generally much warmer climate of Florida, stopping at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville on Friday; Amalie Arena in Tampa on Saturday, and BB&T Center in Sunrise on Sunday.Winter Jam is a $10-at-the-door event with 10 artists* including Skillet, Jeremy Camp, Francesca Battistelli, Building 429 and more!Jam Nation memberships are available in advance starting at $29.99 and offer benefits that include early admission and discounted merchandise. Get your Jam Nation membership today and get in early! Go to www.jamtour and click on Jam Nation for all the details.*Due to prior engagements, For King & Country will not be at the Winter Jam concerts in Fort Wayne, IN; Indianapolis, IN; Birmingham, AL and Memphis, TN.(Pictured above is Pre-Jam Party artist About A Mile standing in the snow in Grand Rapids, MI. Below is pictured Building 429 in concert during the first weekend of Winter Jam!)

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