Baylor University and Premier Productions Partner with GRAMMY® Nominee Kari Jobe for Highly Anticipated The Garden TourAug. 1, 2017
WACO, Texas (Aug. 1, 2017) – Baylor University and the largest producer of live Christian events, Premier Productions, are partnering with worship leader Kari Jobe for The Garden Tour, with special guest Cody Carnes.
The concert will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 26, in Waco Hall, 624 Speight Ave. Tickets for The Garden Tour – the namesake of Jobe’s most recent album – are available now at www.baylor.edu/tickets.
“This fall tour is extra special for me because my husband, Cody Carnes, will be opening the evening playing new songs from his album that will be released very soon," Jobe said. “There are lots of exciting things in store for this tour.”
A continuation of the heart behind her album, The Garden Tour will provide an opportunity for worship and exploration of hope amid tragedy through the image of a garden.
“The Garden Spring Tour was so incredible. We have heard numerous stories of God doing miracles in people’s emotions and hearts. It’s been such a sweet journey writing, recording and now leading these songs live on tour,” Jobe said. “I can’t wait to be in more cities this fall to continue to see all that God wants to do in people’s lives that come.”
For more information about tickets, contact the Bill Daniel Student Center Ticket Office at 254-710-3210. For more information about the concert, contact Waco Hall at 254-710-2910 or email email@example.com.
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