Celebrate Jesus Christ at Winter Jam

Melvonia Taylor, Staff Writer

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The Winter Jam Tour is coming to the Colonial Life Arena, Columbia on Feb. 26 at 6:45 p.m. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and admission is $10.

“It’s such an encouraging experience to be surrounded by so many other Christians around my age,” Rachel Chandler, a first-year speech language pathology major, said.

Winter Jam is a contemporary Christian concert that incorporates music, worship and testimonies. “It’s just an awesome way to worship God with great music and beautiful sermons,” Courtney Meadows, a first-year studio art major, said.

Winter Jam began as a single concert in Greenville, South Carolina with the idea of removing cost barriers so anyone could come worship Jesus Christ.

“My favorite part about Winter Jam is seeing everyone’s way of worship and being able to come together as a group of people who love Jesus Christ so much,” Logan Jordan, a first-year middle school education major, said.

The concert will feature the artists For King & Country, Matthew West, Crowder, Lauren Daigle, Red, NewSong, Sidewalk Prophets, Stars Go Dim, We are Messengers, Tony Nolan, KB, Tedashii and Trip Lee.

“I liked that I got to see a lot of different types of bands at the same time and place, which isn’t common for most concerts,” Bailey Dawkins, English education major, said.

Volunteers are admitted free-of-charge. To sign up for a volunteer position, go on the Winter Jam website and fill out the information. You must be 18 or older to apply.

 

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