US rock band THIRD DAY in Australia for Make A Difference tour

TICKETS are selling fast to World Vision’s Make a Difference Tour which headlines Platinum-selling, GRAMMY and Dove Award winning rock band THIRD DAY with special guests NEEDTOBREATHE and Australia’s Levi McGrath this February.

The tour marks THIRD DAY’S return to Australia after eight years and NEEDTOBREATHE’S first major tour of the country.

THIRD DAY front man Mac Powell said the band was excited to be touring Australia after almost a decade.

“We love playing for our Australians fans and we’re very proud to be supporting World Vision on this tour so that we can help change lives together,” Mr Powell said.

“We’re looking forward to sharing songs from our upcoming album Lead Us Back, which is available in March.”

World Vision Australia chief executive Tim Costello said this was a unique opportunity for Australians to hear these talented artists live in concert.

“THIRD DAY and NEEDTOBREATHE are high calibre artists and we’re very excited to have them here in Australia and to be able to share in the opportunity to help make a real difference to the lives of people around the world,” Mr Costello said.

NEEDTOBREATHE is nominated at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards in the category for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song, which will take place on Sunday 8 February (US time).

Tickets are still available but are selling fast.

Tour dates and venues

Wed 11/02 – Sydney – Hordern Pavilion

Thurs 12/02 – Canberra – Royal Theatre

Fri 13/02 – Melbourne – Festival Hall

Sat 14/02 – Adelaide – Adelaide Entertainment Centre Arena

Mon 16/02 – Perth – HBF Stadium

Wed 18/02 – Hobart – Derwent Entertainment Centre

Fri 20/02 – Brisbane – Riverstage

Sat 21/02 – Newcastle – Newcastle Entertainment Centre

Tour and ticket info www.makeadifferencetour.com.au.

*Tour dates, cities and venues subject to change without notice.

Source: World Vision Australia

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