Dove Award-winning band Tenth Avenue North will play a post-game concert presented by Prasco on Saturday, Sept. 8 following the Cincinnati Reds vs. San Diego Padres game (4:10 p.m.) at Great American Ball Park.
All fans with a ticket to the game will be able to stay and enjoy the concert, along with testimonials from Reds players. Fans can move to any available seat for concert viewing following the game.
Game tickets start as low as $12 and can be purchased at reds.com/FaithDay.
Churches, youth organizations and other groups of 15 or more can receive special savings off regular ticket prices. For more information, call Reds Group Sales at (513) 765-7600 or email@example.com.
Cincinnati Reds Post-Game Faith Concert presented by Prasco
- Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018
- Free post-game concert featuring Tenth Avenue North
- Immediately following the Reds vs. San Diego Padres game (4:10 p.m.)
About Tenth Avenue North:
Spreading truth and leading people to life is exactly what the members of Tenth Avenue North have been doing since launching the band during their college days in West Palm Beach, Florida.
The group made its national debut in 2008 on Reunion Records with Over and Underneath, which spawned the hits “Love is Here,” “By Your Side” and “Hold My Heart.” Tenth Avenue North won the Gospel Music Association Dove Award in 2009 for New Artist of the Year and in 2010 “By Your Side” was named Song of the Year.
The band gained further momentum with 2010’s The Light Meets the Dark and The Struggle in 2012 which continued to populate radio and the church with such memorable songs as “Healing Begins,” “You Are More,” “Losing” and “Worn.”
The Dove Award-winning band’s fourth studio album, aptly titled Cathedrals, is a collection of well-crafted songs that inspire community, encourage accountability and celebrate the fact we are not alone.
Lead vocalist Mike Donehey, drummer Jason Jamison, bassist Ruben Juarez, keyboardist Brendon Shirley and guitarist Jeff Owen have forged a unique sound that has made them one of the Christian music’s most successful young bands.
But for Tenth Avenue North, it’s never been about awards and industry accolades, but about reaching people with the truth.