John Brown University is hosting an evening of live music, fellowship and stories.
The concert features Brandon Heath, Nicole Nordman and Love and the Outcome.
Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for community members.
BLU Entertainment is promoting the event. They “exist to provide entertainment to both JBU students and the community,” according to their Facebook page. “[They] strive to foster an environment where connections are built through music and provide a venue for emerging student talent.”
According to Blu’s Facebook page, Nordman is “an artist who has helped define a generation of Christian music.”
Elizabeth Grumulaitis, a biblical and theological studies major, is very interested in attending. She is particularly interested in seeing Brandon Heath perform.
Grumulaitis was also greatly intrigued by the Feed the Children stamp on the poster.
“I am very interested in the organization behind the concert,” she said.
According to the Feed the Children website, the organization was founded over 35 years ago with the vision to, “create a world where no child goes to bed hungry.”
Blu’s Facebook page said od the Table Tour, “You won’t want to miss it!”
Tickets are for sale on itickets.com, and students will need to provide their ID number in order to receive the discounted price.
The concert will be hosted in The Cathedral of the Ozarks on Sunday, March 15 at 6:30 p.m. and doors open at 6 p.m.