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Outcry Summer 2016 Tour Comes To Honda Center Aug. 29

May. 2, 2016

Following a capacity-crowd concert tour run in May, OUTCRY announced dates and the line-up for the OUTCRY: Summer 2016 Tour, which champions, represents and promotes the local church: the Bride of Christ. The 15-city tour makes a stop at Honda Center on August 29.

The tour will highlight the creativity, heart and mission of the local church. Featuring a unique combination of artists and worship leaders, OUTCRY: Summer 2016 Tour provides the concert-goer with a rare opportunity to see this group of artists together on one stage including Hillsong Worship, Kari Jobe, Rend Collective, Housefires, Urban Rescue and Chad Veach. More artists to be announced soon.

Tickets go on sale Friday, May 6 at 12:00 PM and can be purchased via www.Ticketmaster.com, Ticketmaster retail outlets, or by phone at 800-745-3000. Tickets will also be available at the Honda Center Box Office beginning Saturday, May 7 at 10:00 AM.

“We had such an amazing first tour, and there was part of me that wondered if the second time out would be as powerful. But God blew us all away in April. He moved powerfully each night, and always had something special for each city we went into,” said Ryan Romeo, Creative Director of OUTCRY. “I am full of hope and anticipation for our August run. I believe God has something new and powerful for every city we enter. This tour we saw 5,000 people saved and over 6,000 children sponsored and I believe we are going to see even more this August!”

"It's hard to describe how amazing it is to finally see this dream become a reality," said Shane Quick, co-owner, Premier Productions. "We planned the first OUTCRY tour for five years and last year we witnessed tens of thousands of people worshipping in a beautiful way. We continued the vision into the spring of 2016 and now we are so blessed to be able to offer OUTCRY again this summer. This tour is nothing short of miraculous. It is a beautiful picture of what God is doing through the local church, worldwide.”