Raise hearts in praise at Theatre Dublin with the Worship & Wisdom concert series! Fill your soul with Contemporary Christian music from popular artists in an intimate setting. Celebrate inspirational nights of music, worship and storytelling throughout the year with the entire family.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 14 AT 6 PM | PURCHASE TICKETS NOW!
Building 429 is an American Christian rock band that gained critical acclaim after its release of their 2004 debut album. They are known for delivering lyrically-driven, anthemic hit songs with a consistent message of hope along with high-energy concerts in sold-out venues internationally. The band received a 2013 GRAMMY® nomination for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album for We Won’t Be Shaken, which debuted at No.1 on Billboard’s Christian Albums chart and launched the title track to No. 1 at radio.
Labeled a powerhouse voice intent on “making a difference in people’s lives,” singer-songwriter JJ Weeks formed the JJ Weeks Band in 2001. The band went on to release seven acclaimed, full-length albums that sparked the Billboard Top 10 radio hits “What Kind of Love” and “Let Them See You,” as well as songs that have been featured on the official soundtracks for both the high-profile films God’s Not Dead and Four Blood Moons.
General Admission is $20 and the doors open at 5:30 PM. Groups of 10 or more pay $10 per ticket. VIP Tickets to enter at 5 PM for meet and greet with snacks are $35.
Worship & Wisdom is a ministry that facilitates Contemporary Christian concerts in the Dublin GA and Laurens County area. Worship & Wisdom is a community worship group that is not affiliated with any specific church or ministry in the area. The 2022 concert series events are being held at Theatre Dublin to provide an intimate setting perfect for wisdom and worship.
For more information about tickets for the Worship & Wisdom concert series and other quality programming, or to reserve the theatre for an event, please visit Theatre Dublin or call 478-277-5074. Concessions will be available for purchase, and all proceeds from concession sales benefit future programming at Theatre Dublin.
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