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Crowder's Neon Steeple Tour • All Sons & Daughters and Capital Kings
Showbox SoDo
  • Nov 08
  • 7:00 PM
  • All Ages
  • $25-$40

Crowder's Neon Steeple Tour is coming to Seattle November 8th, 2014 with special guests All Sons & Daughters and Capital Kings.

Neon Steeple signifies the start of a new chapter for former front-man of the David Crowder* Band, David Crowder. Fans can expect more of what they have always loved about Crowder through the years – the songs, the worship, musical innovation – and now they get to be a part of a new beginning. Crowder’s debut album, Neon Steeple, is now set to release in May 27, 2014.

All Sons & Daughters, a Dove Award nominated modern folk group that has music lovers worldwide captivated, and talented pop electronic rap duo, Capital Kings, will kick off what is sure to be a musically diverse evening.

Join SPIRIT for this once in a lifetime show filled with worship and joy! See you there!

*All purchased tickets for the original April show will remain valid and will be honored at the door. If you are unavailable to attend the show on the new date, refunds will be available at point of purchase if necessary until February 3, 2014. Please email tickets@4dtixx.com or call 855-443-8499 with any questions.

 

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