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Chris Tomlin Concert w/Special Guests Louie Giglio and Kari Jobe


Join the Geneva community for the Chris Tomlin “Burning Lights” concert, featuring special guests Louie Giglio and Kari Jobe.

Live at the Consol Energy Center

1001 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Saturday, February 23, 2013
7 p.m.

A limited number of discounted tickets are still available, contact

    In January 2013, a limited supply of tickets discounted to $13 will be available to current Geneva students through the Student Programs Office. These tickets must be purchased in the Student Programs Office and a current student ID is required. Student Programs will also provide bus transportation to and from the concert. Details are available from Director of the Office of Student Programs Ryan Holt.

    Find out more about Chris Tomlin and the guest artists >>

    This concert is a production of Generation: Exodus and sponsored by Geneva College.


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