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Third Day Fourth Hour

Third Day / Fourth Hour at Geneva College

Thursday, March 24
Sponsored by Geneva College Admissions

This event is now SOLD OUT!

Third Day is coming to Geneva College on its 40-city Make Your Move Tour and you’re invited to Third Day, Fourth Hour – a student focused event!

Third Day is one of the most popular, award-winning Christian rock bands in the country. Since its major-label debut in 1997, this band from Marietta, Ga. has earned 27 number one singles and sold over seven million albums. Its 24 career GMA Dove Awards include 2001 Artist of the Year and 2009 Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year. Third Day has also received four Grammy Awards, an American Music Award and multiple ASCAP honors for songwriting.

Accompanying Third Day are opening act Tenth Avenue North and special guest Trevor Morgan.

We would like to invite YOU to a very special admissions event before the show! The cost is only $21/person and includes:

  • An insider’s view of Geneva College
  • A ticket to the concert
  • Reserved Concert Seating
  • High energy activities
  • Pizza
  • Giveaways

Sign-in is at 4:15 p.m. Event begins at 4:30 p.m. at the Student Center in Skye Lounge.

Important Information

  • Purchased tickets will not be mailed. They will be distributed during the Third Day, Fourth Hour event.
  • Individuals must attend the entire event in order to receive their ticket.
  • Identification is required to pick up tickets.

If you have any questions about the event, please call the admissions office at 800-847-8255 or admissions@geneva.edu.

Want to spend more time with us? Attend our Discovery Day before the Third Day, Fourth Hour – a student focused event on March 24 at 11 a.m. A discovery day is an opportunity for you to experience Geneva! Come take a tour, meet with a professor, and experience a class. To register online, click here.



 

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