Music Events

Whether he’s on stage bringing an audience to its feet with his riveting performance or off stage fielding interview questions with a potent combination of intellect and wit, it’s obvious Andy Mineo is a born communicator and hip hop music is his instrument for reaching the masses. “It is absolutely undeniable that hip hop is becoming the universal language,” Mineo says expressing an unbridled enthusiasm for his artistic vehicle. “It’s so influential because you are able to say so much in a short period of time. The essence of hip hop is the boldness of it so you’re able to be exactly who you are. You are able to say exactly what you want. You represent exactly what is deepest and dearest to you and people respond to that. They respond to that realness.” Read More

Right now I am learning to steward and shepherd my platform as a rapper. His idea of success is wrapped up in the act of obedience. He says that “being faithful and obedient to what God has asked of you whether in Beverly Hills or Ethiopia” determines success. KB hopes that his role on the Reach Records team will be that of a leading thinker. “I want to be someone people can look up to and trust as a deliverer of truth. If I can accomplish that, I will have been successful.” Read More

Links

- Andy Mineo's website
- KB's website

Andy Mineo
feat. KB
September 19
8 p.m.
Vines Center

Student GA: $5 in advance
Public GA: $7 in advance
Floor: SOLD OUT

To purchase tickets, click the "Tickets" tab above. For ticketing questions, call 434-582-SEAT.


Andrew Belle is a Chicago based singer-songwriter. He released his debut album, The Ladder, in 2010 and its follow up, Black Bear, in 2013. Along with these albums, Andrew has self-released two EPs, All Those Pretty Lights and The Daylight. While Andrew’s early vocal performances have drawn comparisons to Mat Kearney and Greg Laswell, his newest work shows strong musical influence from alternative artists such as Beach House, Washed Out, M83, and Bon Iver. Read More

Links

- Andrew Belle's website

Andrew Belle
w/ Special Guest Rob Estevez
September 26
8:30 p.m.
LaHaye Event Space

- FREE for Liberty University students
- $5 for the public

To reserve or purchase tickets, click the "Tickets" tab above. For ticketing questions, call 434-582-SEAT.


Music lovers worldwide are captivated, swept up in the surging wave of modern folk as heard in the likes of Mumford and Sons, The Avett Brothers, Neon Trees, The Civil Wars and others. Organic, acoustic and packed with live energy and freedom, it's the unpolished imperfection and open invitation to sing along that has catapulted these artists into the spotlight and up the charts. For All Sons & Daughters' Leslie Jordan and David Leonard, these qualities are even more keenly experienced in music that connects broken people with their God. Read More

Links

- All Sons & Daughters' website

All Sons & Daughters
October 7
7:30 p.m.
LaHaye Event Space

- Students: $7 in advance
- Public: $10 in advance

To purchase tickets, click the "Tickets" tab above. For ticketing questions, call 434-582-SEAT.


Indelible Grace Music grew out of ministering to college students, primarily through Reformed University Fellowship (RUF). As these students began to taste more of the depth of the gospel and the richness of the hymn tradition, many began to join the music of their culture with the words of our forefathers (and mothers!), and a movement was born. Read More

Links

- Indelible Grace's website

Indelible Grace
October 14
8 p.m.
LaHaye Event Space

Free concert! Tickets for this show must be picked up in the Student Activities Office or at the Ticket Office; max 2 tickets per person.


John Mark McMillan is something of an anomaly. From the very beginning of his career, nearly a decade ago, his music has defied easy categorization. A singer-songwriter as interested in musical exploration as lyrical exploration, McMillan carved his own path from the outset—with an ear for melody with a poet’s eye for metaphor—no topic was off-limits: death and love; isolation and exultation; restlessness and silence. Read More

Links

- John Mark McMillan's websitehttp://www.johnmarkmcmillan.com/

John Mark McMillan
October 30
8 p.m.
LaHaye Event Space

- Students: $5 in advance
- Public: $7 in advance

To purchase tickets, click the "Tickets" tab above. For ticketing questions, call 434-582-SEAT.


Whether delivering a soulful ballad or a beat-soaked dance track, Britt strikes a stunning balance between vulnerability and self-assurance all throughout Gold. Not only evidence of her gift for crafting intensely relatable lyrics, that emotional complexity is a testament to her strength and honesty as a songwriter. Read More

Carrying a name that evokes substance and a sense of purpose, for KING & COUNTRY make their debut with music that more than lives up to their clever moniker. Enveloping their insightful lyrics in a sea of ear-grabbing melodies, brothers Joel and Luke have forged a distinctive sound that has earned them an enthusiastic fan base as well as the respect of industry professionals who keep tapping their music for use in high profile TV shows. Read More

Links

Britt Nicole's website
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 for KING & COUNTRY's website

Britt Nicole & for KING & COUNTRY
November 7
8 p.m.
Vines Center

Student GA: $10 in advance
Public GA: $12 in advance
Floor: $15 in advance

To purchase tickets, click the "Tickets" tab above. For ticketing questions, call 434-582-SEAT.

 

Campus Artist Series


Campus Artist Series consists of a talk show style interview to expose the artist and their inspirations and finishes with the stage performance. The event usually consists of two to three acts. The event is always free and welcomes all Liberty students! If you are interested in performing, please contact us. You can email us at studentactivities@liberty.edu or call us at (434) 592-3061.

Campus Artist Series
featuring: Dylan Vestal, Tom Szoch, and Harrison Mead
September 25
8 p.m.
LaHaye Event Space

  • October 16
  • November 18

Open Mic Night


Come to the LaHaye Event Space prepared for a good time - whether you want to perform or just watch! Sign-ups will begin at the beginning of the event and will continue throughout the evening depending on the number of performers. From music, poetry, interpretive movement, and comedy, the stage is open on the following Monday nights just for you! Please remember that all artists must provide their own instruments and materials for the night.

Guidelines

  • If using a track being played from an iPod, phone, etc., the track must be downloaded to the device. We are unable to stream tracks from iTunes Match, Spotify, etc. due to internet connectivity and buffering times.
  • We are unable to play CDs.

All Open Mics start at 8 p.m. in the LaHaye Event Space unless otherwise noted

 

  • October 6
  • October 20
  • November 3
  • November 17