Rocking acoustically


Switchfoot front man Jon Foreman played for a sold out crowd of 650 people At a sold-out show in the LaHaye Event Space Saturday night, Feb. 28, lead singer Jon Foreman of the acclaimed alternative rock band Switchfoot unplugged from his conventional electronic elements for a more intimate, acoustic concert. …

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Trip Lee in concert

Performance — Trip Lee has previously performed at Liberty with rapper Tedashi and is now touring for his “Rise” album with KB. Photo credit: Courtney Russo

Rapper and author will visit Liberty University Thursday, Feb. 5 Acclaimed rapper, author, pastor and Brag Ministry founder, William Lee Barefield III, known by his stage name Trip Lee, will be performing at Liberty University Feb. 5 at 8 p.m. in the LaHaye Event Space. This will be his fourth …

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Concert brings laughter and song


Michael Tate and Brad Stine shared the stage Sunday at Thomas Road Baptist Church with music and comedy Christian comedian Brad Stine and Liberty alumnus and contemporary Christian artist Michael Tait shared the stage Sunday, Aug. 25, at Thomas Road Baptist Church for a night filled with hearty laughter and …

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‘The Struggle’ tour comes to Liberty


A line stretched from the door of the Vines Center all the way across to the DeMoss Hall bus stop Friday, April 12, as College for a Weekend (CFAW) participants and Liberty students prepared to see the latest Liberty University Student Activities concert, featuring Tenth Avenue North.

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NeedtoBreathe to play at Vines

NeedtoBreathe will be playing at the Vines Center April 23 as part of the nationwide Reckoning Tour. NeedtoBreathe is a four-piece band that started in 2000 and is signed to Atlantic Records. With four records under their belt, the group has sold out shows and garnered attention from major outlets …

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SA to host ‘God’s Not Dead’ tour

Newsboys return — Well-seasoned and well-known Christian band the Newsboys will take to the Vines Center stage, March 24, in the “God’s Not Dead” tour. Other bands will include The City Harmonics, Abandon and Anthem Lights. Photo credit: Alex Towers, TRBC

The Christian rock group, Newsboys, will bring their signature sound to the Vines Center at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 24, as part of Compassion International’s “God’s Not Dead” tour. “We’re very excited to be hosting their new ‘God’s Not Dead’ tour,” Student Activities (SA) Promotions Manager Stephanie Ward wrote in …

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Euphoric euphonium

Sweet music — Musician David Stern visited Liberty, Feb. 27 for a private concert. Photo provided

Acclaimed musician performs for small crowd During his visit to Liberty University, Dr. David Stern performed a euphonium and trombone recital to a small crowd in the Oldham Recital Auditorium on Monday, Feb. 27. Dr. Kevin Chiarizzio, an associate professor of brass and music education at Liberty, introduced Stern as …

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Redvolution kicks off

Screaming fans, electric guitars and spiky-haired rock stars are not typical components of the college application process. But for some prospective Liberty University students, their road to college may begin at the REDvolution! 2012 concert tour. This new recruitment tactic employed by Liberty University features several Christian rock bands, including …

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7 Tour brings DCB career to completion

The David Crowder Band says goodbye in a farewell tour featuring Gungor, Chris August and John Mark McMillan Hours before the doors opened to the 7 Tour’s Lynchburg concert, students, College for a Weekend (CFAW) visitors and Virginia residents gathered together to brace the cold, eagerly awaiting their favorite bands …

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Anberlin rocks Vines

Ending with an encore — The Vines Center filled with cheering students as Anberlin preformed in  a self-titled concert, Sept. 23.  Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

The large crowd outside the Vines Center is extremely restless. Some of them have been waiting since 1:30 p.m. to obtain premium seats or standing space. Others have just arrived, tickets in hand, waiting for the huge metal doors to finally open like they were supposed to do at 7 …

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