Josh Garrels & John Mark McMillan

Center Stage Theater

Wednesday February 3, 2016

Doors 7 / Show 8 / All Ages

$29 GA - $45 VIP

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All Ages Welcome
• General Admission (first come, first served) seats and standing room floor
• Tickets available online via or without ticket fees in person at the Center Stage Box Office, M-F, 11-6. Online sales end at 5pm on day of show.

VIP experience includes: early entry at 6PM, group Q&A with Josh Garrels & John Mark McMillan before the show and an autographed poster.

JOSH GARRELS has spent more than a decade crafting music that cuts clean through. Resting in the space between accessibility and honesty, Garrels’ songs wrestle with and celebrate the mystery of faith with authenticity and heart. Cultivating a genre-blending mix of folk and hip hop, Garrels’ music explores themes of compassion, hope, longing, and liberation.

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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 and a poet’s eye for metaphor, no topic is off-limits: death and love; isolation and exultation; restlessness and silence. And always consistent – McMillan carries an ongoing dialogue with God, ever-wrestling for some kind of blessing and usually at volumes most suited for rock clubs. Last year he released Borderland, which debuted at No. 1 on the iTunes Christian and Gospel chart and was on Billboard’s Top 200 chart. His single “Future / Past” was nominated for the Gospel Music Association Dove Award’s “Worship Song of the Year,” and Relevant Magazine listed Borderland as one of the “Top Albums of 2014.” His follow-up album The Borderland Sessions was nominated for the Dove Awards’ “Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year” and featured special guest vocalists Bear Rinehart from NEEDTOBREATHE, Ray Dalton, known for his powerful vocals in Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ “Can’t Hold Us,” Kim Walker-Smith of Jesus Culture, Brady Toops, and his wife Sarah McMillan. John Mark & Sarah McMillan’s 2015 EP You Are The Avalanche debuted at #1 on the iTunes Christian & Gospel chart and peaked at #17 on the iTunes Overall Albums chart. On Oct. 23, McMillan released his debut live album and concert film titled Live at the Knight in partnership with Jesus Culture. The recording features special guest performances by Kim-Walker Smith, Bryan & Katie Torwalt, and Sarah McMillan.

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