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Skillet and Tauren Wells to headline 2022 Winter Jam tour

Theme “All Together Now” and $10 at the door admission welcomes fans to Van Andel Arena on February 18

Grand Rapids – Presented by NewSong Ministries with Premier Productions, Winter Jam, Christian Music’s biggest multi-artist tour, is back for 2022 with headliners Skillet and Tauren Wells and a solid lineup of acts. Sponsored by Compassion International and coupled with a $10 at the door donation, Winter Jam welcomes everyone to the “All Together Now” tour.

Skillet, best known for songs like “Whispers in the Dark,” “Hero” and “Monster,” joins the tour with new album “Dominion” set to drop January 14. Meanwhile, Tauren Wells is coming off his hit single “Famous for” winning Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year at the 2021 GMA Dove Music Awards.

“We are beyond excited to play Winter Jam again,” says John Cooper of Skillet. “Due to the times we are living in, I think Winter Jam will have more energy, more passion and will be more encouraging than ever before. We’ll be playing new songs from our upcoming record, Dominion, and some of the old fan favorites, too. We are ready, the fans are ready – let’s kick off 2022 as a year of victory instead of defeat!”

Winter Jam kicks off this year’s tour on January 7 in Charleston, WV. The tour is continuing its “no ticket required” policy with a $10 donation at the door. This year’s tour will hit a total of 41 cities around the country including Columbus, OH; Tampa, FL; Tulsa, OK; Columbia, SC; St. Louis, MO; Norfolk, VA; before its final stop on March 27 in Allen, TX. Winter Jam will stop in Grand Rapids at Van Andel Arena on Friday, February 18 at 7 p.m. Pre-jam starts at 6 p.m.

Other performers at this year’s tour include KB, Colton Dixon, I Am They and NewSong. Shane Pruitt will preach the gospel while Abby Robertson and Bayside Worship lead the pre-jam.

“I am so excited about getting back out on a full 41 city Winter Jam Tour with an amazing lineup,” says Eddie Carswell of NewSong. “After the last couple of years, we wanted to make sure everyone could come to these shows, so we went to just a $10 donation at the door. The heart of Winter Jam is to make it affordable for everyone. It’s all about the people getting together to hear the music and the message of Jesus.”

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