The Music Builds Tour

One of the perks of Adam being a youth pastor is the fantastic events we get to attend with our students. This past Friday was a beautiful night...and we were off to the Music Builds Tour at the Virginia Beach Amphitheater with a bus full of students, parents and leaders. Not only was I excited about the concert itself, but a portion of the proceeds were given to the Hampton Roads Habitat for Humanity, which made the whole event even better!

I had never seen any of these bands live in concert, so I was really looking forward to hearing them all play.
First on was Jars of Clay...

and we had a chance to meet the band after their performance. Here's the lead singer, Dan Haseltine, up close and personal.Robert Randolph & the Family Band followed.
Their music was kind of like a jam session, pretty funky.Switchfoot was on next and their songs "Meant to Live" and "Ready to Move" were even better in person. This was a lot of the student's fave band for the night.Then, to close out the night, we heard from Third Day, whom I really liked. Adam was sad that they didn't play more of their older hits, but even their newer stuff is pretty great. So we definately enjoyed ourselves as did all the students and their families. Everyone was all a buzz on the bus ride home and even Sunday morning!

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