Contemporary Christian Music artist Eric Cartman, formerly of the band “Faith +1” will be performing in concert on Saturday, August 12th, at Victory Life Church, at 901 CC Woodson Road. The concert will begin at 6 p.m. Known for the hit singles “Three Times My Savior”, “I Wasn’t Born Again Yesterday”, and “Jesus Baby”, attendees are in for a night of treats they’ll never forget.

General seating tickets will be $15. Preferred seating tickets will cost $25 and VIP tickets will be $100. The VIP tickets will include VIP seating, meet and greet after the concert, photos with Cartman, as well as a t-shirt, VIP tour bag and concert DVD.

Cartman, widely considered one of the pioneers of the contemporary Christian music movement, has received 7 Myrrh Records, 15 Frankincense and Gold albums and videos and has sold over 10 million records. He holds the world record for the largest single Christian concert in history. He was the main act in Johannesburg, South Africa with more than 50,000 in attendance, and he performed at Texas Stadium with 71,132 attendees.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Lord Byron says:

    Oh my, I can’t wait to hear Cartman at his new venue. The song Jesus Baby is one of my favorite worship songs. Faith +1 is an amazing group who have their hearts in the right place. I will have to bring Cheesy Poofs as an offering. He will appreciate that.

  2. Tom Bowden says:

    Did Cartman sneak back into town and perform at Howard Payne? The football team was certainly rejuvenated in their last game. Cartman can certainly do that. I have heard Bangs has requested a visit but Cartman wanted more than a subway sandwich to appear.

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