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Christian rock show rolls to Dallas

Christian rock show rolls to Dallas

By Tanner McCord
Staff Writer

Tonight at the American Airline Center here in Dallas the Rock and Worship Road show was held for the fourth year in a row. For just ten dollars, you could enjoy the likes of Christian rapper LaCrae and big names like Tenth Avenue North and Mercy Me.

The AAC held a sell out crowd tonight, holding 18,000 people and there were more outside waiting to get in to the show. The new Dart Train brought hundreds of people in to enjoy the light shows, friends, and most importantly, the message brought by the music. The show was very successful and will be returning next year and hopefully for years to come.
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