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In this July 22, 2013 photograph, married musicians John Cooper, left, and Korey Cooper of the Christian rock band Skillet pose for a portrait inside of their home in Kenosha, Wis. Skillet released its eighth album “Rise,” this June _ coming off its best-selling album “Awake,” which went platinum after three years. (AP Photo/Scott Eisen)
Christian rock show coming to Maverik Center Feb. 16

A national touring show featuring nine — count ‘em — Christian rock acts will be landing in Utah in February.

The Roadshow 2014 will arrive Feb. 16 at the Maverik Center, 3200 S. Decker Lake Drive, West Valley City. It’s the last stop on the program’s 23-city tour, which runs through the West, Midwest and parts of the South.

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The headlining acts are:

Skillet, a Christian rock band fronted by husband-and-wife musicians John and Korey Cooper.

Third Day, a Christian rock band from Marietta, Ga.

Andy Mineo, a Christian hip-hop artist who formerly performed under the name C-Lite.

Jamie Grace, a contemporary Christian singer/rapper from Atlanta.

Royal Tailor, a contemporary Chrstian pop-rock band.

Also on the bill: Soulfire Revolution, We As Human, The Neverclaim and Vertical Church Band.

Tickets for the show go on sale Saturday, Oct. 26, online via the tour’s website or at the Maverik Center box office. Tickets are $10 at the box office, or $20 online.

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