‘A Week Away’ Star Kevin Quinn Joins Megawatt Winter Jam Lineup

‘A Week Away’ Star Kevin Quinn Joins Megawatt Winter Jam Lineup

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Christian music’s premiere multi-artist annual outing, the Winter Jam Tour Spectacular, welcomes acclaimed actor and recording artist Kevin Quinn to its 2020 lineup. Star of the highly anticipated “A Week Away: The Musical,” Quinn treats Winter Jam audiences to a medley of songs from the summer camp-themed film, which is slated for release later this year.

Helmed by GRAMMY®-nominated singer/songwriter and Winter Jam fan favorite Crowder, the tour is highlighted by a worship set from international chart-toppers Hillsong Young & Free in 25 cities, with renowned worshippers Passion and acclaimed pastor/author/speaker and Passion Movement founder Louie Giglio featured on all other dates. Winter Jam 2020 also showcases Reach Records hip-hop recording artist and producer Andy Mineo; Dove Award-winning pop hitmakers Building 429; GRAMMY®-nominated rockers RED; Dove Award-nominated singer/songwriter Austin French; GRAMMY®-nominated Winter Jam creators and tour hosts, NewSong; and Dare2Share speakers Greg Stier and Zane Black.

Additionally, the PreJam opening set features 2019 New Artist of the Year Dove Award nominee Riley Clemmons and singer/songwriter and evangelist Ballenger, as well as emerging hip-hop recording artist Zauntee.

“The scale of Winter Jam is beyond anything I could’ve ever expected,” Quinn shares. “I’m so thrilled to be on stage representing a film which I’ve put both my heart and soul into bringing to life, as well as doing its lead character justice. I sincerely hope ‘A Week Away’ changes people’s lives, similarly to the way it did mine. With Winter Jam’s immense influence and amazing audiences, I think we’ll be able to accomplish just that.”

The 42-city tour kicked-off January 10 at Jacksonville, Florida’s VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena and is slated to hit Chicago’s Sears Centre Arena; State Farm Arena in Atlanta; Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena; Oklahoma City’s Chesapeake Energy Arena; Kansas City, Missouri’s Sprint Center; and PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina, among numerous other leading venues around the country, before concluding March 29 at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland.

Hallmarked annually by its musical diversity, central focus on the Gospel, and a “no ticket required”/$15 donation at the door, Winter Jam is produced by Premier Productions and sponsored in part by Holt International, Liberty University, “A Week Away: The Musical” and Destiny Rescue.

Credit: Gospelmusic.org

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