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SoulFest, New England, To Feature Big Names In Christian Music, Including Hillsong Live, Chris Tomlin, Newsboys, Skillet, Audio Adrenaline And More, July 31- August 3 [Full Line-Up]


SoulFest 2013 begins today, July 31, and runs until August 3 at Gunstock Mountain Resort in Gilford, New Hampshire. It is New England's premier social justice and Christian music festival and is set to feature big names such as Hillsong Live, Chris Tomlin, Newsboys, Skillet, The City Harmonic, for King & Country, Plumb, Audio Adrenaline, Sanctus Real and much more.

This year's festival features more than 125 national and regional artists and speakers on just 5 stages.

Additional performers include:


Jars Of Clay


The Wrecking

Manic Drive

Bread Of Stones

Peter Furler


Rhett Walker Band

Jason Dunn

Jason Upton

Jason Harrod

Christopher Williams

Rachel Taylor

Sean Forrest


Phone Calls From Home

Andy Needham Band

United Night of Worship

Exiting The Fall


Project 86

Ascend The Hill

Ana Sapphira


War Of Ages

Letter To The Exiles

Andy Mineo

My Epic


Bobby Bishop & Lukus Simari

The Violet Burning

We As Human

Jeff Paquette


Nine Lashes

The Ember Days

Chasing Cooper

St. Theodore



Scarlet Fade

The Walking Tree

Gabe Smith Pop Culture Icon

Nu Life

Big Kettle Drum

I Am Clay



Walking Unity

D Pight

Steve Taylor And The Perfect Foil

Aaron Gillespie

Justin McRoberts

Lainey Wright

Pointe Blank

Alanna Story

Come On Pilgrim

Chelsea Amber

Lisa Gallant Seal Band



Tom Conlon

Beauty 4 Ashes

Brant Christopher

Michal Pritzl

Paul Phillips

The Lost Dogs


Shayne Holland

Hannah Dawber

Tom Colon

Scott Musick (from The Call)

Jim Trick

PW Gopal

Courtney Reid

Ramona Silver

Brother Sam Slideshow

Aaron Thomas

Rise And Run

Christopher Duffley

Speakers and additional workshops will feature John Fischer, Nicole Bromley, Steve Taylor, Kate Blaine, Michael Pritzl, Aaron Gillespie, Jim Trick, Arwyn Jackson, Andrew Schwab, Eric Samuel Timm, Propaganda, Brittany Hudson, Michelle Rogers Pritzl, Matthew Dickerson, Dale Kuehne, Justin McRoberts, Nate Parks, Rob Strong, Craig Jandoli, Maggie Sachse-Skidd, Chad Moses, Chris Macintosh, Shawn Sommerkamp, Anna Goodworth, Bryan Kemper, Janel Blood and Brandon Ricks.

In addition to hundreds of performances, the festival also features activities for all ages such as the mountain lift and skatepark, activities for kids such as children ministry and arts & crafts, devotions of faith and much more. Multi-day tickets currently cost $85 for children and $150 for adults. Three days passes cost $125, Weekend Passes cost $95 and Single Day passes cost $50 ($45 for seniors). Evening tickets alone cost $45 and offer admission after 6 p.m. on a chosen day. All tickets must be picked up at the gate during the festival.

For more information on the festival visit their website.

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