Jars of Clay Headline Christian Rock Concert Creation Festival
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The last date listed for Jars of Clay: Creation Festival was Thursday October 29, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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Set against the backdrop of the San Gabriel Mountains, gorgeous Santa Anita Park is the perfect setting for an outdoor concert series. Settle in on the lawn or at tables, eat a home-prepared picnic meal or something delicious from the park, and take in a concert under the stars. California Philharmonic has a gorgeous series in store for this summer, including a concert of majestic film scores, a night of Western frontier music, and much more. Come early for pre-concert activities with the family. Or make it a date night and indulge in the gourmet dining and full bar offerings. With a state-of-the-art stage, jumbo video screens, and the masterful music of maestro Victor Vener and the Cal Phil, an evening at Santa Anita Park is must-do summer fun. Learn More
Jars of Clay has sold more than six million albums, won three Grammys, headlined thousands of sold-out shows and festivals, and successfully launched the Blood:Water Mission, a non-profit organization promoting clean blood and water in Africa. Since the band’s debut single, “Flood,” astonishingly topped both the mainstream and CCM charts, Jars of Clay has built an extraordinary career based on the uncompromising integrity of its music, worldview, and humanitarianism. Now, three years later, Jars of Clay returns with an album of shimmering, state-of-the-art pop that’s as sonically adventurous as it is sly and soulful: The Long Fall Back To Earth.
The September 2007 release of The Flame in All of Us looks to be that noticeable turning point for Thousand Foot Krutch, when the youthful hip-hop and alternative rock sensibilities uniquely coalesce into a more universal, sometimes pop-shaped framework to create a deeper, fuller experience for artist and listener alike. Indeed, there is a theme of unification throughout the new album beginning with its title and opening track, “The Flame in All of Us.” An ambitious rocker elevated by a stop-in-your-tracks chorus featuring strings and a softer melody, it illuminates the idea that everyone was created to figure out his and her reason for being on this earth amidst all its tragedies and triumphs.