The Story Tour - A Christmas Celebration - Greensboro, NC 2012

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Where: Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC
When: November 24, 2012
Starts: 6:00PM
Doors Open: 5:00PM


On Sale: Now


Ticket Prices:
(Additional fees will apply.)
VIP (limited number): $75.00
Gold Circle: $40.00
Advance: $25.00 / Door: $30.00

Group Tickets:
Groups 10+: $20.00
Groups of 10 or more receive 1 free ticket!
Group Mail Order:  Make checks payable and mail to: Greensboro Coliseum Group Sales, PO Box 5447, Greensboro, NC  27435. Enclose a $1 per ticket handling fee.
Group Sales Information: Call 336-373-2632

Purchase Tickets:
Ticket Outlets: The Greensboro Coliseum Box Office and all Ticketmaster outlets.

For More Information: Call 336-373-7474 or



 The Story Tour will be a celebration of the Christmas season, featuring your favorite Christmas songs as well as a presenting a theatrical journey from Genesis to Revelation!

It all began with two award-winning authors. Randy Frazee, who is senior minister at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, and Max Lucado, who has more than 100 million products in print, partnered with Zondervan publishing company to create The Story.

Wanting to make Bible stories more accessible and encouraging others to engage in the Bible, they wrote The Story, which contains 31 chapters (stories) from the Bible told as one seamless story from beginning to end.  Additionally, Frazee and Lucado penned new books built around these 31 key stories from the Bible providing further insight into the characters.  With these resources as a foundation, Dove Award-winning artist Nichole Nordeman and Dove Award-winning producer Bernie Herms teamed up to give those same timeless stories a modern musical voice.

Guests appearances in the live performances of The Story concert events will feature Nordeman, Herms and an all star lineup including Natalie Grant, Amy Perry and Todd Smith of Selah, Jeremy Camp, Mark Hall of Casting Crowns, Matthew West and Rawsrvnt.

It’s more than a song; it’s more than a play. It’s presenting The Story through music, and discovering how our stories intertwine with God’s love story to us.