Shine.FM presents Sidewalk Prophets Great Big Family Christmas

With special appearance by select students from the horns and strings sections of Olivet Nazarene University's School of Music.

Shine.FM, a broadcast ministry of Olivet Nazarene University, announces the upcoming appearance of Sidewalk Prophets at Centennial Chapel in Bourbonnais, Illinois. Performing on stage with the band will be students from the horns and strings sections in Olivet’s School of Music. 

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This Dove Award-winning band will bring the “Great Big Family Christmas Tour” to Olivet’s campus on December 15, 2018. The Olivet student musicians will appear with the band at every date on the tour during December.

This concert promises to be joyful and interactive with holiday fun. There will also be an offering collected to benefit a local community in need. The audience will hear holiday classics along with Sidewalk Prophets originals from their 2013 release, Merry Christmas To You, such as their No. 1 hit, “What A Glorious Night,” and the top 5 hit, “Hey Moon.”

Tickets are now on sale. Purchase tickets and find more information about the concert here

The Shine.FM network is a Christian broadcast ministry, committed to building stronger families and stronger communities. Today, in addition to the 200,000 listeners who listen weekly through stations in Chicagoland, northwest Indiana and Indianapolis, thousands more stream Shine.FM, Shine Worship, Spark and Brilla.FM online or through their mobile apps. 

Shine.FM plays an integral part in training leaders for the broadcasting industry. Graduates from Olivet’s program touch millions of lives around the world. 

The Olivet Nazarene University School of Music offers comprehensive study in music composition, music education, music ministry, music performance and more.  With seasoned faculty and numerous performance opportunities, every genre of music lives and thrives within the halls of the Larsen Fine Arts Center. The entire campus embraces the arts and culture with more than 500 students participating in music ensembles and chamber groups.