Universal Orlando has announced Rock the Universe 2019, Florida’s biggest Christian music festival, will take place on all-new dates – Feb. 1 and 2 – and feature an all-star line-up.
The crowds will certainly love the cooler weather of the new dates as they enjoy live performances, worship services, and access to the thrilling attractions at Universal Studios Florida.
Guests will enjoy two nights of live concerts by the genre’s top artists:
Friday, Feb. 1
- Matthew West
- Big Daddy Weave
- Colton Dixon
- Matt Maher
- Rhett Walker Band
Saturday, Feb. 2
- Bethel Music
- Francesca Battistelli
- Micah Tyler
Additional Rock the Universe experiences include the FanZone presented by Coca-Cola, which will feature even more live performances by DJ Promote and up-and-coming acts, as well as photo and autograph opportunities with top talent.
Guests can also participate in a moving candle-lighting ceremony on Saturday, Feb. 2, and a non-denominational worship service on Sunday, Feb. 3.
Visit RocktheUniverse.com for details on group packages, individual tickets and special offers for Annual Passholders.
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