Free tickets to Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith holiday concert

Plenty of warmth and smiles accompany and Amy Grant/Michael W. Smith concert. Photo: Melissa Ruggieri/AJC
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Plenty of warmth and smiles accompany and Amy Grant/Michael W. Smith concert. Photo: Melissa Ruggieri/AJC
Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith at the Fox in 2014. Photo: Melissa Ruggieri/AJC

Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith at the Fox in 2014. Photo: Melissa Ruggieri/AJC

[Congrats to winners Bryan S. and Julia M. and thanks to all who participated. Make sure to check the blog for my 12 Days of Christmas giveaway!]

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI

In recent years, Amy Grant has performed her winter wonderland show at the Fox Theatre with husband Vince Gill and/or Michael W. Smith, but this year she and Smith are going grand at the Infinite Energy Center (formerly Gwinnett Center) in Duluth.

The longtime pals will be backed by a full symphony orchestra and, if the script remains the same, perform their joint arsenal of Christmas classics, both original and standards.

The show takes place at 8 p.m. Dec. 18.

Thanks to some generous elves at the venue, I have two pairs of tickets to give away to two different winners (they’re worth $119 a pair, so I promise you they’re good seats).

To enter:

You must be following me on Twitter or Facebook.

After that, it’s pretty simple.

Email me at mruggieri@ajc.com by noon Wednesday, Dec. 9. Please do not enter if you cannot attend and please, only one entry per email address.

You must put “Amy Grant tickets” in the subject line or I will not see your email. If you tell me, “I want to go!” or “I love Michael W. Smith!”, sorry, but your message will merely become one of the hundreds in my inbox.

I will randomly select two winners on Dec. 9 and contact them directly. I will also post the winning names here once I’ve received confirmation.

If you’d like to buy tickets to the concert, they’re $39.50-$150 and you can purchase here.

Speaking of Infinite Energy Center, the venue recently unveiled its new signage to coincide with its new name, so if you win, you’ll be one of the first to see it.

The sign was designed by Sky Design of Atlanta and constructed and installed by Henry Incorporated out of Decatur.

Infinite Energy has secured the naming rights to the venue for the next 20 years for $18 million.

New sign alert!

 


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