“This is Winter Jam” Movie Premieres, Hits Theaters Tuesday

""This Is Winter Jam' Nashville Red Carpet Premiere"NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Debuting in theaters around the country for one night on Tuesday, April 19, Fathom Events and WORD Entertainment’s “This Is Winter Jam” premiered to an exclusive audience of artists, industry executives and VIPs at the historic Franklin Theatre last week.

Hosted by GRAMMY®-nominated NewSong—founders of the blockbuster Winter Jam Tour Spectacular—the event’s star-studded red carpet featured for KING & COUNTRY’s Joel Smallbone, Newsboys’ Duncan Phillips, Jeremy Camp, Matthew West, best-selling author Karen Kingsbury, Colton Dixon, RED, Building 429’s Jason Roy, Thousand Foot Krutch’s Trevor McNevan, GRAMMY®-winning producer Seth Mosley, and Family Force 5, among others.

“This Is Winter Jam” captures the life-transforming ministry of the tour as never seen before, showcasing unforgettable performances from Skillet, Jeremy Camp, Francesca Battistelli, for KING & COUNTRY, NewSong, Family Force 5, Building 429 and others. The film is highlighted by unprecedented backstage access and interviews with Winter Jam artists past and present.

Tickets for “This Is Winter Jam” can be purchased online at jamtour.com or at participating theater box offices. Fans throughout the U.S. will be able to enjoy the event in more than 500 movie theaters through Fathom’s Digital Broadcast Network. For a complete list of theater locations visit FathomEvents.com (theaters and participants are subject to change).

The Winter Jam Tour Spectacular annually ranks among the top first-quarter tours in the world and has helped provide a powerful platform for the Gospel in major arenas nationwide since 1995. Last year Winter Jam played to more than 700,000 people across the country, shattering the tour’s previous attendance records. For more information, visit jamtour.com.

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