Award-winning Christian music band Building 429 will be bringing their “Give Me Jesus” tour to Bismarck on April 25 at Shiloh Christian School in Bismarck. The tour also features Rhett Walker Band, Finding Favour and special guest Carlos Whittaker.
Proceeds from the Bismarck concert will be used to support the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation, which provides financial support and assistance to ease the burden and stress of cancer patients and their families.
“We are pleased to have this tour come to Bismarck,” said Ken Dykes, Executive Director of the Bismarck Cancer Center. “We are especially delighted to have the opportunity to bring some of the best Christian musical artists to our city and to have this venue as a meaningful way of providing help for area cancer patients.”
Building 429 has had many top ten hits in the Christian music genre and include songs like “Glory Defined”, “Fearless” and “You Carried Me”. This talented pop/rock Christian group was named the Gospel Music Association’s 2005 New Artist of the Year and their single “Where I Belong” was named 2012 Billboard Christian song of the year. Their new album “Listen to the Sound” acknowledges life’s struggles, but points to the hope, grace and love of God.
The concert will start at 6:30 p.m. Gold Circle Tickets are $30, with a 10% discount for groups of 9 or less before April 1 ($27) and a 20% discount for groups of 10 or more ($24). General Admission Tickets are $20, with a 10% discount for groups of 9 or less before April 1st ($18) and a 20% discount for groups of 10 or more ($16). Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased online at itickets.com; by phone at 800-965-9324; and in-person at the Rainbow Shop or at the Bismarck Cancer Center. All group tickets sales must be made at the Bismarck Cancer Center.
The concert is sponsored by Dvorak Motors and all proceeds from the concert benefit the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation. All donations stay local and help make a meaningful difference by providing financial support to cancer patients in need, and support for programs that assist the whole person---body, mind and spirit. The Bismarck Cancer Center provides radiation therapy to approximately 500 patients per year.
The Bismarck Cancer Center is a cooperative venture of Sanford Bismarck and St. Alexius Medical Center. For more information on the concert, please contact Sara Kelsch at 701-222-6119 or visit the Bismarck Cancer Center’s website at