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BarlowGirl tonight in PTC

On the heels of their long anticipated tour, BarlowGirl is back in Peachtree City for one night only.  
 
104.7 The Fish presents “The Love and War Tour starring BarlowGirl with special guests Stellar Kart and Vota.”  tonight at the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater. Doors open at 6 p.m., concert starts at 6:30 p.m.. This will be their only tour date in the Atlanta area.
 
On their newest album titled “Love & War”, the sisters have crafted their most lyrically bold and musically adventurous album to date. From the effervescent pop of “Come Alive” to the achingly beautiful “Tears Fall,” the collection covers a diverse landscape sonically and emotionally. Six years into their musical ministry, the members of BarlowGirl remain as passionate as ever about serving God and sharing the love they feel for Him and for each other.
 
All seats are general admission are $15.  Tickets can be purchased at www.amphitheater.org or by visiting The Fred Box Office There are also a number of limited VIP Tickets that include a Meet and Greet, and pictures with BarlowGirl for $30 each.  VIP’s will get to enter the gates one hour before general admission at 5:15 p.m. These special VIP tickets will sell out fast.
 
For more information on this concert visit www.amphitheater.org or call 770 629-4342

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