North Point's Insideout Band to Perform During Georgia Swarm's Faith & Family Night on April 8

March 7, 2018 - National Lacrosse League (NLL) - Georgia Swarm News Release

(DULUTH, Ga.) - The 2017 NLL World Champion Georgia Swarm is proud to announce that nationally recognized Christian music worship band North Point InsideOut will perform during Faith & Family Night on Sunday, April 8. Presented by Howard Brothers Hardware, North Point InsideOut will perform both a 10-minute halftime and a 45-minute postgame concert in the Atlanta Classic Cars Mercedes-Benz Goal Zone Club when the Swarm hosts the Toronto Rock for a 4:05 p.m. ET showdown.

North Point InsideOut recently held a concert at Infinite Energy Arena last March, and performed their hit single "Death Was Arrested" to a sold-out crowd.

Lower Level Tickets to attend Faith & Family Night featuring North Point InsideOut at Harrah's Cherokee Casino Field at Infinite Energy Arena start as low as $25 and can be purchased online at GeorgiaSwarm.com/Faith or by calling 844-4-GASWARM. Early arriving fans will receive a Lyle Thompson Drawstring Backpack presented by Howard Brothers Hardware.

"We're excited to have the North Point InsideOut band be the fourth act in our inaugural concert series," Swarm Co-Owner and President Andy Arlotta said. "Our organization wanted to continue to feature Atlanta talent in the concert series, and InsideOut is a perfect fit for our first-ever Faith & Family Night. They've sold out many concert venues, including our home venue in Infinite Energy Arena. The Billboard 200 chart-placing talent is sure to add another level of excitement to the high-action sport of box lacrosse."

"We're thrilled to join the Georgia Swarm for Faith & Family Night on Sunday, April 8," said Seth Condrey of North Point InsideOut. "Infinite Energy Arena has given us incredible memories, and we're happy to be back. We're coming together with students and families from all over Atlanta for exciting lacrosse, an incredible atmosphere, and inspirational music. This will be an awesome event for the whole family-you won't want to miss it!"

As part of Faith and Family Night, the Swarm and North Point's InsideOut high school ministry have also teamed up to launch a #KindnessIsCool campaign to promote acts of kindness leading up to April 8.

Swarm players and InsideOut high school students will be participating in a 30-day #KindnessIsCool challenge, and their stories will be shown on the videoboard during Faith and Family Night. #KindnessIsCool was designed to combat bullying, and encourages individuals to display acts of kindness to others through friendship, ministry, and giving.

Swarm fans are also encouraged to share their acts of kindness by tagging the Swarm and North Point Community Church on social media with the hashtag, #KindnessIsCool

North Point InsideOut will be the fourth musical performance in the Swarm's 2017-18 Concert Series. Georgia welcomed 2 Chainz on Dec. 30 during Banner-Raising Night, Scotty McCreery for Country Night on Feb. 17 and Wolfy's America will perform during Heroes Night on March 18.

About North Point InsideOut:

North Point InsideOut formed out of North Point Community Church in Alpharetta in 2011. Their band leads worship for the weekly InsideOut student gathering. They released their first album, No One Higher, in 2012. It peaked at No. 20 on the Christian Albums section of the Billboard charts and reached No. 19 on the Heatseekers Albums chart. They followed up with Hear in 2015. The sophomore release reached No. 193 on the Billboard 200 and hit its Christian Albums chart at No. 2. It included the hit single "Death Was Arrested" featuring Seth Condrey. For their junior album, InsideOut recorded Nothing Ordinary: Part 1 to a sold-out crowd at Infinite Energy Arena, home of the defending NLL World Champion Georgia Swarm. The live album dropped in June 2017, and Part 2 was released later that year in Sept.




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