After rocking the campus of Grand Canyon University with twelve shows over eight months, the newest Christian music club venue, Thunderground, has been rapidly making a name for itself due to its high-energy atmosphere and close interaction between artists and fans.

From rock like Thousand Foot Krutch and Manic Drive to hip hop with Andy Mineo and Group 1 Crew to praise and worship with Phil Wickham and Jason Castro, the students and visitors of GCU have gotten to experience their favorite artists like never before. “It’s like worshipping at BCBG,” said Elias Dummer, lead singer for The City Harmonic. According to sources tied to the project, the Fall schedule is going to be even better with confirmed artists including Propaganda, Tedashii, The Afters and a special event where Phil Wickham returns for his National CD Release Party.

As Arizona’s private Christian university, GCU offers a quality, value-based education that prepares learners to become global citizens and effective leaders from the context of our Christian heritage. Bringing national recording artists to our campus is just one of the ways GCU is committed to encouraging a Christian lifestyle.

— source: New Release Tuesday

Originally posted 2013-08-23 16:01:40.