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  • Writer's pictureThomas Bonifield

"K-LOVE Live at Red Rocks" Brings Top Christian Music Acts to the Big Screen

Billed as "part documentary, part concert," the production will release for a two-day limited engagement.

The band Cain performs during in a scene from "K-LOVE Live at Red Rocks."
The band Cain performs in a scene from "K-LOVE Live at Red Rocks." Image: K-LOVE/from Instagram.

K-LOVE, the largest Christian radio network in America, is bringing its music industry muscle to bear at movie theaters next week. The film is called K-LOVE Live at Red Rocks and it packages together two-nights worth of concerts featuring a bunch of stars from the world of contemporary Christian music.

A digital movie poster for "K-LOVE Live at Red Rocks."
A digital movie poster for "K-LOVE Live at Red Rocks." Image: K-LOVE/from Instagram.

Among those taking part in the film, which was shot in August at the spectacular Red Rocks Amphitheater near Denver, are Mercy Me, Jeremy Camp, Cain, Anne Wilson, and Zach Williams, all of whom are regulars on Christian radio, including K-LOVE. In an article on that outfit's website, Bart Millard of Mercy Me calls Red Rocks "the greatest venue in the world," while Camp - who played there for the first time during this event - says in a trailer that he can now "check it off (his) bucket list."


In addition to the concert performances, this 85-minute production will share interviews with the stars and behind-the-scenes footage from the event. The film will be in theaters for just two nights - Monday, November 6th and Tuesday, November 7th - and you can purchase tickets to a theater in your area via this link to the website of distributor Fathom Events. That aforementioned trailer is below and will give you a better idea of what to expect.



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