Mother-daughter duo, The Judds, will reunite and grace the stage for Girls Night Out, a truly special nine-show residency at The Venetian Theatre inside The Venetian Las Vegas, Oct. 7-24, 2015.
Produced by AEG Live, Girls Night Out will mark the iconic and multi-platinum country duo’s first concerts together in nearly five years. Songs fans might hear include “Love Can Build a Bridge,” “Why Not Me,” “Give A Little Love” and the residency’s signature song “Girls Night Out” as well as solo numbers such as Wynonna’s “No One Else on Earth” and “I Saw The Light.” Girls Night Out will boast an all-new show created specifically for the Las Vegas audience featuring a set list handpicked by Wynonna and Naomi. Performances will take place Oct. 7, 10, 13, 14, 16, 17, 21, 23 and 24.
“Over the years people have asked me about a Judds reunion and I have always said the door is open,” Wynonna shared. “When this opportunity was presented to me, I looked at it as an incredible chance to celebrate my mom. I have a new album coming out soon and this is the perfect way to honor the roots that gave me the wings to fly.”
“This show is for the fans – the fans that I have missed every single day since leaving the stage,” added Naomi. “Every artist goes through a time in their career where they feel that it’s time to call it quits, but once it’s in your blood and you’re still able to do it, you can’t not do it. It will be the thrill of my life to join Wynonna on the stage again in Las Vegas, the entertainment capital of the world!”
Currently celebrating the 25th anniversary of their fifth and final studio album Love Can Build a Bridge, The Judds have sold more than 20 million albums to date. In addition to successful music careers, Naomi and Wynonna are both bestselling authors, prominent humanitarians and TV stars. Tickets start at $59.50 (plus applicable fees) and go on sale Friday, Aug. 28 at 10 a.m. PDT at any Venetian or Palazzo Box Office, online at http://www.venetian.com/thejudds or by calling (702) 414-9000 or (866) 641-7469.
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5. A person or thing that is unknown: “the abyss of the unknown” (Helena Petrovna Blavatsky).
While we wait for the blessed hope — the glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ, Titus 2:13
Hope brings happiness, but skepticism never can. You may be alive when Christ returns, or you may be resurrected to meet Him in the air. Either way, Jesus is coming again! Don’t let doubters or false date-setters dull your sense of hope. Ray Bakke shares this story: ‘I knew an old Glasgow professor named McDonald, who, along with a Scottish chaplain, was put in a prisoner-of-war camp. A high wire fence separated the Americans from the British, and McDonald was put in the American barracks. The Americans had a little homemade radio and were able to get news from the outside. Every day McDonald would take a headline or two to the fence and share it with the chaplain in the ancient Gaelic language, indecipherable to the Germans. One day news came that the German High Command had surrendered. McDonald took the news to his friend, then watched him disappear into the barracks. A moment later a roar of celebration came from inside. Life in that camp was transformed. Men walked around singing and shouting, waving at the guards, even laughing at the dogs. When the German guards finally heard the news three nights later, they fled into the dark, leaving the gates unlocked. The next morning, Brits and Americans walked out as free men. Yet they had truly been set free three days earlier by the news that the war was over.’ The certainty of Christ’s soon return sets you free to hope, to rejoice in the worst of circumstances, and to live with purpose. For God’s redeemed people, the best is yet to come!
Prayer: Heavenly Father, I know my future is secure in You and know I will be in heaven for eternity.
Help me live today with that fact. In Jesus’ Name, Amen