Award winning Christian artist to share hope with Dickinson

Award-winning Christian artist Jordan Feliz will be in concert in Dickinson on Tuesday, October 20, at 7 p.m. at the Evangelical Bible Church. (Photo courtesy of Heidi Larson)

Six years ago, Jordan Feliz was a valet in downtown Nashville. The Clovis, CA native moved to Nashville in 2012 and quickly established a name in the Christian music scene.

The multi-award winning, top charting artist first got his start with his hometown rock band "A Current Affair" in the mid-to-late 2000s while the band was active along the west coast, and ultimately landed a spot on the Fresno stop of the Vans Warped tour.

Since then Feliz, has gone solo and was the GMA Dove Award winner for New Artist of the Year in 2016 with his debut single “The River” spending a whopping 12 weeks at number one — earning Gold certification for the young artist. Each of his five subsequent radio singles have landed in the Top 10 with “Witness” notching a second number one for the singer.

Now, Feliz will be in concert in Dickinson on Tuesday, October 20, at 7 p.m. at the Evangelical Bible Church at 2891 5th Ave. W. to share hope with residents of the Western Edge.

His mission, through music, is simple. Feliz wants people to turn to Jesus, and hopes that his raw style can encourage those who listen to his praise-centered songs.


“If this is just for financial gain or some kind of credit, then it’s all worthless. I just really want people to take away the fact that this is all about Jesus," Feliz said in an interview about his latest project. "Every song on this record is my heart bleeding gratefulness and thankfulness for who he is, and what he’s done in my life and what he can do for other people’s lives.”

When his highly-anticipated sophomore project, “Future,” released in 2018, it debuted at the top of the Billboard Christian Albums chart.

Feliz’s latest single “Glorify” is the first release from his upcoming third project, due in 2021. Already climbing up the charts, its message is simple as it lays out our sole purpose here on earth—the kind of purpose Feliz is now singularly focused on. “I feel like God has really revealed a lot to me in this season, and I think He’s gearing me and my team up for something special. I’m really honored to be a part of the ride right now, and I just want God to be honored through it,” Feliz shares. “I’m going to be the most vulnerable, God-loving, Jesus-focused person I can be. I want to show people who I am.”

The concert is presented by 103.7 The Connection, Dickinson’s Christian radio station. The station began broadcasting in a Contemporary Christian format in March 2018. The Connection is non-commercial, which allows for more music. The operating budget comes from donations and fundraisers. This concert is a fundraiser towards that operating budget.

Aside from the fundraiser, The Connection also wants to bring hope and encouragement to the community during a tough year.

Tickets are $35 advance VIP, $20 advance general admission, and $25 general admission at the door. The VIP ticket includes early entrance as well as a Q&A session with Jordan Feliz and band, but only available in advance. Tickets are available online at as well as Faith Expressions Christian Store in downtown Dickinson.

Sponsorship opportunities are available for individuals and businesses. For more information on sponsorship or general questions regarding the concert, contact the station at (701) 483-1037 or


Christian artist Jordan Feliz won the GMA Dove Award for New Artist of the Year in 2016. His debut single “The River” spent 12 weeks at number one. (Photo courtesy of Heidi Larson)

James B. Miller, Jr. is the Editor of The Dickinson Press in Dickinson, North Dakota. He strives to bring community-driven, professional and hyper-local focused news coverage of southwest North Dakota.
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