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July 12, 2014

Jeremy Camp plays tonight at Wild Adventures

VALDOSTA — When contemporary Christian singer and songwriter Jeremy Camp rolls into Wild Adventures for today’s concert, good weather is forecast to greet him.

At a recent Iowa concert, Camp’s bus was stuck in mud requiring a tractor to pull it out and the outdoor concert had to be moved indoors due to bad weather. But in true Jeremy Camp style, he looked at it all as a message from above.

“The tornado was a mile and a half away so the Lord totally protected us,” Camp said just before taking the stage. “It’s been a crazy day, but obviously the Lord has something rad so I’m pumped.”

Camp has weathered other storms during his career and has used each incident to fuel his belief in God and written songs to express those feelings.

With the release of 11 albums — four certified gold by the Record Industry Association of American and 25 No. 1 singles — Camp has had an impressive career so far. That success continues with his latest album, “Reckless” which has sold more than three million copies. He has also been nominated for several music awards.

Camp will take the stage at 8 p.m. The concert is included with a season pass or park admission and reserved seats are still available.

Wild Adventures’ 2014 All-Star concerts continue on Aug. 2 with Colt Ford and The LACS; Skillet and We As Human on Aug. 9.

More information: Visit WildAdventures.com or call the park at (229) 219-7080.

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