Rock the Outdoors – May 3, 2014 in Columbus, Georgia



Tickets for this special event are going quickly.  To make your reservation for the concert and rafting please contact us today!

Call: 800-676-7238

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Trips: 9:00am until 3:00pm  || Tickets: Rafting and Concert: $45

Come raft with us on the Chattahoochee River in Columbus, Ga. and Phenix City, Ala., the longest urban whitewater rafting in the world! The course has been described to be “Wild as Colorado and as Warm as Costa Rica.” USA Today picked the Chattahoochee Whitewater Park as one of the Top 12 man-made Adventures in the World! This course consists of class III-V whitewater at high water. It is one of the most exciting whitewater rafting rivers in the US! The biggest distinction between this river and other rivers is the volume of water which will be in the river when it is rafted. For comparison, the rapids on the Ocoee River can reach up to 1,100 cubic feet per second in volume, while the rapids at the Chattahoochee can reach up to 13,000 cubic feet per second in volume. This makes the rapids the largest south of Canada and east of the Colorado!


Doors: 5:30pm || Show: 6pm || Tickets: Concert Only: $10

Big Daddy Weave is moving into 2014 from a year of successful touring and numerous ministry events. The song “Redeemed” (#1 single & K-Love Song of the Year) and the new single, “The Only Name (Yours Will Be),” which is currently moving up the charts, will be a part of the evening.

Group 1 Crew will be joining the night of music and will be featuring their popular hit songs like “He Said” and current single “Dangerous.” This tour will be opening with rising artist,Tim Timmons, who has fought battles against cancer and presents a powerful testimony with songs like “Starts With Me.”

Truly compelling music makes the personal universal. Few artists have done that more consistently or more movingly than Big Daddy Weave. Through more than a decade of hits like “In Christ,” “Audience of One,” “You’re Worthy Of My Praise,” “Every Time I Breathe,” “What Life Would Be Like,” and “You Found Me,” they have shared the journey in a way that has won the ongoing respect of fans, press and industry alike. Their musical journey began with a Dove Awards nomination as New Artist of the Year in 2002 and includes a 2010 Dove Award for the album Christ Has Come. They have been honored at ASCAP’s Christian Music Awards, were chosen for the WOW Hits compilations in five of the last six years and are one of the 10 most played artists at Christian radio over the past decade.

Most recently, they hit the top of the Christian AC chart—the fourth time they’ve done so—with “Love Come To Life,” a song about the desire to have the love that Christ put in our hearts be more than words that we say, but a love that comes to life in actions. A song filled with passion and intimacy, and with the musical hooks and majestic sound that have marked so much of their work, it is the perfect introduction to Love Come To Life, their first studio album in more than three years.

Love Comes To Life demonstrates once again the passion and energy that have made Big Daddy Weave one of Christian music’s most compelling acts for nearly a dozen years. True to form, the project teems with real life and emotion, from longing and struggle to breakthrough and gratitude, with front man Mike Weaver’s forthright songwriting and intimate and unmistakable vocals backed by powerful arrangements and stellar musicianship. It derives its power from the fact that life and music intertwine so fully.