Audio Adrenaline and Israel Theme Tours are partnering up for a trip to Israel January 5-14, 2014.
The 10-day, VIP-style fan and band tour of the Holy Land will take fans to a once-in-a-lifetime vacation experience for the entire family. The Audio Adrenaline Holy Land Tour will include band members Kevin Max, Will McGinnis and Jason Walker, and even founding member and former frontman Mark Stuart of Hands & Feet Project. Special guest speaker/author Jamie George will be there as well.
Audio A will be connecting with the group daily for activities and exclusive moments with the band.
"Travelers will follow in the footsteps of Jesus, explore the ruins of the ancient port city built by King Herod, experience the Western Wall and the ancient city of Jerusalem, float in the Dead Sea, visit Yad Vashem (Holocaust Museum), roam the beaches of Tel Aviv, experience baptism in the Jordan River and much more," the press release says regarding the experience.
"I have been looking for a reason to return to Israel, and this is it," said Audio Adrenaline vocalist Kevin Max. "I traveled to the Holy Land when I was quite a bit younger, during high school, and it was a monumental experience. I look forward to being there again, this time with a fresh perspective on its history and a huge interest in archaeology. Also, the opportunity to entertain and share with a group while we are experiencing it together is a exciting occasion."
Only 50 people will be allowed on this trip, and registration is open now as people of all ages are encouraged to sign up.
The cost per person is $3,595. That includes roundtrip airfare from New York City, 4-star hotels and resorts in Israel, daily breakfast and dinner, air-conditioned bus with WiFi and more.
A $300 deposit is required when reserving tickets.
For payment and more information, www.israelthemetours.com/audioadrenaline.
Audio Adrenaline has sold over $3 million records has 17 number 1 singles, multiple Dove Awards and two GRAMMY Awards.
After a six year hiatus in 2013, former dc Talk singer Kevin Max joined the band as new lead singer after Stuart had to retire due to damaged vocal chords from years on the road.