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The Best All-Night Evangelistic Event

Reverb is one of the most exciting nights your youth ministry can experience! It’s is an all-night event with a single goal: to share the Gospel with unsaved teenagers.





Advanced Notice

Ready to go to Reverb? Let us know in advance and get a free T-shirt. You get a free t-shirt and we can plan better its a win-win, just let us know you’re coming and how many people you’re bringing.


Locations

Reverb takes place at locations in major cities all around the Eastern United States.


Details

Never been to a Reverb night before? Here’s what it’s all about.



Pro Sports Game

The night starts with a professional sports game. Often hockey and in some cities basketball. This is a great opportunity for socializing and enjoying a great game on a Friday night in the fall.


Gospel Message

A dynamic speaker will clearly present the Gospel then give an invitation to accept Christ. We make sure students making a decision have someone to talk to immediately following their decision.


Intense Crowd Games

The action heats up again as the crowd is split into teams for some of the most insane games you’ve ever seen. Some take place right in the crowd while others have students down on the arena floor competing.



Eye Popping Prizes

As the crowd games rage, tons of prizes are being given away. There are big-ticket items like gaming systems, iPads, and limo rides. Prizes like shirts, hoodies, and basketballs are thrown to whoever can catch them.


Great Food

At this point in the night everyone is hungry. It’s time to break out the Pizza and soda. Pizza is trucked in to charge you up for the rest of the all-night, crazy action that is about to take place. Make sure to get your fill.


All Night Activities

The rest of the night is packed with activities like go-karts, paintball, inflatables, skating, bowling, arcades, laser tag and indoor athletic facilities that host sports including archery tag, flag football and volleyball.



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Still not sure what to expect? We understand. Sometimes words just aren’t enough.