Purple Door Festival 2011 Image Gallery
by John Baker on 2011-09-02 14:50:29

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After a stellar line-up of artists from last year's event, Purple Door Festival is back with an amazing lists of artists in 2011. Featured were some of the best like Red, Project 86, Underoath, House of Heroes, and many more.

John Baker (photographer) got right in the action and captured some amazing moments from the festival's best for CMADDICT.com

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Featured Artists

Abandon Kansas
Ace Augustine
Deas Vail
For Today
House of Heroes
I The Breather
Reilly
Lecrae / Tedashii
My Heart to Fear
Project 86
Red
Sent by Ravens
Showbread
Talian Rayne
Texas in July
The Ember Days
The Historic
The Road to Milestone
Underoath
Yesterday is Waiting




Abandon Kansas
     


Ace Augustine
 
     





Deas Vail
  
     



For Today
    



House of Heroes
 
     



I The Breather
 
     



Reilly
  
     



Lecrae / Tedashii
  
     



My Heart to Fear
 
     



Project 86
     



Red
     



Sent by Ravens
  
     



Showbread
 
     



Talian Rayne
 
     



Texas in July
 
     



The Ember Days
 
     



The Historic
  
     



The Road to Milestone
 
     



Underoath
   



Yesterday is Waiting
  
     





Abandon Kansas
Ace Augustine
Deas Vail
For Today
House of Heroes
I The Breather
Reilly
Lecrae / Tedashii
My Heart to Fear
Project 86
Red
Sent by Ravens
Showbread
Talian Rayne
Texas in July
The Ember Days
The Historic
The Road to Milestone
Underoath
Yesterday is Waiting



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