World Pulse Festival

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The World Pulse Festival is a Christian contemporary music festival in South Bend, Indiana. The World Pulse Festival was started by LeSEA Broadcasting Corp. in 1987 as a birthday celebration for WHME.[1][2] It is held on WHME grounds in South Bend, Indiana, except in 2014, when it was held at the Compton Family Ice Arena at Notre Dame;[3] its attendance numbers have ranged between 40,000 and 60,000 attendees, making it one of the largest Christian music festivals in the Midwest.[1][2]

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