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2021

Thank you to everyone who volunteered, attended, or donated!

Our first event was a success- stay tuned for information about a 2022 event! This page will stay up in an archival status. 

See below for photos from Facebook

June 19, 2021
Redbank Valley Municipal Park

Concert beginning at 4PM
Free Admission

SCHEDULE

Booked Artists

Stars Go Dim

Formed in 2007 as a mainstream pop band, today Stars Go Dim is the moniker for Christian pop artist and songwriter Chris Cleveland
After years at the helm of an acclaimed independent secular band and more than a decade leading worship at Tulsa’s Asbury United Methodist Church—one of America’s largest congregations—Cleveland found success in the Christian format with his self-titled debut album. The singer has garnered three Top 5 hits and a massive No. 1 radio smash with “You Are Loved.” In addition, Stars Go Dim has toured with for KING & COUNTRY, Lauren Daigle and Phil Wickham, among others, and has been featured on the Winter Jam Tour Spectacular.

Jamie Kimmett

“Thou shall not sacrifice your firstborn to the gods of Moloch.” (Leviticus 18:21)

Singer-songwriter Jamie Kimmett had no idea how much impact this one verse would have on his decision to lay down his own dreams to faithfully pursue a God he once didn’t believe in. This is the story of Jamie Kimmett and God’s constant pursuit on his soul.

Born and raised in the working-class town of Kilmarnock, Scotland, faith didn’t play a part in Kimmett’s life early on. He excelled at soccer, was part of the Scottish National Youth Squad and was even scouted by professional clubs like Scottish champions Celtic FC.

Allan Scott Band

Former drug addict, dropout, thief and loser Allan Scott found hope in his jail cell, calling on God to heal the broken pieces of his life. Over a decade later, this redeemed singer, songwriter and worship leader shares his experience at worship services and conferences across the country. Allan’s music and testimony of God’s redeeming grace have been featured nationally and internationally on programs like TBN’s “Praise the Lord”, CBN’s “The 700 Club”, “Worship with Andy Chrisman” and “Focus on the Family”. Allan has ministered alongside artists such as Citizen Way, 7eventh Time Down, JJ Weeks Band, Paul Baloche, Kari Jobe, David Crowder, Big Daddy Weave, Jason Crabb, John Waller, Plumb, Anthem Lights, Abandon & David Dunn. He has also been featured in the 200th Episode of Focus on the Family’s Plugged in Podcast, CCM Magazine and The Harvest TV Show. Allan Scott Band has appeared on the main-stage at festivals across the country including Creation NorthEast from 2017 to 2021. The band was featured nationally from 18’ to 20’ on the Born to Be Brave Tour, a one night father & son connecting event from best selling author and creator of True GirlDannah Gresh.

A Day Awaits

Intent on creating music for broken people of all walks of life, A Day Awaits formed in 2009.
Their plans were slowed, however, by terrible timing and just plain bad luck torpedoed their plans before they ever left the ground.

But unashamed, battle-seasoned, and renewed, they emerged from the rubble. Intent on expanding the landscape of Christian music with their soaring vocals, blistering guitar riffs, and heart-wrenching lyrics, the band drew from a diverse set of influences (including classic rock, punk, metal, and alternative rock).

Two-time CFA Talent Search finalists (2016, 2018), A Day Awaits has performed at Kingdom Bound, Amplify Festival, Heavenfest, Ignite Festival, and many others, sharing the stage with the likes of Newsboys, Matthew West, Jordan Feliz, Paul Baloche, Sanctus Real, Seventh Time Down, Unspoken, Kutless, Chris August, Remedy Drive, Stellar Kart, and more.

Satellites (2017), their most recent album, was produced by Jeff Quimby, who has worked with artists like Lincoln Brewster, Kari Jobe, Plumb, and Gungor. Their sophomore effort aims to bring a spirit of love and reconciliation to a world that seems to be so desperately looking for answers.

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