Friday July 27
Due to the rain and flooding at Knoebels Amusement Resort
Alternative plans are set for this Friday.
Start Time: 6:30 PM – Doors open at 5:30 PM
Featuring The Union of Sinners & Saints and Stars Go Dim
Lewisburg Alliance Church
Stars Go Dim
Songs Heard on WGRC: “You Are Loved”, “Heaven on Earth”, “Doxology”, “Walking Like Giants”
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.
The Union of Sinners & Saints
The Union of Sinners and Saints are embarking on their 2018 ”Story Teller” tour. Continuing promotion of their album, The Union of Sinners and Saints’ Storyteller Tour is an unplugged series of concerts featuring Petra’s John Schlitt, Whiteheart’s Billy Smiley and Atlanta based artist Jason Fowler. The guys will perform the #1 song “Independence Day,” their latest single “Lone Soldier,” and other album favorites “Rise Up” and “Old Guys Rule” along with the classics from Petra and Whiteheart including “Beyond Belief,” “Desert Rose,” “Fly Eagle Fly” and “I Am On The Rock.” Fowler compliments the event with music from his recent release, I Fall In.
The concerts will also include retrospectives from John and Billy telling stories from their years on the road performing Christian rock music. “This is an exciting event that we are excited to share,” Schlitt states. Smiley adds, “We have been playing concerts for the last year, and it has been so encouraging to reconnect with fans, as well as making so many new fans. Our fans have brought their kids who may have heard our music since they were little, but never had the chance to hear us live until now. The Petra and Whiteheart banter between John and I has been such fun!”