Sadie Robertson, the dancing, dimpled 19-year-old from the Duck Dynasty family is the headline speaker for SoulStock 2015. Robertson, whose book, “Live Original,” encourages people to be confident in who they are. The headline band Saturday night will be the Dove Award-winning for King & Country, the Australian-based younger brothers of Rebecca St. James, who has also sung at SoulStock.
For King & Country brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone have taken their high-energy music and stage antics on the Winter Jam 2015 tour and were special guests on“Jimmy Kimmel LIVE” in March. The theme of their latest album, “Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong.” was inspired by the love of life Luke saw explode in his son as the toddler learned to walk.
The free Christian music festival will be held Friday evening, May 15, and Saturday, May 16 on Point Mallard’s Spirit of America field. This is the 17th year for the music festival-revival, and organizers expect at least 20,000 people to attend, a level first reached in 2008. Some three dozen area churches and dozens of businesses provide the sponsorship that keeps the event free.
Line-up details and information about seating (bring your own), pets (leave ’em home), groups (the more the merrier!), food (reasonably priced vendors are there; coolers are banned) and other useful tips are posted at SoulStock.com.
Kicking off the Friday night music and message will be Huntsville’s Kat Holder, the dynamic worship and choir leader at The Rock Family Worship Center, followed by John David Crowe and Noah Cleveland. Gates open Friday night at 6 p.m. and music begins at 7 p.m. Most groups play for about 40 minutes.
Saturday’s music begins at 1:30 p.m. with Standing Against the Odds. Christian hard rock band The Protest comes on at 2 p.m., then the Huntsville-Athens-based Estoria, the rock-blues Stomptown Revival, the positive rapper DPB, and Noah Cleveland with more praise and worship at 5:30 p.m.
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