Christian music fans eager to have some fun under the sun should buy their tickets for “Hills Alive ‘95,” an all-day, outdoor Christian music festival at Riverfront Park on Saturday.
The event, sponsored by radio station KTSL, features Christian talent on both national and local levels.
Acts include Randy Stonehill, who released a new album called “Lazarus Heart”; Julie Miller, who penned the hits “How Could You Say No” and “What Would Jesus Say?”; the Kry, which played the festival last year; and Brett Williams and In Reach, who blend music with comedy.
Spokane’s Cry Manna will be the only local band performing at “Hills Alive ‘95.”
The quintet may be on its way to national acclaim. Recently, Cry Manna released its debut CD. The group has also opened for big-time Christian acts such as the Newsboys and David Meece.
The concert starts at 1 p.m. and continues until dusk.
Tickets are $9 in advance, $10 at the gate and $30 (available only through KTSL) for families of four. Children 6 and under attend free. Tickets are available at area Christian bookstores.
For more information, call KTSL at 326-9500.
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