World Vision’s Summerfest ’09

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World Vision unveils “World Vision’s Summerfest ’09,” their first-ever summer concert series featuring pop-rock band Building 429, 33Miles, Lanae Hale, and new act Kimber Rising. The Summerfest will visit 12 to 15 cities and kicks off this week. World Vision hopes to have more than 800 child sponsorships by the end of the tour.

The tour dates lead up to Building 429’s World Vision mission trip to Uganda this July where the band will be performing to approximately 30,000 people in Rwanda with Andrew Palau of the Luis Palau Association. The band will continue their tour with World Vision in August for 15 dates across Canada.
For more information on World Vision Summerfest ’09 and the tour dates, click here.

For more information about World Vision, a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice, visit the World Vision Web site.
 
ParentLife is excited to feature 33Miles’ lead vocalist Jason Barton and his story in our upcoming October 2009 issue. You can see Jason and 33Miles as part of Summerfest ’09. Don’t forget to check out this month’s ParentLife feature on musical artist TobyMac.

Tell us! Who are your favorite Christian artists? Do you sponsor a child through World Vision?

Comments

  1. I enjoy a variety of Christian music. My favorite is David Crowder. I also like Chris Tomlin, Shane & Shane, KJ-52, Jennifer Knapp, Natalie Grant, Family Force 5, Starfield, Hillsong, and many others.
    We support a 4-year-old child from Haiti. We wanted a child from there because that is the first country my husband went to on a mission trip.

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