Prescott, AZ: What started out as a small summer concert rapidly has turn into a God-sized event, set to take stage on Saturday, July 14 in downtown Prescott at the historic courthouse plaza.
A vision by members of Celebrate Recovery in northern Arizona has rapidly exploded into a summer concert Christian festival with dynamic bible teaching and the debut of the inspirational family movie Home Run that emphasizes change is possible in each of our lives and that HOPE still exists!
With artists such as 33 MILES, Jamie Slocum, Steve Richard, Covenant 31, Tongue and Pen and Covela, DJ Cree the day is sure to be an amazing day of celebrating the love of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Also, a skateboard demonstration and interactive display by SG3 Skateboards will Taylor Woods and Skaters of Christ entertain kids of all ages.
Today, Hope Fest AZ has over 100 volunteers committed for this free life-changing, community event. The festival will also offer over 40 booths to visit featuring a variety of food, resource information and merchandise for purchase. Although that is miraculous, the organizers of this event anticipate a large turnout and are still looking for more sponsors, volunteers, prayer warriors and organizations that would be interested in hosting a booth for the day.
If you are unable to participate the day of the event, tax deductible donations will be accepted to this non-profit organization.
Visit www.hopefestaz.com for more information or to reach a member of Hope Fest AZ or visit Facebook at facebook.com/hopefestaz or on Twitter at at HopeFestAZ. Feel free to pass along this information with your community leaders, churches and other non-profit organizations.