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Ready or not, Christmas is coming! And this year, KSBJ & NGEN Radio are helping you prepare your heart for the Christmas season with Good News & Great Joy, Tinsel & Trees, and of course Worship & Wonder!
Come celebrate the birth of Our Savior with the stories, sights, sounds, and smells of Christmas that will reignite your childlike wonder! Make your day Merry & Bright with Christmas classics performed by Marc Martel and experience Peace & Joy with the soulful vocals of Tauren Wells and the Harvey Gospel Choir.
And for the Naughty & Nice little ones, we’ll have Buddy The KSBJ Prayer Bear, a tree farm, a trackless train, and plenty of SNOW!
With new activities still to be added, this event is packed with WONDER and intentionally priced so you can bring all your favorite people – young and old!
Don’t miss out on the first ever Worship & Wonder event! It’s everything you love about Christmastime taking place all in one night!
About Marc Martel
Marc Martel is the former frontman of the Christian band Downhere, and he sings “It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas” and “How Many Kings” on KSBJ. Currently, he is touring the world as the voice of Freddie Mercury on the Ultimate Queen Celebration Tour. More recently, he’s been making waves for his viral video covering Queen’s “We Are The Champions”.
About Tauren Wells
Tauren Wells is the former frontman of GRAMMY® Award-nominated band Royal Tailor, father, songwriter, worship academy founder, multi-instrumentalist, and performer, and his deep desire to draw people closer to their identity in the Lord is apparent in all he pursues. Tauren Wells recently finished a tour with Lionel Richie and Mariah Carey and is currently touring with Chris Tomlin on the Worship Night in America tour.
About the Harvey Gospel Choir
The Harvey Gospel Choir, led by Marquist Taylor and Victoria White, made their unofficial debut about a year ago at shelter in Conroe during Hurricane Harvey. They have since been invited to perform on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and featured in an interview on CNN.