Sidewalk Prophets coming soon
Fans of contemporary Christian music can make plans to attend a concert in Sabetha. The Sidewalk Prophets — a pop/rock band hailing from Nashville, Tenn. — will be making a stop in Sabetha as part of their Something Different Tour.
The concert is slated from 7 to 10 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, at NorthRidge Church. The tour features special guest Bonray and will include performances in California, Texas, South Dakota, Virginia, Illinois, Florida and a number of other states. This is the band’s only concert in Kansas on this tour.
This is the Sidewalk Prophets’ second concert in Sabetha. Their first performance in the community was in February 2015.
The Sidewalk Prophets have three major label studio releases — in 2009, 2012 and 2015. They have multiple hits, including “The Words I Would Say” and “Live Like That.” The band has sold nearly 700,000 albums and 1.6 million digital downloads.
Their tours have been described as interactive experiences for both the band and the fans. The “Something Different” Tour includes cinematic 3D visuals during the shows.
Bonray — a four-sibling band from Pennsylvania. Zac, Jesse, Jake and Morgan Bonner grew up in a church where their dad was a pastor. The siblings have been performing together most of their lives. The band officially became “Bonray” in 2014 and have been touring around the United States.
Some of their songs include “Turn My Eyes,” “Wildfire,” “You Got Me” and “The Good Life.” Their song “The Good Life” was featured in ABC’s 2016-17 series “Imaginary Mary.”
For more information on Bonray, visit their website at https://bonraymusic.com.
Tickets can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com. General admission tickets are $10. Early entry/band devotional tickets are $25, which allows early entry to the concert and allows guests to join in the band’s daily devotional and 3D glasses. VIP After Party tickets are $45, which allows early entry, participation in the band’s daily devotional, an opportunity to meet the band after the concert, 3D glasses and other souvenirs.
For questions, contact event coordinator Brad Lippert at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Krista Wasinger is Co-Editor of The Sabetha Herald, where she has been on staff since 2011. She specializes in city reporting and feature stories, as well as photography and page and advertising design. Krista is a 2004 Fort Hays State University graduate with a degree in communications studies with an emphasis in journalism. She lives in Sabetha with her husband and four children.