published: Friday, October 05, 2012
Rush of Fools to perform at Centennial concert
By SAMANTHA GHOLAR
SEBRING - The 100 year celebration of Sebring will be kicked off next week with a free concert for the community put on by a well-known non-profit organization.
Circle of Truth Ministries has worked diligently to make sure Sebring's Centennial Week starts off with a bang. The organization will hold its annual big concert Saturday, Oct. 13.
The concert will run in conjunction with Centennial events, according to co-coordinator Dee Andrews. Andrews, along with Adam Martin and a number of other volunteers, have prepared a great show for guests.
"Each month we have concerts in the restaurant (Dee's Place) but those are usually for the older crowds. This will be different; it's our big concert. We have our big concert only once a year because of the funding it takes to get it done," Andrews explained.
The concert will feature contemporary Christian music for attendees of all ages and faiths. Circle of Truth Ministries has lined up local performers and ministers as well as a big name group to provide inspiration and entertainment.
"The pre-show will have music by Michi and D-Quick. Our opening act is Justus Martin. She is a local singer. We will have Dustin Woods, the executive pastor at Grace Bible Church, speaking to the crowd," Andrews said.
The main act for the Circle of Truth Ministries concert is the well-known group, Rush of Fools. The contemporary Christian/rock group has performed together since 2005 and found stardom with their 2007 hit "Undo". The five-member, all-male group incorporates contemporary sounds with faith-based lyrics to reach the masses.
The Circle of Truth Ministries concert is free and open to the public. The event will take place in downtown Sebring near Circle Park. The stage will be set up on North Ridgewood Drive facing Circle Park. Lawn chairs and blankets are welcomed. Pre-show begins at 6 p.m.
Andrews and the ministries crew are thrilled about the event and happy to be a part of the Sebring Centennial celebration.
"We have been doing this for five or six years," Andrews said. "It's going to be a great event and we hope everyone will join us."
For more information regarding the event, contact Andrews at 471-2228.
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