SoulFest helps us celebrates our faith through music and experience growth through workshops and fellowship. Held each August in the picturesque mountains and lakes region of Gilford, New Hampshire at Gunstock Mountain Resort. Gunstock provides an idyllic setting for this one-of-a-kind celebration gathering 8,000 attendees and more than 100 artists and speakers. The 2022 Lineup includes: Skillet, for KING & COUNTRY, Zacj Williams, Crowder, We The Kingdom, We Are Messengers, Peter Furler, Colton Dixon, Anne Wilson, Evvie McKinney, Katy Nichole, Seventh Day Slumber, Oh, Sleeper, Remedy Drive, Spoken, Ben Fuller, VOTA, Gable Price and Friends, Dan Russell, Saved by Skarlet, Collington, Ryan Tremblay, Right Hand Shade, Justin McRoberts, Paul Colman, Sarina Heroy, ØM-53, Bob McCarthy, James Montgomery, Jeff Senour & Called To Serve, Boiling Point and more.
If you don’t know Jen, she’s a talented Christian artist, member of the UB fam, one of the directors for UB’s upcoming concert, and a worship leader at Impact Church! She’s graduated from Berklee, was awarded the Season 5 Winner of The Voice on Snapchat, and can be found performing, leading worship, and influencing the next generation all over the New England area.
Visit Jen’s website here.
Listen to her music here.
Get your tickets to see Jen (and tons of other acts) at Soulfest here.
Want to learn more about Soulfest?
With 4 stages, delicious food vendors, and the biggest names in Christian music you’ll find yourself in a relaxing and life-giving atmosphere around like-minded believers. This will be Soulfest’s last festival at its historic Gunstock Resort, so it will be one to remember. The music continues in 2023 at a new venue.
What are you waiting for?! Fun for the whole family, onsite camping, worship sessions, panel discussions, and even a magic show for the kiddos, there is something for everyone in your group. You deserve a relaxing getaway in the mountains of NH- and what better reason to get away than to WORSHIP!
Watch Jen Aldana perform twice at Soulfest:
- Thursday, August 4th at 4:30PM – Deeper Well Stage
- Saturday, August 6th at 4PM – Mountain Top Stage
For more info visit Soulfest’s website here.
Purchase your *Discounted Tickets* with Jen’s link for friends & family (that’s you!) here.
Stay connected! Follow her journey at @jenaldanamusic
See you at Soulfest!
In 2021, A Christmas Celtic Sojourn will be both live on-stage and virtual for you to enjoy. Our goal is to be there for you again this holiday season as we reemerge. We will sing together our familiar songs, and as always, introduce new traditional material.
Live performances this year are limited, so tickets will be at a premium. We will open on December 14th with two shows at the Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport followed by just five shows at the Cutler Majestic Theatre on the weekend of December 17, 18, and 19.
Tickets for A Virtual Christmas Celtic Sojourn are on sale now, playing Dec. 17-26. Following the concert, you will have access to the stream as a Video on Demand, to enjoy again and again, until January 2nd.
Join Caleb McCoy & friends as he performs his album, Render Unto Caesar. Caleb McCoy welcomes you alongside some amazing leaders in the city as we celebrate SOMETHING NEW! A new album, new community initiatives, and new and practical ways to get educated and get involved with restorative work in Boston. There will be a concert, networking and appetizers, and voices from the city who will edify and encourage us to get involved in different areas of civic engagement. This event will be at the Meeting House in Dorchester, and hosted by the Emmanuel Gospel Center.
NewCity Church, in collaboration with local community leaders, organizations and businesses, is hosting, HOPE IS RISING. Join us for a free drive-in concert event designed as a safe space for people of color and allies to recharge and be inspired.
Enjoy listening to a live band with special musical guests, celebrate the Black culture, and listen to a panel discussion, “My City and Me,” moderated by Rev. Devlin Scott with panelists, Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller, Newton Police Department Chief David MacDonald, Newton Police Department Public Information Officer Lt. Bruce Apotheker, METCO Specialist and Newton Public Schools Teacher Katani Sumner, and members of Newton’s Coalition of Black Residents.
UniteBoston is a key partner for this event and will be coordinating volunteers – contact Joel Putnam at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to volunteer.
Social distancing will be observed. Masks are required. Limited spots available – sign up here!