AbbeyFest 2017 welcomes back headliner Matt Maher for the annual faith and music festival on Saturday, Sept. 16 from noon to 10 p.m. at Daylesford Abbey in Paoli.
Joining Maher this year as co-headliner is Mandisa, a Grammy award winner and former American Idol competitor. Paul J. Kim, a jack-of-all-trades musician, comedian, rapper and “beatboxer,” will be the keynote speaker. Mike Mangione brings his bluesy jazz mix sound with a little Bob Dylan and a dash of Bruce Springsteen.
PJ Anderson makes a long anticipated appearance at AbbeyFest this year with his heart-felt lyrics that strike a chord and draw out those emotions we didn’t even know we have. Singer/songwriter Kyle Sinkule from Texas combines contemporary Christian music with a blend of folk, country and rock and roll. Making their fourth appearance at AbbeyFest is FireHill Worship praise band.
Every year AbbeyFest has elevated the quality of the musical lineup and we look forward to one of our best days ever, designed to bring faith, music and the family into an experience with Jesus.
In honor of Matt Maher’s return, we’re holding a flash ticket sale for up to 40% off on tickets while they last.
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