Concerts begin at 7 p.m. in the Tabernacle. Come early and enjoy our weekly smorgasbords, or grab a light dinner or ice cream in the Snack Barn. The Snack Barn will reopen for one hour after each concert.

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June 29: Sacandaga Bible Conference staff

The Sacandaga Bible Conference summer staff is made up of about four dozen teens and young adults from all across the East Coast, with many from right here in Fulton, Montgomery and Saratoga counties. During the week, they’re counselors, maintenance workers, lifeguards, kitchen staffers and other employees, but for the first Saturday of summer, they come together in one voice of praise. Worship along with them, and hear some of their stories as they begin a summer of ministering to our families and young people. Concert begins at 7 p.m. in the Tabernacle; free.

Smorgasbord opens at 5 p.m., $12 adults.

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July 6: Matt Hammitt

Matt Hammitt, was the lead singer and songwriter for Dove Award-winning two time Grammy-nominated band Sanctus Real. During that time, the band released eight albums under Sparrow Records, toured internationally and released 14 Top 5 and #1 singles to Christian radio, making the band a household name among Christian music fans worldwide. In February, 2016, Matt played his final show with Sanctus Real. Matt has been married to his wife Sarah for sixteen years, and together they have four children. Birthed from his own struggles, one of Matt’s greatest passions has become ministering to broken families.“Tears”, the first radio single, broke into the Billboard Christian Airplay Top 50 chart within two weeks of its debut. His current single, “He Always Wins” is a worship anthem that is quickly being sung in churches around the globe. Concert begins at 7 p.m. in the Tabernacle; free.

Smorgasbord opens at 5 p.m., $12 adults.

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July 13: The Family Sowell

The Family Sowell is an award winning,  first generation bluegrass band based in Knoxville, Tennessee.  They perform a variety of bluegrass and acoustic music ranging from traditional to mainstream to Gospel across the country and in Eastern Europe.  They feature beautiful family harmony, driving instrumentals, and heartfelt new originals.  Most recently, The Family Sowell placed first in the 2019 SPBGMA International Band Championship in Nashville, Tennessee.  Not only that, but their latest album, “from Texas to Tennessee,” was #5 on Bluegrass Todays’ “Dave’s Dozen” albums of 2018.  You never know what will happen during their show, so be ready for a toe-tapping, heart-touching, fun time! Concert begins at 7 p.m. in the Tabernacle; free. 

Smorgasbord opens at 5 p.m., $12 adults.

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July 20: This Hope

This Hope, a unique gospel quintet, began in the small town of Soldotna, south-central Alaska. In June 1996, after a year of prayer and planning, the five founding members felt God leading them to full-time ministry, first in a year-long Alaskan tour, then in the lower 48 states. They settled in Atlanta in 1997. They sing a unique blend of a capella and accompanied music with intricate harmony and a fun style. Their mission is to direct people to the person of Jesus Christ. Concert begins at 7 p.m. in the Tabernacle; free.

Smorgasbord opens at 5 p.m., $12 adults.

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July 27: Tim Lovelace

As a Grammy and Dove nominated artist, Tim Lovelace is a nationally sought after storyteller and musician has been described as the most versatile comedian on stage today. His award-winning musical talents, coupled with his crystal clean humor, have people of all ages laughing their ribs loose! Concert begins at 7 p.m. in the Tabernacle; free.

Smorgasbord opens at 5 p.m., $12 adults.

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August 3: Soul’d Out Quartet

Soul’d Out Quartet travels the country with a mission of evangelism and discipleship to not only win souls for Christ by telling the world “what the world doesn’t know”, but also to further strengthen and encourage God’s people to be the salt and light to the world and ambassadors for Christ, that we are each called to be and to exhort God’s people to be servants with hearts on fire! Concert begins at 7 p.m. in the Tabernacle; free.

Smorgasbord opens at 5 p.m., $12 adults.

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August 10: Gold City Quartet

Gold City  is synonymous with setting the standard for male quartets since their inception in 1980. Many have tried to pattern their style and sound, but there’s only one Gold City. Theirs is a stellar career with numerous number one songs, fan and industry awards, and prestigious honors. Yet this Alabama-based group remains down-to-earth, grounded in their southern roots, and committed to continuing their mission of delivering power-packed four-part harmonies and singing songs that are meaningful, entertaining, inspiring, and uplifting.

Concert begins at 7 p.m. in the Tabernacle; free

Smorgasbord opens at 5 p.m., $12 adults.

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August 31: The Lindsey Family

Music started in the Lindsey Family home long before any of the children came along. Alan “Skip” Lindsey has been playing guitar, singing, rallying group songs around campfires, and leading worship in churches for more than 20 years. His wife, Tammy, complements his talent with vocals and so began a long line of musicians and singers. Concert begins at 7 p.m. in the Tabernacle; free.

Smorgasbord opens at 5 p.m., $12 adults.