'˜I Am Free' concert at St Columb's Hall on Sunday

A 13 piece band who sing praise and worship music will play a Summer concert on Sunday night.

Thursday, 23rd June 2016, 8:48 am
Updated Thursday, 23rd June 2016, 10:52 am
The I Am Band.

After the roaring success of their debut concert, ‘I AM Alive’, the group ‘I AM’ return to the iconic St Columb’s Hall with ‘I AM FREE’ on Sunday 26th June.

The band consists of some of Derry’s finest musicians, with six lead vocalists, all creating a dynamic and innovative sound.

With their soul focus on the love of God through praise and worship music, ‘I AM’ have a simplistic faith and don’t proclaim to be perfect Christians, quite the contrary.

Not belonging to any church or religious organisation, ‘I AM’ stand alone with the burning passion to move forward fearlessly, in a society and culture where expression of faith may not be considered ‘the coolest thing’ to do.

This is the ideal family event to end the school year and kick off the summer, with a celebration of music and the love of God. This will be a show fit for a king. Please join I AM on their journey, and be a part of something truly spectacular this summer in our city.

Tickets available at Veritas, Hendersons, or you can book online at: ticketssource.co.uk/iam