for KING & COUNTRY Brings Hope and Joy As the Sun Sets in the Twin Cities

On a beautiful fall weekend with temperatures in the 70’s, hundreds of 98.5 KTIS listeners worshipped during a drive-in concert with for KING & COUNTRY in the parking lot of a Twin Cities church. For many, it was the first time in 7 months they were able to worship in-community.

Demand for “getting back to normal” was high as the first concert sold-out in just a few hours. The band was generous to add an encore performance a second night.

“My favorite part of the concert was experiencing the energy of the crowd, something we’ve missed this year, especially seeing my kids shed the burden of 2020 as they worshipped with others and expressed joy.” – Gianna

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