Over 36,000 attendees at the Joyful Noise Music Festival

Roseville, MN – On June 9 and 10, 98.5 KTIS hosted the ninth annual Joyful Noise, a Christian Music Family Festival at the National Sports Center in Blaine, MN. Joyful Noise featured some of the most popular Christian music artists in the country, including Switchfoot, For King & Country, Tenth Avenue North, Big Daddy Weave, Unspoken, We Are Messengers, and more.

Vicki LeClair, a KTIS listener, said Joyful Noise “Was a fabulous two days of pure epic music.”

In addition, Saturday featured a day of fun activities for the whole family. Just outside the stadium, a field filled with 30 giant inflatable toys greeted kids of all ages as well as an opportunity for families to join Schuler Shoes in lifting up our community through partner organizations like Union Gospel Mission and Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge.

“Joyful Noise is an amazing opportunity for people to hear just how much God loves them while celebrating under the KTIS umbrella. We couldn’t do this without our amazing sponsors, volunteers and team,” said Dave St. John, station manager for KTIS.

All graduating high school Seniors received free admission to Joyful Noise when they presented a diploma, graduation party invitation, or other item showing they’ve completed high school.

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