Australian Christian band to hold live concert in Sarawak

The concert is organised by the state’s Kelab Belia Kristian Berwawasan, Christian Youth Holistic Ministry focusing on holistic development of Christian youth.

Philippines
Aug 08 2014, 2:35 PM
Australian Christian band to hold live concert in Sarawak
Planetshakers ‘Night of Fire’ live concert.

Christian youth in Malaysia’s Sarawak state are looking forward to Planetshakers ‘Night of Fire’ live concert at the Miri Indoor Stadium on August 12.

Planetshakers is a famous Australian?Christian rock?and worship band of contemporary Christian music.

The concert is organised by the state’s Kelab Belia Kristian Berwawasan (KBKB), Christian Youth Holistic Ministry focusing on holistic development of Christian youth.

Concert organising chairman and KBKB’s founder and president Bennet Sali said support of the concert had been overwhelming.

“KBKB’s objective has been achieved through this concert where 100 youths from different churches and denominations had become volunteers to make sure the concert goes smoothly and they also experienced great support from their church leaders and pastors.

“We believe if Christian youths are united, they are able to become role models to other youths out there,” he said.

He thanked all the support shown from Miri, Bintulu, Sibu, Kuching, Limbang as well as Kota Kinabalu adding the concert had been promoted at rural areas as KBKB does not want any youths from the rural areas to miss out.

Bennet said tickets for the concert are still available and urged those interested to get them as soon as possible as the stadium could only accommodate some 4,000 people.

“As it is not a fundraising concert, we only have flat-rate RM25 tickets just to cover our cost of organising the event. Children below 5 go in free,” he said.

Source: The Borneo Post

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