Christian Bands Unite to Lead Meaningful Worship Experience: Photogallery

View PhotogalleryTwo iconic bands, Audio Adrenaline and Kutless, came together for a concert at Trinity on April 12. The performance was one of the bands’ many stops on their Change a Life Tour through 33 different cities across the United States. More than 500 people attended the show, which also included performances by Finding Favour and Shine Bright Baby.

The featured bands played a mix of newly-released singles and crowd favorites, putting on a show filled with energy and passionate worship. After the show, band members stuck around to greet fans, sign autographs, and take pictures.

Student Krista Fopma ’15 from Sully, Iowa, volunteered to sell merchandise for the show. It was her first time seeing the bands perform live. “As volunteers we got free t-shirts and got to hang out with a few of the Kutless band members for a while after we helped them pack up,” she said. “It was neat to hear about their experiences and the band as well as be able to relate to them, chill, and have a good time.”

Callie Bunker ’16 of Delevan, Wisconsin, also volunteered to help. “The concert was more of a time of worship to the Lord than it was a concert, which is something I greatly appreciated,” she said. “I was inspired by the friendliness and the genuine attitudes that the bands showed to me and to all of their fans.”

“This event served as a way to refresh myself in God’s worship,” said Eva Miller ’17 of Nappanee, Indiana. “I walked out of the chapel that night feeling refreshed, blessed, and purely happy.”