Nashville-based sibling ensemble Annie Moses Band has announced the 2019 dates for their annual Annie Moses Summer Music Festival. The highly-anticipated event has become the centerpiece for the band's vision for the arts and the mission of the Annie Moses Band's music education 501(c)3 non-profit, the Annie Moses Foundation, and will be held July 14-21 at The Factory in Franklin, Tenn., just south of Nashville.
Celebrating its 15thyear in July, the Annie Moses Summer Music Festival is a performing arts-intensive for young musicians, designed to give students life-changing experiences of real-world excellence while building life-long friendships and taking their art form to the next level and has drawn participants from across the country and the world. Open to the public as a ticketed events, over 200 young performers will gather to put on five shows over a single week, written, directed, and arranged by members of Annie Moses Band.
"The Annie Moses Band is leading an artistic renaissance through the strength of family and a message of faith, inspiring all generations to join in the beauty and excitement of highly skilled musicianship," shares band member Annie Dupre. "Our vision is to populate the stages of the world with highly skilled musicians who have a heart for the Kingdom of God. The Annie Moses Foundation programs are an opportunity for us to fulfill our purpose - together."
Currently, Annie Moses Band is preparing for the release of their upcoming album, Under the Tree of Life, which is coming later this fall. The upcoming holiday season the band is also hitting the road on the "Christmas with Annie Moses Band" tour with Joshua Carswell, which will bring the band's music across the country.
For tickets and more information about the 2019 Annie Moses Summer Music Festival, please visit the official festival website.