Creation Fest to Feature Top UK Christian Musicians

Top Christian music artists will grace the stage in Devon this summer at Creation Fest, a Christian youth festival that turns the "being Christian is boring" stereotype on its head.

Published 23 May 2007
|PIC1|Top Christian music artists will grace the stage in Devon this summer at Creation Fest, a Christian youth festival that turns the "being Christian is boring" stereotype on its head.

The three-day event, held 3-5 August, is a free, fresh and 'funky' Christian youth festival which combines the interests of young people with the worship of God.

Creation Fest states its aim as being: "to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ through contemporary Christian music," as well as to "see Christians established in the basics of Christianity, the authority of the scripture proclaimed and Churches brought together in unity."

Creation Fest also includes teaching seminars, workshops, a skate park, sports and family activities - all within easy access to one of the UK's best surf beaches.

This year's line-up includes popular UK Christian artists Four Kornerz, Superhero, Universal Royalty, Lz7, Neil Wilson, dweeb, Electralyte, Glass Darkly, Narrowpath, Transition, MOD, Luma, Erin Starnes, Scott Cunningham, MIC, Monovision, amongst others.

Creation Fest was first held in 2002 as a one-day event but has since grown to a full three-day festival event owing to its huge success.

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