Benefit Concert for Camp Blessing featuring Ghost ShipBack to Events List
- June 1, 2018
- 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
- Location: First Presbyterian Church
- Room: Grand Hall
Help Support Camp Blessing and Enjoy Great Music from Ghost Ship!
Meet/greet for backstage pass start time: 6pm
Doors open: 7pm
Opening music starts: 7:30pm
Advance ticketing price: $12
VIP Pass for meet and greet: $25
Day-of tickets at the door: $15
About Camp Blessing:
Camp Blessing exists to show the hope of Jesus Christ to those with special needs, their caregivers, and the volunteers who serve them in a barrier-free camp environment emphasizing love, acceptance and fun.
Camp Blessing is an 11-year-old, award-winning, Christian summer camp ministry designed for children with special needs (physical/developmental/intellectual disabilities) to experience a week-long residential, barrier-free camp surrounding them with love, acceptance and fun. Since inception, more than 6,300 campers/volunteer counselors have experienced this life-changing ministry.
Check out Camp Blessing: campblessing.org
About Ghost Ship:
Ghost Ship is a deeply-rooted Americana folk band with a church-centered focus. With influences from Savannah to Stillwater, to the band's birthplace of Seattle in 2008, Ghost Ship's sound has maintained its southern charm while incorporating aspects of pop influences. Their well-received debut album The Good King, along with EPs A River With No End and Ghost Ship Live, were released through Mars Hill Music. Now on Gospel Song Records, the band has released an EP, Costly, and a full-length of the same name. While recording Costly, Ghost Ship helped plant a new church in Seattle's University District called Cross & Crown. They continue to do what they've always felt called to do: lead worship and write music that points to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Listen to Where Were You by Ghost Ship below!