Office of the Chaplain brings artist as part of Worship Concert Series
ROME, Ga. – September 28, 2017 – The Gray Havens are a husband/wife duo based out of Nashville, TN, and they will be coming to Berry College on Sunday, October 29th. The show will be in place of the regularly scheduled College Church chapel service. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the show will begin at 7 p.m. with an opener. The opener will be the Chattanooga-based band Drakeford.
The Gray Havens are set to perform at 7:45 p.m. Admission is free with a Berry ID, $15 for guests, and there is also special ticketing for youth groups planning to attend. For a flat rate of $20 per group, local youth groups may bring as many students as they like. Seating is general admission.
The Gray Havens is made up of Dave and Licia Radford, who have been touring since the release of their third album, Ghost of a King. The husband/wife duo have been writing music and performing since 2013 and have since spent time touring nationwide. The couple has “a knack for creating a listening experience similar to paging through your favorite book, with richly textured compositions and multi-layered lyrics,” to quote from their website.
The duo is similar to that of artists the Office of the Chaplain has previously hosted, including Jenny & Tyler, Ellie Holcomb, and I Am They.
Berry College’s Office of the Chaplain has been running the Worship Concert Series for multiple years now, bringing in artists like Passion, Rend Collective, and John Mark McMillan, to name a few. This concert series aims to provide an environment for students and the Berry community to come together, worship, and enjoy nights of fellowship.
This event is open to the public.
Written by Berry College Chaplain’s Office Promotions Manager Jenna Johnson
Published on Berry College’s Website