Demense is set to come alive with a massive free outdoor
concert at the beginning of June.
Megalife U+2 Megapraise will feature six
bands including One Hundred Hours (UK/USA), RPM (UK, Mm
Bradford), Johnny Parks Band (NI), Compass (Norway), Adrian
Styer (South Africa) and Mark Ferguson Band (NI), and the
speaker will be Tre Shepherd (USA) in the Christian
alternative to the huge summer gigs which are now so
The man behind the venture, which is
expected to attract thousands of young people from across
Northern Ireland, is Wilson Archer, a former police officer,
who now spends his time spreading the gospel from a
36-year-old bright orange camper van .
The gates of Moira Demense will be open
on Saturday, June 7, from 4.30pm - 10.30pm for what promises
to be an exciting day.
"The music will be lively and modern - to
be enjoyed by all ages and members of every community, no
one will be excluded" said Wilson.
Mr Archer said he hoped young people would
take .a positive message from the event. There will be a
clear spiritual focus and Tre Shepherd, the lead singer in
the band OneHundredHours, will be speaking. He continued:
"The concert is free and because of that everyone has the
liberty to come along and make up their own mind -they can
leave with no cost if it's not for them. There will be no
alcohol and it will be a safe and positive environment to
relax and enjoy great music."
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