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Concerts, fireworks this Saturday

The Oak Ridge Boys will bring their high-energy stage show to Zebulon on Saturday, June 26 at Christ Chapel as they perform classic gospel, country and patriotic music outside the church for the Celebrate America event. Jason Hoard will also perform live music. The fun and festivities will start at 5 p.m. with water slides, inflatables and games for kids as well as food trucks and vendors. Everyone is encouraged to bring chairs and enjoy the show, the fun and the fireworks at dark. ’The concert is going to be phenomenal. We want people to know that even though this is at Christ Chapel, this is a community event because that’s what Christ Chapel is all about,’ said Chad Loyd. ‘You don’t have to go to our church, we just want to pull together as a community and celebrate America!’ The Oak Ridge Boys’ hits include the pop chart-topper Elvira, as well as Bobbie Sue, Dream On, Thank God For Kids, American Made, I Guess It Never Hurts To Hurt Sometimes, Fancy Free, Y’All Come Back Saloon and many others. They’ve scored 12 gold, three platinum and one double platinum album, plus one double platinum single and more than a dozen national Number One singles and more than 30 Top Ten hits. Parking will be in the large field across Old Zebulon Road from the church and no drugs, alcohol or tobacco is allowed. The concerts, fireworks and kids entertainment are free but participants may want to bring cash to spend at the food trucks and vendors or for Celebrate America t-shirts that will be for sale. ’We’re just trying to bring some normality back after the pandemic. We want to continue to give back to our community and show them the love. We are trying to be the light for our community,’ said Loyd. ‘With everything that’s been going on, we want people to know that the love of Jesus still brings hope and changes lives.’

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