WINONA LAKE — The Booth Brothers are coming to Winona Lake for a joint concert featuring The Guardians.
The performance is scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 25 at the Winona Heritage Room, (formerly known as the Rodeheaver Auditorium).
The Booth Brothers are a trio known for their harmony-drenched vocals and warm, easy voices. Ronnie Booth, Michael Booth, and Paul Lancaster make up this award-winning trio. Their God-given talent has garnered them numerous awards including Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Trio of the Year, Favorite Artist of the Year and many others. The group has a unique ability to communicate through song and humor. They appreciate the opportunity to meet their friends and fans at their concerts and other special events.
The Guardians have claimed their place as one of America’s favorite Southern Gospel groups with a string of hits like Packin’ Up, Shoutin’ Sounds, Somebody Prays, and recent No. 1 single in March of 2018, Present in the Presence of the King. Group members, Neil Uhrig, John Darin Rowsey, Dean Hickman, and Pat Barker are committed to glorifying the name of the Lord through song. Their collective mission is to share the gospel of Jesus Christ, sing songs that minister to people’s hearts and touch lives.
Tickets are available at iTickets.com or by calling 1-800-965-9324. Artist Circle Tickets are $25 and General Admission Tickets are $15.