Groundbreaking 24 hour worship livestream event kicks off Sept 21st
Harvest Sound International kicks off a 24 hour livestream, Pure River at The Ryman, this afternoon (Mon, Sep 21st) at 1 pm ET featuring more than 45 artists performing at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. The event can be viewed free at harvestsound.com.
Pure River at the Ryman will feature leading artists from across a wide range of music, including Ricky Skaggs, Loretta Lynn, Alison Krauss, Michael W. Smith, The Katinas, Danny Gokey, Jason Crabb, Rhonda Vincent, Eddie James, Beckah Shae, Jason Upton, Michael Tait of Newsboys, Russ Taft, Mike Weaver, The Isaacs, Aaron and Amanda Crabb, and more. The worship event will be livestreamed live from the Ryman Auditorium for free throughout the two days of the event.
“I’m excited, to say the least, about an amazing thing that’s happening from the famous Ryman Auditorium,” Michael W. Smith shares. “Twenty-four hours of praise, focused around forgiveness, called Pure River. We expect God to do something great.”
“There’s a revival that’s taking place in our city of Nashville,” adds Jason Crabb. “You do not want to miss this. It’s a call to worship and a call to Jesus.”
Pure River at the Ryman will feature a wide collection of artists spanning across genres. Every half hour, on the historic Ryman stage, bands (semi-unplugged) will perform via the livestream.
Harvest Sound International, a Nashville based Biblically centered, creative community has served Nashville’s inner city and nations across the world through creative compassion for nearly three decades. Fueled by a passion for transforming culture through compassion and creativity we launch creatives into their ministry purpose equipped with the tools needed to thrive in culture.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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