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Music Fest! 2023

"Music Fest" is a 3 1/2 day community event. It will be a fun-filled music experience! Take a test to see how well you know music. Learn how music impacts the mind, what the Bible says about it, and how Hollywood is using it to manipulate the masses. Journey through 1,500 years of music history ...

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Music Fest! 2023
Music Fest! 2023

Time & Location

Oct 05, 2023, 9:00 AM CDT – Oct 08, 2023, 5:00 PM CDT

Haleyville, 2585 Co Rd 20, Haleyville, AL 35565, USA

Guests

About the event

Christian Berdahl, Shepherd's Call Ministry

Scotty Mayer & Mikey Jenny, Little Light Studios

Jeremy Serrato, AdventAge Missions

Dr. Calvin Tait, Cognitive Neuroscience of Music

Join us for a fun-filled music experience! Take a test to see how well you know  music. Learn how music impacts the mind, what the Bible says about it, and how Hollywood is using it to manipulate the masses. Journey through 1,500 years of music history complete with music samples. It’s  an  audible  music  history  tour  that  will  open  your  eyes and ears like never before!

"Music Fest" is a 3 1/2 day community event. It starts at 9 A.M. on Thursday, October 5th. It ends at 3 P.M., October 8th. Thursday-Saturday, the speakers will present life-changing information on the topic of music. They will unveil Hollywood's master plan to use music to deceive the masses. There will also be testimonies of those who were once in the music and film industries. Bring your instruments because we will be playing music together! And on Sunday, we will open the floor for testimonies and special music.

Meals: Lunch is provided. It is potluck-style, so anyone can bring and add to the meals. Breakfast and 3rd meal is not provided, so you will have to bring your own food for these meal. (Our meals are plant-based.)

Lodging: We have a men's bunkhouse and woman's bunkhouses. The men's bunkhouse is on the second floor inside the main building. It consists of 9 twin-sized beds and plenty of extra space for cots and blowup mattresses. The woman's bunkhouse is on the second floor above the kitchen. It is a wooden deck that has space for cots and blowup mattresses. There is also another woman's bunkhouse in the camper on the north side of the building. It has 7 beds (4 twin, 2 full, 1 queen).

There is a large field just behind the big "Ark" building. This is the main designated area for camping. There will be a side door left unlocked for anyone who needs to use the restroom at night. There are plenty of outlets in the building that can be utilized to charge phone during the day.

There are no nearby motels, but we do have some Airbnb's that are somewhat nearby. 

Everything is free! Your generous donations keep these events free! However, we suggest giving a donation for the different services provided, which include the following:

Event admission is $25 per person, $50 per family.

Meals are $7 per person, per meal (1 meal per day).

The suggested donations for lodging are $5 for camping, per family, $5 to sleep on the decks, and $10 per bed.

The basic schedule is as follows:

Thursday: Christian Berdahl & Dr. Tait will be our main speakers. From 10 am to 8 pm

Friday: Christian Berdahl & Dr. Tait will be our main speakers. At 10 am, there will be an hour long science activity for the children. Mikey Jenny will give his testimony Friday evening.

Saturday: Christian and Scotty Mayer will be speaking in the morning. Jeremy will give his testimony in the afternoon. The speakers will all go up for a panel discussion in the evening.

Meals are served at approximately 1 pm daily.

NOTE:  If you are bringing young children, please keep them close by and away from the northside pond! Attendee assumes all risks and accepts sole responsibility for any injury (including, but not limited to, personal injury, disability, and death), illness, damage, loss, claim, liability or expense, of any kind, that attendee may experience or incur in connection with attending the event.

Bring a change of durable clothing and shoes if you want to hike and visit the caves.  You may also want to bring cash for the various vendors and ministries that will be selling books and other materials. 

Visit AdventAgeMissions.com or call Jeremy for more details (817) 344-9955).

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