St. Paul’s Lutheran Church to host ‘Summer Blast’ festival June 24

Heaven Sown, a Huron Township based band, are slated to play at the St. Paul’s Summer Blast festival on June 24. (Photo/Heaven Sown Facebook page)

Plans for four Michigan-based bands to appear at St. Paul’s Lutheran third annual Summer Blast on Saturday, June 24 have been finalized.

The church is located at 19109 Craig St in New Boston, MI.

Unbroken, a traditional contemporary christian praise group from Temperance, performs an array of hymns to popular radio songs, as heard on Smile FM and K-Love.  Unbroken has been with Summer Blast from the beginning.

After Blue, a duo from the mid-Michigan area, is a self-described “indie band with eclectic musical styles.”  Their music reflects influences from jazz to rock.

Bay City’s TSA (The Savior’s Army) offers a christian rock sound, drawing from almost every musical genre.  This will be their first appearance at St. Paul’s Summer Blast.

Rounding out the line-up is New Boston’s own Heaven Sown. These local guys give a christian rock, contemporary, family-fun performance. 

Admission to the festival is free. 

In addition to the all-day musical line-up, other attractions at St. Paul’s free community event will be inflatables, including a water slide, Huron Township Fire Department’s obstacle course, gaga Ball, face painting, free food and more.  The entire surrounding community is invited to attend starting at 12:30 p.m., with the first band slated to begin at 12:45 p.m.

Source: Melissa Lange

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