Sheldon, Iowa — You’ve got two opportunities to spend a night with RiseFest founder and president of Rise Ministries Rob Roozeboom and his friends next week.
RiseFest is the annual Christian Music Festival in Sheldon. And as the preparations are being made for this summer’s event Roozeboom says they’ve got a couple of special “Rise with Rob” mini-events coming up.
He says it’s at Memorial Auditorium in Worthington. And actually, according to Roozeboom, the night before — on Friday, March 24th, they’ll have the same show at the Roof Garden Ballroom in Arnolds Park.
Jason Gray actually lived in southwest Minnesota. He lived in the Mankato area until his move to Nashville in 2015. His hits have included such songs as “When I Say Yes,” “Good to Be Alive,” and “Remind Me Who I Am.”
Mike Donehey is from Tenth Avenue North who split up in 2020. His recent solo hits have included “All Together” and “Unity Hymn.” With Tenth Avenue North, he had a number-one hit in 2010 with “You Are More” and another one in 2017 with “Control (Somehow You Want Me).”
Back in 2000, Mark Schultz had a big hit with “He’s My Son”. He has had several number-one hits including “Walking Her Home” and “Letters from War.”
Roozeboom says the artists will share their music, how it’s inspired, and more. Tickets are $18, and kids 10 and under are free. Also, he says you can save two dollars per ticket when you buy four or more.