SoulFest 2020 Postponed
May 6, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Rachel Templar
SoulFest 2020 Postponed
New England’s Premier Christian Music Festival Postponed to 2021
Gilford, NH (May 6, 2020) – New Sound Concerts is postponing its 23rd annual SoulFest celebration in light of the uncertainty regarding reopening restrictions due to COVID-19. For the safety of all patrons, partners, volunteers, vendors, staff, and surrounding community New England’s premier Christian music festival will postpone until August 5-7, 2021. SoulFest draws thousands of attendees from all over New England and beyond, many of whom camp onsite at Gunstock throughout the festival.
Gunstock Camping staff will be reaching out to all individuals who have camping reservations for SoulFest 2020 to determine if they want to keep, move, or otherwise adjust their camping plans. If anyone has questions about camping, feel free to email email@example.com.
All pre-purchased tickets for the 2020 festival will be honored for the 2021 festival. New Sound Concerts, the 501c3 behind SoulFest, is working with agents to rebook the full lineup for the 2021 festival. The 2020 lineup featured GRAMMY and Dove-Award Winning Christian artists Casting Crowns and Lecrae. Also confirmed for 2020 was Crowder, Matt Maher, Corey Asbury, Big Daddy Weave, Andy Mineo, Unspoken, We The Kingdom, Evan Craft, Social Club Misfits, Propaganda, Gawvi, Disciple, Oh, Sleeper among others listed at thesoulfest.com.
In line with New Sound Concerts’ dedication to bring Music, Love & Action to the forefront of SoulFest, it hosts a speaking series, featuring local and international speakers. The “Soul University” series is designed to converse with and engage the SoulFest audience in the arts, modern culture, as well as, awareness leading to action in fighting social injustice.
More than music the festival’s beautiful location and amenities draw all ages to enjoy outdoor activities and adventures including a zipline, mountain coaster, rock climbing, an aerial treetop adventure, climbing walls, Segway tours, and more. Plus, festival specific activities such as open mics, guided nature walks, outdoor games and inflatables, art and faith installations, fair-trade vendors and shopping, educational exhibitions.
Tickets and upgrades will remain on sale now through the 2021 festival so that patrons can help New Sound Concerts endure the heavy impact COVID-19 has had on the events industry. For more information about the festival, ticket or to donate visit www.TheSoulFest.com.
About Gunstock Mountain Resort: Located in Gilford, New Hampshire, and boasting spectacular mountaintop views of Lake Winnipesaukee and the Ossipee Range, Gunstock Mountain Resort is one of the largest four season recreation areas in the state, and one of the oldest, opening its doors in 1937. Gunstock was the first New England ski area to install a chairlift, offers 1,400 vertical feet, 227 acres and 48 alpine and freestyle trails, plus 50km of dog-friendly cross country, snowshoe, and fat bike trails. Gunstock’s campground has 290 sites, cozy cabins, and RV/trailer hookups, providing outdoor accommodation for kids of all ages when they stay and play at the mountain. For additional information please visit: www.gunstock.com , www.facebook.com/gunstockmtn, www.instagram.com/gunstockmtn, www.twitter.com/gunstockmtn