Special to the Bulletin
The number 7 conveys perfection or completion in biblical references, so planners said this week it is fitting that the final day of the Lucky No. 7 Brownwood Reunion Celebration feature a slate of Christian music.
Reunion organizers are inviting the community to worship with them on Sunday, Sept. 16, after attending church services at their chosen house of worship.
Lunch will be available at the Reunion Food Court across the street from Celebration Stage and Hometown Hero Stages where a variety of Christian music acts will perform. Sunday’s events begin at noon and continue until 5 p.m.
Sunday will be the final day of the seventh annual Brownwood Reunion Celebration, scheduled Sept. 14-16.
Celebration Stage will showcase several artists with roots in Brownwood, including headliner Coffey Anderson, nationally known artist and Bangs native.
Kicking off the Celebration State performances at 1:10 p.m. will be the Abundant Life Church Worship Team from Brownwood. The group’s signature sound is high-energy contemporary praise and worship music. According to Worship Pastor Scotty Crawford, the team’s purpose is to celebrate God’s presence with joy and sincerity.
Nikki Heath and Beyond Destiny will take the stage at 2 p.m. Nikki, an NCAA basketball national champion while a player at Texas Tech, is a contemporary Christian pop singer and songwriter whose original music is described as “fresh and exciting” by critics. Nikki, now the girls coordinator and head girls basketball coach at Brownwood High School, continues to perform all over Texas.
Beyond Destiny features three musicians who met as teachers and coaches in Sterling City. At 2:50, the Brown County’s Got Talent winner will be announced and perform, which will add to the variety of local talent displayed on Celebration Stage.
Anderson will take the stage at 3 p.m. and will debut his newest Gospel album, “The Inspiration.” Anderson now lives in Los Angeles and was a finalist in the hit TV series, “American Idol.”
Tickets for Sunday’s Celebration Stage entertainment are $5 in advance and $8 at the door with the gates opening at noon.
The Hometown Hero Stage will be packed with non-stop Spanish Christian music from noon until 5 p.m., featuring Moses Maldinado and the Centro de Adoracion y Alabanza Church of Brownwood, Resqued, Grupo Illegal, J.C. Revolution and G-Town Glorifiers.
In addition to the Christian music, a variety of activities including pony rides, midway, laser ops, military world and helicopter rides will be available for family enjoyment.
For more information, or to purchase tickets online, visit www.brownwoodtx.com or call 998-INFO (4636).