Zach Williams Set to Perform at Space Coast CityFest Sunday, March 7

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WATCH: Zack Williams and Dolly Parton perform “There Was Jesus” at the 53rd Annual CMA Awards. Since their epic performance, the song has gained extraordinary momentum and has become Williams’ most consumed song to date along with the title track from his 2019 album, Rescue Story.

BREVARD COUNTY • VIERA, FLORIDA – Zach Williams, one of christian country music’s leading artists, will perform on Sunday, March 7 during the Space Coast CityFest at Space Coast Daily Park in Viera on Florida’s Space Coast. 

Williams will close the two-day, family festival when he performs at around 8 p.m. Admission and parking are free for the festival at Space Coast Daily Park.

This will be a fun-filled day of music, action sports, activities for kids, and multiple opportunities for individuals to hear a powerful message of hope in Jesus Christ. Bring your family, friends and neighbors.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

4 p.m. | Family Fun Stage Program
5 p.m. | Action Sports Demo
6 p.m. | Main Stage Program begins:

Saturday, March 6: Social Club Misfits, Mandisa, Andrew Palau & Casting Crowns

Sunday, March 7: Mac Powell, Andy Mineo, Andrew Palau, & Zach Williams

9:30 p.m. | Programs Ends

No coolers or outside beverages may be brought into the festival.

Space Coast City Fest organizers are seeking volunteers and you can attend a live training event or you can complete the training right now online HERE.

Williams and Dolly Parton performed “There Was Jesus” at the 53rd Annual CMA Awards. Since their epic performance, the song has gained extraordinary momentum and has become Williams’ most consumed song to date along with the title track from his 2019 album, Rescue Story.

When I first heard ‘There Was Jesus,’ it was one of the best songs I’d ever heard,” Parton shares about being featured on the song.

She continues, “I loved Zach’s voice, and at that time I wanted to do something more uplifting. I felt like it was a Godsend, so I thought yes, this is my record and I’m going to sing with him on it! I’m really proud of how it turned out. I think people are going to get a blessing out of it. I know I have.”

Regarding Williams’ experience working with Dolly Parton, from recording the song to performing it live on the CMA Awards to ultimately filming the music video, he says, “Dolly has been a champion since day one of this song. I never thought in a million years this would happen, and the entire experience working with her has truly been an honor and a privilege. I cannot wait to share the song and video with all of you.”

Williams’ powerful and poignant journey spans how a boy with a storybook childhood filled with wonderfully nurturing parents, a strong and supportive grounding in the church, and a warm and loving local community was seduced away by the illusion of rock stardom, and the drug and alcohol excesses that can so often accompany that lifestyle.

Zach William’s music pulls from the hard luck truths of outlaw country, the dirt-road grit of southern rock, the contemporary roots music of alt-country artists, and a firm grounding in classic and contemporary Christian artists that stretches back to his dad’s old Petra records. His songs enlighten and uplift, revealing powerful transformative moments and stirring affirmations to stay on God’s path.

Have questions about CityFest? See if you can find your answer here.

What is CityFest? CityFest with Andrew Palau is focused on proclaiming the Good News and celebrating the increased service in the last year to the communities of Brevard County. The campaign has been about encouraging unity and collaboration across all communities, denominations, and ethnicities. Thousands of volunteers from churches, businesses, and organizations came together to meet tangible needs across the region. We’re excited to come together in unity, service, and proclamation showing the community at large the joy, peace, love, and grace of Jesus Christ.

Does CityFest cost anything? No. The best things in life are free. This is a gift to the community from the over 190 churches and organizations that have come together to make CityFest a reality. No tickets are required.

What is your COVID plan? Check out our COVID-19 Protocol here.

When will festivities begin? We’ll start both days at 4pm!

What can I bring in? We’re glad you asked. This is important information. There are no seats available on site so plan to bring your lawn chairs and blankets if you want a place to sit. Strollers, wagons, and walkers are welcome. Personal golf carts are NOT permitted on festival grounds.

What can I definitely NOT bring in? Leave the canopies and umbrellas at home. No outside food allowed. There will be reasonably priced food and drinks available.

Where do I park? Free parking will be available across Stadium Parkway. You assume all risk and responsibility on where you park. See parking map below.

Who are the artists? Social Club Misfits, Andy Mineo, Mandisa, Mac Powell, Casting Crowns, and Zach Williams. Maybe you’ve heard of them. They’re kind of a big deal. Learn more about them here.

Will the artists give autographs? Due to COVID, artists will not be doing meet and greets or signing autographs.

Are pets allowed? We will allow for service dogs who are clearly marked with their work vest and on 4′ leash at all times. Please do not bring any other animals with you.

Will there be ATMS on site? Yes!

Will there be food on site? Definitely! We will have multiple local food trucks and vendors on site with food to purchase! Vendors will take cash and ATMS will be available onsite. No outside food or beverages may be brought into Space Coast Daily Park.

Can I sign up to volunteer? Absolutely! A variety of positions are still available for you to invest your heart and skills. Learn more here.

What do I do in case of a medical emergency? The first aid tent will be identified by a large red and white flag. If you should need first aid and can’t make it to the tent, please contact the nearest Safety Team member (look for the red shirts)..

What do I do if I find something? If an item is found, it should be given to the nearest Safety Team member (look for the red shirts).

Is there WiFi? There is no public WiFi available, but we’d love for you to share your photos with the hashtag #SpaceCoastCityFest

Can I buy artist or LPA merchandise? Sure thing. All merchandise will be available for sale at the merchandise tent.

Where are the restrooms? Restrooms will be located all over the festival site. See map above for more details.

What’s security like? Strong and nice and brave and cool. Security will be stationed throughout the festival site. In the event of a security problem, notify a member of our Security Staff or Safety Team (look for the red shirts).

What’s wheelchair assistance/seating like? There will be an area next to the sound mixing tent in the middle of the field reserved for those in wheelchairs.

Will there be sign language interpretation? Sign language interpretation will be provided at the main stage as well as in the Family Fun Zone and Action Sports area. The mainstage interpretation area is beside the sound mixing tent in the middle of the field.

Space Coast City Fest organizers are seeking volunteers and you can attend a live training event or you can complete the training right now online HERE.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

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