The theme of the 2010 NightVision Music Festival is “A Holy Nation.” Artists joining Michael W. Smith and Third Day will include Kutless, Leeland, Matthew West, Tye Tribbett, Chuck Day, MikesChair, Bluetree, and 2010 Dove Award Female Artist of the Year, Francesca Battistelli.
Guest speakers are Praise Him Ministries‘ founder and director Victoria Hearst (grand-daughter of the late newspaper mogul William Randolph Hearst) and Nick Vujicic.
NightVision’s Event Director, Lucretia Church, describes the 2-day festival as an evangelical tool geared toward sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ and reaching the lost through various forms of family-friendly entertainment. The festival is intended to bring families together in unity.
The event will feature activities for all ages including a comedy tent, worship stage, kid’s corner, workshops, carnival rides and, as the event finale, fireworks.
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