Christian music festivals are often characterized by more than just music; many feature motivational speakers, workshops, and seminars on spiritual topics and evangelism. While the central theme of a Christian festival is Jesus Christ, the core appeal of Christian music festival remains to be that of the artists and their music.
Take this year’s FOUND Music Festival and its theme that is mainly centered on “a purpose beyond the daily grind.” Much of today’s teaching and philosophy say that we can find our purpose in ourselves: we define our own lives, our own reality, our own truth – that we create our own purpose and that we are responsible to piece our lives together. But Jesus says something utterly different. He said: I am the way, the truth and the life. Through this statement, Jesus tells us to pursue a different kind of purpose – the kind that is more eternal and long-lasting. In this essence, FOUND aims to be known as a non- denominational and highly experiential movement that seeks to inspire, engage, and motivate. While the festival’s immediate audience includes members of Christian organizations, it also serves as a platform for secular entities to appreciate music and art.
After its massive success, FOUND is coming back this February 08, 2020 and is heading south for its second music festival. To be held at Filinvest City Events Grounds, FOUND’s year 2 will feature Christian folk rock band Rend Collective and worship group Citipointe Live, together with local acts such as IV of Spades, The Ransom Collective, Leanne and Naara, TFTI, Johann Mendoza, New Life Music, and Victory Worship.
Tickets now available at SM Tickets Ticketnet, TicketWorld, and www.foundmusicfest.com