Chip and Joanna Gaines are gearing up to host their annual fall festival “Silobration” and the popular couple announced that this year’s event will feature Christian entertainment.
Silobration is a free annual celebration for families that features vendors, food trucks and daytime activities. Slated for Oct. 18–20, Christian duo Johnnyswim and Drew Holcomb will be performing in concert on Friday and Saturday nights. The concerts will be the only ticketed Silobration events.
“From day one when we bought this place, our heart was for when people come here, and when you guys leave, your hearts are full of hope,” Joanna Gaines said at last year’s festival.
Chip Gaines took to social media to announce the performance by his friends Johnnyswim. The husband-and-wife led musical group consists of Abner Ramirez and Amanda Sudano, daughter of the late Donna Summer.
“These 2.. Wow! If u haven’t seen @JOHNNYSWIM in concert, PLEASE do urself a favor. They may be ‘the next big thing’ but to jo&me, they’re much more than that. They’re inspiring, & they’re our friends. If u need a place to see them come hang with us @ this years #silobration in Waco!” Gaines said in a Twitter post.
These 2.. Wow! If u havnt seen @JOHNNYSWIM in concert, PLEASE do urself a favor. They may be “the next big thing” but to jo&me, they’re much more than that. They’re inspiring, &they’re our friends. If u need a place to see them come hang with us @ this years #silobration in Waco! pic.twitter.com/rh6jnUrqtI
— Chip Gaines (@chipgaines) September 18, 2018
Along with the annual festival, the Gaines have also recently invited a pastor and his congregation to hold their Sunday services on the lawn of Magnolia Market at the Silos.
Pastor Jimmy Dorrell and his congregation at Church Under the Bridge regularly meet under a Texas highway bridge for Sunday services but due to construction, they’re being forced to relocate. The Gaines offered Dorrell the use of the lawn at their Magnolia Market at the Silos for services, free of charge.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law