Building 429 with special guest Stars Go Dim at Celebration Sunday at Waterfront Jam
Sunday, April 28, 2019
Admission is FREE with a 2019 Pegasus Pin.
The Kentucky Derby Festival Waterfront Jam will include live music on two stages at Kroger’s Fest-a-Ville featuring nearly 30 local and regional bands and 7 national acts beginning Thursday, April 25. Admission to all concerts will be FREE with a 2019 Pegasus Pin. Kroger’s Fest-a-Ville is open from Thursday, April 25, to Friday, May 3. Fest-a-Ville and Chow Wagon Hours are 11 AM – 11 PM, except Sunday 12 PM – 10 PM.
Building 429 is a Grammy nominated Christian rock band who were named New Artist of the Year by the Gospel Music Association in 2005. They are best known for they’re smash singles like No. 1 songs, “Where I Belong” and “Glory Defined”.
Formed in 2007 as a mainstream pop band, today Stars Go Dim is the moniker for Christian pop artist and songwriter Chris Cleveland. After years at the helm of an acclaimed independent secular band and more than a decade leading worship at Tulsa’s Asbury United Methodist Church—one of America’s largest congregations—Cleveland found success in the Christian format with his self-titled debut album. The singer has garnered three Top 5 hits and a massive No. 1 radio smash with “You Are Loved.” In addition, Stars Go Dim has toured with for KING & COUNTRY, Lauren Daigle and Phil Wickham, among others, and has been featured on the Winter Jam Tour Spectacular.