Some of the most iconic musicians in the business will be putting on two free concerts in the Treasure Valley on July 27th. Marie Osmond, The Nashville Tribute Band, David Archuleta, Alex Boye’ and Daniel Emmet will be performing a 2 p.m. concert and a 7 p.m. concert at the Ford Idaho Center. Redemeer, an Interfaith Celebration is to bring together leaders and members of Christian faiths from across the Valley for an evening of music that testifies of Jesus Christ.

“While there may be some theological differences, people of faith have far more in common with one another”, said Tammy Kofoed, Executive Director of the Interfaith Celebration. “In today’s world, we need to celebrate our love of God and our love for each other, uniting together for the good of our communities. Through service, food donations, and spectacular music, we have had enormous success with previous events. This year looks to be the best yet.”

In 2016, an estimated 18 thousand families and residents came together to strengthen each other and unite in worship. While the celebrations are free, attendees are asked to bring canned food to donate. More than 22 thousand pounds were donated and distributed to food banks and local charities in 2016. This year’s event is expected to be even bigger.

Starting July 1st, free tickets are available at

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