It will be held at the County Showground, Northwood, from July 15-17, and will feature songwriters such as Graham Kendrickknown to many as the father of modern worship music, who is best known for writing Shine, Jesus shines.
The Lionheart Festival offers something for people of all ages, with children’s ministry, Limitless Kids, hosted by an experienced husband and wife duo and their team.
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The festival is run by Joe Shurmer and Laura Stuart-Smith, along with a team of administrators, volunteers and assistants from across the Isle of Wight.
Many churches and businesses on the Isle of Wight are also supporting the event and organizers believe the festival will bring joy, hope and faith to those who attend.
The Lionheart Festival is a charity and entry fees have been kept low to make it affordable for as many people as possible.
For a limited time, tickets are buy one, get one free and can be purchased via the website: lionheartfestival.co.uk, or on the portal.