Year number two of the Lifest Music City festival took place this weekend just outside of Nashville (Bon Aqua, TN) at Johnny Cash’s Hideaway Farm. The three-day event featured music from Casting Crowns, Zach Williams, Steven Curtis Chapman, Skillet, Sidewalk Prophets, Riley Clemmons, CAIN, Katy Nichole, Jordan St. Cyr, Leanna Crawford and many more!

CCM Magazine’s Brandon Woolum was on site the entire weekend to chat with the artists and capture some photos!


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We chatted with Zach Williams prior to his set at the Lifest Music City festival and he let us know that his new album is set to release this September. Learn how many tracks, the name + more about his new single in this new CCM interview.

We caught up with Skillet at the 2022 Lifest Music City Festival and talked to John and Korey about the amount of time they get to spend with each other.

We chatted with Dave Frey of Sidewalk Prophets at the 2022 Lifest Music City Festival about the band’s recent Ryman show, his COVID diagnosis, their new single + more.

Watch additional interviews with Jordan St. Cyr, Leanna Crawford, Ben Fuller, Jamie Kimmett and I AM THEY by CLICKING HERE

Both Lifest Oshkosh and Lifest Music City are presented by Life Promotions, a nonprofit organization focused on instilling hope in youth. Our founder and president, Bob Lenz, is featured each year as a keynote speaker at Lifest, and he is available year-round to speak at your school, community outreach, church, conference, retreat or other event. While Lifest fills 4 days full of music and ministry, Life Promotions fills the other 361 days of the year with life-changing school programs and outreach events. More than 500,000 people are impacted by Life Promotions programs and events each year.

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Brandon Woolum has worked with digital media for over 20 years. He previously spent 12 years serving as the Digital Content Director and on-air talent for five iHeartRadio markets. Currently, he manages CCM Magazine and the digital assets for select Nashville-based radio divisions.

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