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Glory at the Gardens: Steven Curtis Chapman

June 16, 2010

Steven Curtis Chapman brought a nice crowd with him to the Festhaus Park this past Sunday. The field was buzzing with excitement as guests were anxiously waiting for his performance. Unfortunately, they had to wait just a little bit longer because Mother Nature had different plans. However, regardless of the heat, humidity and passing storm, loyal fans stood their ground. They were here to stay.

Francesca Battistelli opened the evening event. Her song was full of life and spirit and enjoyed by all who were there. Francesca connected with the audience and it was apparent that everyone appreciated her message and song.

The second act was Building 429. While performing they brought life to both the audience and the stage. The energy and enthusiasm between the crowd and the stage lit up the area. Singing and dancing filled the crowd as they pumped out their hits. Even the line for autographs afterward proved that they were a popular choice to see.

Following the Building 429 concert a quick passing storm forced fans out of Festhaus Park and into shelter nearby. Once the storm passed, the stage was reset and it was time for Steven Curtis Chapman to take over Glory at the Gardens. He was very well received by all who came to sing along with him. Fans came from near and far to hear his inspirational songs and enjoy his performance no matter the weather. It was an uplifting time for all.

Up next weekend we have Switchfoot as our headliner with The Afters and Bluetree as the opening acts. Hope to see you here.

Park Operations Manager at Busch Gardens

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