Nearly 70 acts set for Creation Festival

MOUNT UNION — With the Creation Festival just weeks away, organizers are finalizing the list of speakers and performers set to take the stage at Agape Farm in Shirleysburg.

The event is slated June 29 to July 2.

Some of the best acts in Christian music will be making an appearance throughout the four-day event. The event will feature nearly 70 performers and speakers on three stages that cover a range of genres.

On the opening day, there will be performances by We the Kingdom, Manic Drive, Sorensen, Aable, Rick Harmoney, Alycia Wood and RED.

On Thursday, the lineup is composed of Zach Williams, Dante Bowe, Aaron Cole, Porshalove, Wande, Mbssy Wrshp, Diomer, Brotality, Dens, Relent, Reid Saunders, Anita Keaggy, Wayne Northup, Greg Anderson, Todd Pearage, Crissy and The Man and This Way Up.

Friday will feature Anita Keaggy and Crissy and The Man return to perform and they are joined by Bethel Music, Mike Donehey, KB, Nick Vujicic, Jordan Copas, Allan Scott Band, Sansone, Hulvey, Brian Campbell, Convictions, Undefeated, DJ 412, The Persuaded, Ray Garcia, Bonny Andews, Bryan Citrin, Jonny Radcliff, Kurt Weaver, Marian and Friends and The Letter Black.

To close out the Festival, Keaggy, Marian and Friends will be there as well as Colony House, Elevation Rhythm, NOBIGDYL, OM-53, UVF Worship, Fight The Fade, As Lions and Lambs, Miles Minnick, Behold and The Beloved, Mike Rathke, Jason Ostrander, Travis Dean, Shelene Bryan, DeShawn White, Debra Fileta, Forgotten Friend Reptile Sanctuary, Disciple and Newsboys.

Tickets purchased in 2020 and 2021 will be honored at the 2022 festival, and can also be carried over to 2023.

Tickets can be purchased at



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