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Will Graham’s Look Up Tour concludes with family activities

People attend Will Grahams message of hope at his Look up Tour
KIFI/Braydon Wilson
People attend Will Grahams message of hope at his Look up Tour

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI)- The spiritual weekend put on by Will Graham is coming to its conclusion in Idaho Falls.

After Saturday's Kidzfest which drew 2,380 people, the focus of Sunday evening was focused on the family, including fun activities geared for the entire family.

The event is free for families to attend and will feature live music from Crowder, a Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter known for his wide-ranging fusion of pop, rock, folk, electronic, bluegrass, and hip-hop, and Christine D’Clario, who is considered one of the top Latin worship leaders in the world.

The event is happening at the Mountain America Event Center.

John Brandenburg a team member who helped bring the tour into Idaho Falls shares that they came thanks to the invite of many local churches.

"Two years ago, we had a group of pastors and community leaders got together and said, we're going to put a stake in the ground. We need this here. We need this help. They invited and it's been really a two-year process for this to come out here. We have probably over 100 churches working together to bring this out here," Brandenburg said.

Brandenburg shared how the team was thrilled with how the weekend went and was grateful for the time they had in Idaho Falls.

"We just know that people here have been excited. There's been a great reception. We had a kids fest yesterday for the children. We also had a student night and people went forward at the invitation of Will Graham, made a decision and their lives were changed. and so there are just stories all over that have changed lives," Brandenburg said.

After Sunday's festivities, the tour will move on to the next city.

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