Night of Joy – Celebrating 30 Years of Inspirational Music in 2012
Night of Joy has been held once a year for the past 30 years, and during this event Walt Disney World hosts a Christian Music Festival for 2 nights called Night of Joy.
Shalon and I were most fortinate this past weekend to be invited to the Night of Joy event, we got to the opportunity to meet some of the Amazing talent and see some GREAT concerts!
Here are some of our favorite highlights from the Night of Joy weekend!
We had SUCH an amazing weekend at Night of Joy. We got up close and personal with some artists, we got an amazing should out from the Z88.3 team on the air, and we heard some music that was killer!!!!
We ran from stage to stage to stage all over the Magic Kingdom. We waited in the rain with hundreds of fans waiting to see some of their favorite bands perform. The moment that stands out the most to me, was seeing Chris Tomlin do an acoustic set in front of the castle with everyone singing along in the rain.
It was also a weekend of great fellowship. At the media dinner before the event began, we were able to sit with and get to know Royal Tailor. It was their first Night of Joy, and we were excited to support them with their fans, who sang along to every word.
Lecrae absolutely DRUM the energy level up on the Castle Stage. His energy and message was really amazing! I have never heard that much bass in the Magic Kingdom!
And we loved when Third Day turned everyone there into backup singers and dancers.
Our You Tube has Videos of each concert we went to! Please head on over and check those out
Our Facebook page has ALL of our pictures from the whole weekend so please take a peek.
Thank you to everyone who followed along with our tweets this past weekend and ReTweeted our pictures! It means the world to us that you enjoy what we were doing!
Thank you Especially to Taurin and Blake of Royal Tailor for having dinner with us! Next time you come to our play ground we owe you a non fancy dinner of Corn Dog Nuggets at Caseys! But we wont ever forget the reconstructed Meat Balls!