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Sarah Kroger

June 7, 2024 - 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Ticket Prices: FREE

The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum is hosting First Fridays a free concert series occurring throughout the summer and fall featuring some of Christian music’s most exciting artists.

Faith Night at the Museum is a free event featuring food trucks, free live music, vendors, and more. Friday After Five will sell concessions, but this is an alcohol-free concert series creating a family friendly environment for people of all ages. Seating is not provided, so be sure to bring your chair and blankets for a good ol' time on the lawn. No outside coolers permitted.

Scheduled from 5pm to 8pm, Faith Night at the Museum is a free event featuring food trucks and live music.  The Owensboro Bluegrass Band will take the stage at 5:30p and the Guest Artist will begin at 6:45p.

Sarah Kroger is a GMA Dove Award®-nominated artist, songwriter, and worship leader. with her previously released Albums Your Time(2011), Hallelujah is Our Song (2013), Bloom(2019), Light(2020), and London sessions(2023), her latest project, A New Reality, is out may 17, 2024 (Integrity Music).

With parents involved in worship ministry, Kroger’s love for music was sparked at a young age, but the impact of bullying coupled with her struggle with anxiety and shyness hid her musical talents for years. Everything changed when she met Jesus in an intimate encounter through worship at a youth conference; “Worship became my language with God,” she explains. “It allowed me to communicate with the Lord in a way I hadn’t experienced before...it opened my heart.”

Realizing music was a gift she desired to give back to the Lord, she began leading worship around the world, drawing people from a variety of cultures and church backgrounds under the banner of Jesus. With a passion for creating a safe and prayerful space through her music, her focus has always been an authentic portrayal of her relationship with God.

With A New Reality, it is her hope that people will come away knowing that it’s ok to question, to pull on the string and enable the unraveling to happen, knowing there is One who is gently mending the tangled threads back together into a beautiful, reconstructed tapestry.

Woven with contemplative songs that expose honest vulnerability along with corporate worship songs that express the magnificence of God, the entire collection offers new ways to see suffering, questions, and silence as building blocks for a new faith—one that is stronger because of the struggle. Sarah Kroger brings listeners into that newness by helping us all ponder the mystery of God, rest in the wonder, and see that questions are a sacred path to a new reality.