April 9, 2024

Selena Burgess
Northwest Washington Fair
(360) 354-4111

Contemporary Worship Group, Leeland, Performing at the Northwest Washington Fair

Texas-based band, Leeland, made of singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Leeland Mooring alongside guitarist and co-writer Casey Moore, are set to take the stage at the Northwest Washington Fair as part of the 2024 Bank of the Pacific Grandstand Entertainment Series. Leeland will be performing their Contemporary Christian Music on Wednesday, August 14, at 7 pm.                                                       

Leeland came to the forefront of the worship music sphere in the early 2000’s and now, after seven albums, four GRAMMY nominations, and eight GMA Dove Award nominations, they have become of the most significant and standout voices in a new generation of worship music. 

Mooring spent his childhood going from town to town with his parents who ministered music in tandem with being traveling evangelists. He explains that a bulk of Leeland's songs have always been inspired by the communion of worship. Recently Mooring co-wrote “Lion and the Lamb '' a song that cemented his status in the sphere of modern worship being one of the Church's most-sung standards. Leeland as a collective are drawn into crafting songs that court churches to worship through the act of singing - and singing together.

Tickets for the 7 p.m. grandstand show go on sale to the public at 9 AM on April 12. Grandstand reserved seats, preferred seats, and preferred chairs are available. Tickets do not include gate admission, which is required. The show is presented by Manna Insurance Group.

For access to the online pre-sale starting April 10, people can subscribe to the ‘Friends of the Fair’ email here          

Tickets can be purchased at , the Fair Office, 1775 Front St. Lynden, and by phone at (360) 354 - 4111. Group ticketing is also available. The 2024 Northwest Washington Fair will be presented August 8-17.

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