Popular American family group, The Ball Brothers, return to Northern Ireland for three concerts in the run up to Easter.
Venues are –
- Glenmachan Church of God, Belfast on Thursday 29th March 2018,
- Café Vic-Ryn, Lisburn on Friday 30th March 2018,
- Wellington Presbyterian Church, Ballymena on Saturday 1st April 2018.
Each of these concerts get underway at 7.30pm.
Tickets for the concerts at Glenmachan and Wellington churches are price £12.50 each or £15 if you pay at the door.
The evening at Café Vic-Ryn will cost £40 per person but is inclusive of a meal.
The Ball Brothers return for three Northern Ireland concerts.
According to their website, The Ball Brothers comprise of two brothers, Andrew and Daniel Ball along with brother-in-law Chad McCloskey and newcomer, Matt Davis. The group travels world-wide, singing their distinctive brand of Christian music.
Since their formation in 2006, the Ball Brothers have rapidly made their mark in Christian music. They have found a musical balance between the old and the new. “We’ve never been to a place where every person in the audience was the same age. On the contrary, most places we go have a mixture of young, middle-aged, and older people. So, our music style and song selection is based around that blend. It’s great to see a grandmother and granddaughter worshiping together and enjoying the same music. We get to see that on a regular basis,” says lead vocalist, Daniel.
What can someone expect when they go to hear the Ball Brothers?
A mix of musical styles, melted together by tight, four-part harmony. Each song is hand-picked to be message-driven, and theologically sound. Their goal is to spread the message of the Gospel and encourage believers.
One doesn’t have to look very far on the internet to find out what the Ball Brothers are like ‘behind the scenes.’ The guys have a popular Facebook series called “Rollin’ with the Ball Brothers”. It offers an inside look into their ministry and lives on the road. “Rollin’ with the Ball Brothers” is our way of tearing down the divide that sometimes separates us from our audience. We’re not interested in promoting ourselves as ‘rock stars.’ We’re interested in showing everyone how God can use “normal” people for His honour and glory,” says Daniel.
From over 40,000,000 online video views, to Gaither videos, to national television appearances. From Youth Conferences to Senior Retreats; Sunday morning worship service, to Saturday afternoon at the state fair; the Ball Brothers thrive in a balanced ministry, carving out a sound and approach that is uniquely their own. Regardless of your age or musical preference, the Ball Brothers invite you to see and hear the difference.