KCU to launch Summer Music Series

May 1—GRAYSON — Kentucky Christian University has announced the launch of its inaugural Summer Music Series, set to take place in The Nash Chapel on campus.

This event is scheduled for June and July.

The Summer Music Series will kick off on Friday, June 21, at 7 p.m. with a performance by Jordan St. Cyr. As a two-time GMA Dove Nominee and GMA Canada Covenant Award Winner, St. Cyr has garnered acclaim for songs such as "Weary Traveler," "Fires" and "Rescue." Cost is $25 for general admission, while VIP tickets — which include early admission, a meet-and-greet session and reserved seats — are available for $45.

Continuing the series on July 26 at 7 p.m., The Isaacs, a member of the prestigious Grand Ole Opry, will grace the stage. The Isaacs have 19 Dove Awards and three Grammy nominations under their belt, The Isaacs are renowned for their exceptional talent. Cost is $30 for general admission, while VIP tickets can be purchased for $50.

Visit www.kcu.edu/summer-music-concert-series/ for more information. All proceeds from this event will go toward supporting the university's ongoing initiatives.