Josh Wilson LIVE
at Killens Pond State Park
in Felton, DE as part of
Delaware State Parks Summer Concert Series
Sponsored in part by Sussex County McDonald’s Restaurants
Important Information and RSVP below:
Friday, June 21, 2019 at 6:30 PM
Killens Pond State Park is open daily from 8:00 AM to Sunset
Rain Plan: We will continue if rain only, but cancel if lightning
Come Early to secure a parking place, stop by
the food trucks at 5:30, and take advantage of
what Killens Pond State Park has to offer
Killens Pond State Park Nature Center
5025 Killens Pond Road
Felton, DE 19943
IMPORTANT EVENT INFO:
- Bring a Lawn Chair – general admission seating – first-come-first-serve
- Trash gets taken with you as you leave
- Port-a-Johns and wash stations available
- Come Early to secure a parking place, and take advantage of what Killens Pond State Park has to offer
- Carpooling saves Park Admission Costs and protects our environment
FREE to attend!
Park entrance fees are in effect – please bring CASH
ABOUT JOSH WILSON:
Josh Wilson, a Texas-native, started playing piano at nine years old, then took up guitar and drums when he was 10. From there, he never looked back. During his high school years, he continued to hone his musicianship, and eventually he fell in love with songwriting at Nashville’s Belmont University. A self-described introvert with an aversion to the spotlight, Wilson never dreamed he’d be the one behind the mic, but God had other plans.
Since signing his first record deal with Sparrow in 2006, Wilson has become a staple at radio, amassing multiple top 10 hits on Billboard’s Hot Christian Songs chart, including “Savior, Please,” “I Refuse,” “Fall Apart,” “Carry Me,” “Before the Morning,” and “That Was Then, This Is Now.” He’s toured with some of the genre’s biggest acts, including Third Day, Steven Curtis Chapman, Matthew West, Casting Crowns, and Building 429.
Wilson signed his latest record deal with Black River Christian in 2017, and in 2018, released his first single, “Dream Small,” with the new label. As a multi-instrumentalist and live-looping enthusiast, he’s been known to play and record as many as 20 instruments on stage at any given time.