If you would like to invite us to share a concert in your area or church, please fill out the Concert Request Form. Below are answers to some of the most common questions we receive. We look forward to discussing the concert possibility with you and trying our best to make it happen. Blessings, Matt & Josie
Answers to Commonly asked Questions
What does a concert cost? We ask for our travel expenses to be covered. If the concert is part of a planned tour route, that is usually around $150-$200. We also ask for a free-will offering, and the opportunity to sell our CD's (we do not sell CDs from sunset Friday to sunset Saturday).
What are your lodging needs? We will be traveling in a 40’ RV during our U.S. tours, so a place with full hookups would be best. If we do not have the RV, we are happy to stay in a hotel, airbnb, or in someones extra living space. We have a toddler and not all nights are quiet ones, so this is why we would like to be in our own living space where we don’t have the worry of disturbing others. We may also need more than one night depending on the timing of the concert, but we can discuss that as we finalize a request.
How long is a concert? We typically share for about 1 hour and 15 minutes, but we can adjust the length to fit the needs of the church or venue.
Do you have Audio/Visual needs? Not typically. We have our own sound system that works in most venues, but for some very large buildings, we may need to work with the local sound system. This can be discussed and determined ahead of time.
How much time will you need before the concert for setup and soundcheck? We will need 3 hours for setting up our sound equipment and completing the soundcheck. This cannot be done with other events or meetings happening in the same space; for example: Bible studies, classes, other musical event practices, etc.
Would this be a good program to invite friends and neighbors too, even if they are not Christians? Yes, especially if we are informed that this will be used for more than just the local church body. The stories we share behind the writing of our songs are honest and relatable.