The KEYS Project announces that the Big Gig 2021 will take place on Saturday 4th December at 7:30 pm. The event, which will be live-streamed from St Matthias Church, Brighton, and with a live audience, will be hosted by KEYS founder, Dr. Steve Smith.
The Big Gig is a live music fundraising event which celebrates freedom from addiction and raises money to provide and support an holistic pathway to freedom for those trapped in addiction. Headlining the event will be singer-songwriter and activist, Steph Macleod, a worship leader and mental health awareness advocate from Scotland. His music is rooted in the rough and raw experiences that led him to Christ; from broken family relationships to homelessness and addiction, Steph Macleod embodies the reality of God’s redemptive and boundless love. Confirmed artists also include internationally known worship leaders and songwriters Lou and Nathan Fellingham. The evening will include testimony from those KEYS have helped recover from addiction.
Partnering with the Big Give’s ‘Christmas Challenge’ which runs from 30th November – 7th December, money raised on the night and during the week of the event will be match-funded and will go to the work of the KEYS Project helping people become free of addiction.
I am really excited to be headlining The Big Gig in December and honoured to be partnering with KEYS. They are helping people who desperately need it. I would not be where I am today had it not been for the love, support, and compassion of others who helped me on my journey into active recovery. I’m looking forward to sharing my journey at the Big Gig. See you there!Steph Macleod
Dr. Steve Smith, KEYS Founder, and Project Director comments:
We are thrilled to host our second Big Gig fundraising concert, to share, support, and celebrate freedom from addiction. It is a pleasure to partner with Steph Macleod, an amazing new artist with his own freedom story, as our headline act, for what promises to be an exciting evening.
For more information about The Big Gig visit here.
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Written By: Kevin Campbell