Planetshakers to set Miri on Night of Fire
by Cecilia Sman, email@example.com. Posted on August 10, 2014, Sunday
Concert organising chairman and states Kelab Belia Kristian Berwawasans (KBKB) founder and president Bennet Sali said there will also be sale of merchandise at the entrance of the stadium.
On sale are KBKBs ministries t-shirt (RM35), Planetshakerss CD/DVD album entitled Endless Praise Deluxe Edition (RM39.90) the latest release from the world-renowned Australian praise and worship band, Limitless CD/DVD (RM39.90) third latest album, a true reflection of the heart of Planetshakers, which is to see each person have a personal and powerful encounter with the Almighty, and Nothing is impossible CD/DVD (RM49.90).
This album encapsulates the passion and energy that they produces live as well as highlights the cutting edge of producer Joth Hunt, and featuring the world class rhythm section of Mike Webber (drums) and Mark Peric (bass).
The vocals are as diverse as they are genuine and the title track, Nothing is Impossible features the dynamic vocals of Grammy Award-winning artiste Israel Houghton, Bennet told thesundaypost yesterday.
He said in view of the good response, KBKBs ministries decided to sell another 1,000 walk-in tickets at stadium on Monday (Aug 11) from 1pm-6pm, and on Tuesday (concert day Aug 12) from 9am to 6pm. Ticket counter will be closed at 6pm.
The door will only be opened at 6.30pm, if you wish to have a better view, early arrival is encouraged as it is free seating. We also encourage the public to arrive early to queue up before entering the stadium, he urged.
Meanwhile in conjunction with Planetshakers Concert, MyPath will conduct a walk-in interview for those who are interested to work in Peninsular Malaysia. The interview will be held on Monday (Aug 11) from noon to 4.30pm at Wisma Pelita Tunku, 3E.22, 3rd floor (meeting room), Jalan Puchong Miri.
Today (Aug 10), there will be a Praise and Worship Celebration gathering for volunteers and crew at BEM Miri Port, Kuala Baram, at 4pm.
A free shuttle bus service will be provided to pick up at three pit stops starting from:
Pelita Tunku bus terminal (3pm), Boulevard Hypermarket parking lot (3.20pm) and E-Mart supermarket (3.45pm) and finally to BEM Miri Port.
Bennet said response has been very encouraging and he thanked all those involved including the Social Development Office Miri for allowing the use of the Miri Indoor Stadum, the police and Miri City Council (permits), Malaysian Red Crescent (First-aider crew) Rela Taman Tunku (volunteers) and The Borneo Post (news reports).
Special thanks also went to all authorized agents Christian Book Centre (Cbc), Apple Lodge, Borneo Jungle Safari, churches, youth leaders, individuals and families who been giving support towards the event.