UpLift brings pastor Levi Lusko, musicians Jordan Feliz and Hollyn to Vail | VailDaily.com

UpLift brings pastor Levi Lusko, musicians Jordan Feliz and Hollyn to Vail

Holly Marie Miller, known by her stage name of Hollyn, was a contestant on "American Idol" Season 12, where she made it to the Hollywood rounds. The Christian musician performs as part of the fifth annual UpLift.
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What: UpLift presents pastor Levi Lusko as well as Christian musicians Jordan Feliz and Hollyn.

Where: Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, Vail.

When: Sunday, Sept. 2, 5:30 p.m.

Cost: $20-$40, with group discounts available.

More information: Visit http://www.uplift.com.

VAIL — UpLift presents pastor Levi Lusko, Jordan Feliz and Hollyn at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater during Labor Day weekend on Sunday, Sept. 2, at 5:30 p.m.

This is the fifth annual UpLift event, put together by local churches working together and featuring world-class talent.

Lusko is the author of bestselling books “Through the Eyes of a Lion” and “Swipe Right” and is also the lead pastor of Fresh Life Church, a multisite church in Montana, Utah, Oregon and Wyoming.


Feliz is a American Christian musician from Tennessee playing folk, rock and soul styles of Christian pop. He has released three studio albums, with “Centricity of Music and Future” in 2018 being his most recent album.

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Hollyn, also known as Holly Marie Miller, is a 21-year-old Christian music singer and songwriter, mixing pop, R&B and Christian music. Hollyn appeared on “American Idol.”

“I’ve had to grow up a ton — quickly,” Hollyn said. “One season, I’m a typical teenager living at home; the next, I’m moving to Nashville, managing my own business and spending weeks at a time on a tour bus; all the while trying to figure out if music is truly what God’s called me into.”

Tickets are $20-$40, with group discount rates available. Also happening that Sunday in Vail is the annual Vail Rotary Duck Race and Vail Farmers’ Market & Art Show.

For tickets and more information, visit http://www.upliftvail.com.

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