Saltair usually isn't associated with Christianity. If given the choice, it probably wouldn't eat at Chik-Fil-A.
However, a benefit concert for the Utah Food Bank with a variety of Christrian music will be held August 25 at Saltair at 7 p.m.
Country-gospel artist Genevia Johnson (above) will share the stage with local favorites Markilo Allen (a Contemporary Christian artist and Katie Ainge, a Christian pop artist)
There will also be a guest performance from the Pioneer Valley Chamber Ensemble.
Attendees are asked donate a can of food to the concert.
Tickets are available at SmithsTix.com. Prices are $15 pre-sale and $20 at the door.
Saltair is located at 12408 West Saltair Drive Magna.
The benefit is sponsored by The Utah Food Bank, Sanctified Heart Ministries, Power Media Entertainment, and Godfather's Pizza.
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