Light My Way tour kicks off in Langley

Singer and worship leader Dan Bremnes will perform a youth concert at Southridge Fellowship on Wednesday, April 17

Singer and worship leader Dan Bremnes brings his “Light My Way” tour to Langley's Southridge church on Wednesday, April 17.

Singer and worship leader Dan Bremnes will kick off the “Light My Way” tour, presented by Compassion Canada, on Wednesday, April 17, in Langley.

Bremnes is no stranger to the stage, having previously opened for artists such as Mercy Me and Jars of Clay, but this will be his first headlining tour. He will perform tracks from his second release, “Light My Way.”

“I am really proud of these new songs,” said Bremnes. “I’m honoured to share them in person on stages across Western Canada this spring.”

Beginning in Langley, with a youth concert at Southridge Fellowship Baptist Church, the tour will visit 12 cities throughout British Columbia and Alberta, playing intimate chapels and sanctuaries.

Bremnes will also share his experience as a child sponsor, and fans can expect to hear about his travels overseas with Compassion.

Tickets are $5, available at www.DanBremnes.com or at the door.

SouthRidge Fellowship is located at 22756 48 Ave. Call 604-514-1000 for more information.

Canadians sponsor more than 90,000 children through Compassion Canada, a Christian child development organization. Together with its international partners, Compassion works through 6,000 churches in 26 nations to serve more than a million children living in poverty. In 2013, the charity is celebrating 50 years of service in Canada. See www.compassion.ca.

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