MANHATTAN, Kan.— After the release of its first two singles on September 18, Midwest Meets Manhattan is bringing “Restored” to the Wareham Opera House in Manhattan, Kansas on Sunday, November 4 at 5:30 p.m.
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at eventbrite.com. The concert is sponsored by Thrivent Financial, QCountry 103.5 and Angel 95 FM. Lawrence-based worship artist Mitch Langley will be opening the evening.
“I believe through this concert, we’re going to plant seeds of hope,” band member Dave Romero said. “… Some of the music that we’ve written speak to the real issues of life.”
Both of the band’s debut singles, “Restored” and “The Place”, are available across multiple streaming platforms, including iTunes, Amazon Music, Spotify and Google Play.
“The music we just recorded in Nashville is scratching of a new surface, a restored surface,” Little, owner/president of Ethos Custom Brands, said. “We can go well beyond a lot of subject matter and material that is so emotionally polarizing.. We want to be real, relevant and raw.”
Having toured together for 10-plus years previously, Romero and Little are coming off their first show together in Van Buren, Arkansas on September 16.
Romero, who is lead pastor at TRU Church in St. George, Kansas, will be playing to his home audience for the November 4 show in Manhattan.
“I’ve sung with a lot of people on stage through my lifetime, but never had the electrified-feel like I have when I’m with Chad,” Romero said. “… We came back together three years ago and sang and it was like we never stopped.”
A portion of the money raised through ticket costs will go to The Homestead ministry in Manhattan. It is a program for women 18 years & older who are survivors of the sex trafficking industry and have been through a measure of their healing and recovery.
For more information about the concert, visit midwestmeetsmanhattan.com or ’Midwest Meets Manhattan’ on Facebook. For all press inquiries or questions about the concert please call 620-877-7525 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.