A Family Fun Zone
BMX and FMX presentations
Live music ft. Lecrae & TobyMac
Multiple presentations of the Good News
And this is not just a fun event to attend, it’s an opportunity to pray for friends and family who need Jesus! And it’s the perfect time to invite those who don’t know the Lord to hear the Good News!
Sunday, August 28 10:00 PM-12:00 AM
Labor used to dismantle the main stage, and load out sound and lights. Load out will take approximately 2 days. Volunteers must be in good physical shape and be able to lift up to 70lbs. Please bring gloves, and wear boots and work clothes.
Parking Team – Saturday or Sunday for 3 hours
Parking team is responsible for welcoming and directing traffic of incoming and outgoing attendees on the day of the festival. You will be assigned to (1) of the multiple parking lots for the festival.
Clean Up Team – Saturday or Sunday for 3 1/2 hours
Clean-Up Crew is responsible for taking trash bags that are full, tying the bags off, taking them to the dumpster, putting a new liner in the box and sweeping up around the festival ground.
Greeters – Saturday or Sunday for 3 1/2 hours
Greeters are some of the first people the crowd sees when coming to the festival. It is important to greet people with a smile and welcome them to CityFest. Your role is to stand around the flags, offer face masks, direct “people traffic” and help those who may need direction. Greeters can help be the eyes and ears of the festival. Remind politely of festival rules. If you see a problem, please get a red shirt safety team person.
What is CityFest?
CT CityFest is a region-wide movement focused on serving the region and proclaiming the Good News. It came about as a result of years of prayer and planning by dozens of leaders in Fairfield and New Haven Counties and the surrounding Southwestern Connecticut area. The vision is to see the Christian community come together in greater unity, service, and proclamation – showing the community at-large the joy, peace, and love of Jesus Christ.
This movement is focused on encouraging unity and collaboration across all communities, denominations, and ethnicities. Together, as the Body of Christ, we want to celebrate and accelerate the work of the Church, helping further influence culture, change lives, and inspire other cities.
It culminates with a series of outreach events strategically designed to share the love of Jesus with key groups of people in our community, including university students, business/civic leaders, women, prisoners, etc. The service initiatives will kick off this summer, and the final event, scheduled for August 2022, is an outdoor, family festival to celebrate this amazing effort and share the gospel with thousands through the ministry of evangelist Andrew Palau.