Music In The Park is a free
Christian outdoor concert
held in Westminster, OH
on July 28th from 11am - 4pm.

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- This is a Free Event
- Invite Family & Friends
- Free Food & Drink
- Bouncy House for Kids
- Bring a Lawn Chair

Westminster Park
6825 Faulkner Road
Harrod, OH 45850

Concert Schedule


Aaron Shust

Aaron's fascination with music (with unique sounds, melodies, progressions, and techniques has always been a part of who he is. His debut success was with "My Savior My God," winning the 2007 New Artist, Songwriter and Song of the Year. Another song "My Hope Is In You," spent 14 weeks at #1, and "Ever Be," which debuted at #3 on the NCA chart. Aaron Shust is a native of Pittsburgh, makes his home in Nashville with his wife Sarah and their sons Daniel, Nick, and Michael, as well as a growing menagerie of pets.


Dan Bremnes

Dan Bremnes is a Canadian Christian musician, guitarist and drummer. He released four studio albums: Your Strength Where The Light Is Wherever I go Into The Wild Dan Bremnes hits reaching #17 on the Billboard Magazine Christian Songs Chart, #19 on the US Billboard Hot Christian Songs Chart and Covenant Awards at the 35th Annual Awards for Male Vocalist of the Year and Music Video of the year. Dan's music career commenced in 2010 and he's still sharing the Gospel message ​loud and clear to all who attend his concerts. You'll be blessed by Dan's spirit, enthusiasm, love of God and musical talents.


The Guardians

John Darin Rowsey, Pat Barker, Scott Mullins and Paul Lancaster, collectively known as The Guardians, are a Southern Gospel Quartet with a unique sound, tight harmony and a passion for sharing the Gospel through their music. With three Dove Award nominations, multiple #1 songs and Fan Awards, the Lord has blessed The Guardians with an incredible journey since their inception. Each member of the Group brings a sincere commitment to glorifying Jesus Christ. Therefore, their mantra remains echoing John The Baptist's words in John 3:30: "He must increase ​but I must decrease."