Concert Series

SEASON TICKETS -- available only in the Riverview Office

Season ticket holders will be issued a numbered lanyard required to be presented at each concert.  If lost, replacement lanyards can be replaced for $20.00.  If another Riverview-sponsored concert is added to the schedule, there will no additional cost.

$250 (artist circle) / $205 (general admission) (reserved seats)

For all Riverview-sponsored concerts:

       Kids 12 & under are free

       Ages 13-18:  $15/seat/concert

*  See individual concerts or events for ticket information.

** Tickets can be purchased at the Riverview office, Wiley's Book Store and iTickets.  Riverview office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.  The Riverview office is closed on Saturday.  At-the-door prices are in effect after 4:30 p.m. on the Friday the week of the concert. 




Riverview Gospel Sing

July 10-14, 2018

The 2018 Gospel Sing has come and gone.  It was a great week of inspiring messages from Ricky Capps, a convicting lesson on mending broken relationships by Lynda Randle, and a week of great Gospel music by Forgiven, Lynda Randle, Three Bridges, Southern Faith, Reconciled, 2nd Generation, Sweetwater Revival, Adams Call, and Master's Voice.  

The dates for next year are July 10-13, 2019.

Ricky Capps has already agreed to teach the chapel in the morning and be our Master of Ceremonies for the week.

Master's Voice will be singing on Saturday, July 13.

More artists will be announced as they get confirmed.  

Check out the pictures below to remember the week or see what you missed.  

Booth Brothers

Saturday, August 25, 6:00 p.m.

Artist Circle Tickets are  sold out

$24-general admission still available

(At the door:  $32AC/$27GA)

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Ronnie and Michael Booth and Paul Lancaster love Southern Gospel music.  They believe it touches the soul and offers encouragement and hope.    By singing and ministering to audiences through word and song, these gentlemen are fulfilling God's call on their lives.  This trio, collectively and individually, has been acknowledged as one of the finest in the business.  Although the group is grateful for the recognition of their work having received many, many awards over the years, their aspiration is for all honor and glory to be God's alone.

Paul's Journey

September 6, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

Free-will offering concert at Fellowship Hall

Paul's Journey is a full-time Gospel Music Ministry serving the Lord for over 40 years.  These gentlemen present a program that is not only entertaining, but uplifting to the soul.  Wherever the Lord sends them, they go with these thoughts in mind:  to lift up the name of Jesus, to see lost souls saved, and to see other Christians touched by God.

Lori King & Junction 63

Saturday, September 15, 6:00 p.m.

$19-artist circle / $14-general admission

(At the door:  $22AC/$17GA)

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Lori King and Junction 63 is an award-winning band based out of Southern Iowa and Missouri.  Lori and Joe King are no strangers to the Bluegrass Stage.  Both performed with the long-running group, Bluegrass Addiction.  Their most recent album "Family Tree" was named the 2017 Bluegrass Music Association of Iowa Album of the Year.  

Lori King and Junction 63 debuted their group at the Bluegrass Music Association of Iowa 2nd Annual Des Moines Area Festival in February, 2014.  The band consists of Lori King on upright bass and singing lead and harmony vocals.  On guitar, band partner and husband, Joe King, sings lead and harmony vocals.  Joe and Lori reside in Drakesville, IA.  Kevin Amburgey lives in Ashland, MO.  Originally from Kentucky, he and his family moved to Ashland to pastor at Heartland Baptist Church.  He is a stellar mandolinist, singer, and multi-instrumentalist.  He sings lead and harmony vocals.  Mark Hargrove lives in Ames, IA and joins the group on the banjo and harmony vocals.  Mark is a multi-instrumentalist and brings a new traditional sound to the band.  Kyle Murphy just recently moved to Iowa for college at Iowa State University in Ames.  He will be holding down the fiddle spot in the band.  Kyle had recently attended East Tennessee State University and spent three years touring with Jeff Brown and Still Lonesome.

Legacy Five

Saturday, October 13, 6:00 p.m.

$25-artist circle / $20-general admission

(At the door:  $28AC/$23GA)

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When the Legendary Cathedral Quartet retired, Scott Fowler and Roger Bennett decided to continue the rich musical tradition of Southern Gospel Quartet singing.  Legacy Five had their debut in 2000 and has been going strong with approximately 130 performances each year.  The rich four- and five-part harmony of Legacy Five has become noted as a masterful weaving together of unique and versatile talent.  Matt Fouch sings the bass, Scott Howard sings the baritone, Scott Fowler sings lead, Josh Feemster singing tenor, and Josh Townsend is the group's pianist.  This group of Godly men, present Gospel music in a way that has endeared them to audiences across the United States and Canada.

Mark Dubbeld Family

Saturday, October 20, 6:00 p.m.

$19-artist circle / $16-general admission

(At the door:  $22AC/$17GA)

Note:  Combination tickets are available for the women's retreat & concert:

            $49 (artist circle) / $44 (general admission)

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The Mark Dubbed Family from Moneta, VA, are renowned for inspired, originally-penned songs, family harmony, and a sincere desire to communicate the Gospel through their music and testimony.  They have been making a significant impact in Gospel music and changing lives with a song to sing, a word to write, and a call to answer.  The family consists of Mark and Janene, along with three of their children, Elena, Channing and Britton; each of them an intricate part of the family's ministry in music.