Kings Kaleidoscope lead singer Chad Garner (in yellow) is shown with fellow band members. Photo provided.
Kings Kaleidoscope lead singer Chad Garner (in yellow) is shown with fellow band members. Photo provided.
WINONA LAKE – Kings Kaleidoscope, an alternative Christian band based in Seattle, Wash., will perform at the sixth of seven concerts in the second annual Grace College & Village at Winona Festival of Music.

This concert will take place at 8 p.m. Sept. 8 in the Winona Heritage Room, 901 Park Ave, Winona Lake.

Tickets, $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors, will be available at the door. Grace College students and their siblings may attend for free.

“Seeing Kings Kaleidoscope in concert is an experience,” said Walter Brath, music festival coordinator. “The talented group captures the extremes of music and projects emotion like few can. They’re sure to entertain and inspire an audience of all ages.”

Kings Kaleidoscope has released four partial albums, including “The Beauty Between.” The band builds upon the mainstay sounds of drums, bass, keys and guitars. Then they add an array of orchestral elements including violins, cellos, woodwinds, trombones, trumpets and vibraphones, according to a release from Grace College. Kings Kaleidoscope boasts a hip-hop influence and an energy that nods toward The Mars Volta. The band’s self-prescribed "designed chaos" combines high -nergy musical exploration with classic style hymns and modern anthems, the release states.

The second annual Festival of Music is sponsored by Grace College, Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts and The Village at Winona.

For more information on all planned events, visit grace.edu/musicfestival or contact Brath at brathw@grace.edu.