Phil Wickham Coming to Maranatha High School in August

Top Christian recording artist, Phil Wickham, will be performing live in Pasadena on Friday, August 22. Maranatha High School is delighted to welcome this talented artist to the stage of the famous Ambassador Auditorium. His song, “This is Amazing Grace” recently hit the #1 spot with the national Christian audience. Other top songs by Phil Wickham include, “Heaven and Earth”, “In My Love”, “Safe”, “Eden”, “At Your Name (Yahweh, Yahweh)”, and more.

This concert is a celebration to kick-off Maranatha’s 50th school year, and also raises funds for local ministries. Proceeds from the concert will benefit Elizabeth House, Door of Hope, and the Maranatha Missions Fund.

The concert will begin at 7:00 p.m. with two popular local Christian bands, Urban Rescue and Talmadge, opening the show. Seating is unreserved. Tickets are $25 for general admission. Premium ticket holders ($35) receive entrance to the auditorium ahead of the crowd for best seat selection. Tickets may be purchased online at

Guests are also invited to arrive early to enjoy the Food Truck Fest on the beautiful fountain plaza beginning at 4:30 p.m. Dinner and dessert will be available for purchase from five food trucks on hand, including the Grilled Cheese Truck, Dogtown Dogs, Hungry Nomad, Tornado Potato, and Cool Haus.

This year Maranatha High School is celebrating fifty years of transforming lives through intentional Christ-revering, college preparatory education. The public is invited to join in this wonderful evening of music, food, and fellowship while praising God together!

For additional information, please contact Geoff Hurte, Maranatha High School Director of Marketing at (626) 817-4074 or

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