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Kari Jobe

We The Kingdom

Now you can own Alive!

The Alive Music Festival is proud to give back to our fans. We’ve had over 1.5M people attend Alive, and we’ve generated over $27 Million dollars in revenue. As we continue to look at ways to innovate and push the Alive Music Festival to the next level, we’re excited to announce that now YOU can OWN THE FESTIVAL with us!

New laws formed in 2016 now allow everyday fans to buy stock in companies that file under Regulation CF—and that’s exactly what we did. What does this mean for you? It means you can now own stock in the Alive Music Festival, you can potentially share in the future profits of the company, you can purchase tickets at a discount for life, and so much more.

If you’re interested in learning more about how to become an owner of the Alive Music Festival, just click here or the button below. There’s no obligation to learn more. You’ll be taken to a secure campaign page where you can learn even more about our company, our future plans, and how to invest and own the Alive Music Festival—and all the perks that go with it!

The best weekend of summer

July 15-18, 2021
Atwood Lake Park
Mineral City, Ohio

“From the beginning of our career, Alive has been endeared to us as a pillar of encouragement and belief. From first performing on the Woods Stage to the chance of closing out the evening. The Alive family has not only believed in this ‘family band’ but backed up their belief with giving us a platform and voice. Thank you to Alive for using us to bring families back together and to God.”


“I have so many amazing memories of the Alive Festival. I’ve played there in temperatures ranging from 50-103 degrees. In my experience, no amount of rain, sun, or humidity can stop those rowdy Alive rockers!”

Jon Cooper – Skillet

“Alive Fest feels like a celebration of unity, bringing people from all walks of life together through music. Some of my favorite memories of live music have been on the Alive stage when people of all different backgrounds, ethnicities, and beliefs come together singing the same song.”