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Friday, June 7 – Lovkn & Callan Brown Concert

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Preshow Q&A at 6:00 PM • Doors Open at 7:00 PM • Music Starts at 7:15 PM
Westminster Hall

Join LOVKN on his 2024 Summer Nights Tour. This will be an evening of LOVKN’s hope-infused, worshipful and uplifting acoustic-driven music. All ages are welcome to this event. Chairs will be available.

Support artist – Beach Chapel, Callan Brown (San Antonio-based singer/songwriter)

  • $15 ADVANCE
  • $20 DOOR
  • $35 LOVKN Q&A pre-show @ 6PM: (Purchase this ticket for a chance to sit down with LOVKN in a small-group setting. Bring any questions you may have related to the tour, music, etc…). This ticket includes your entry to the concert as well as a signed tour poster. Arrive promptly by 6PM.
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Venue: First Presbyterian San Antonio

Address: 404 N Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78205 (free parking across the street – see image)

7PM – Doors

7:15PM – Music Starts

Event duration – approximately 2.5hrs


Since 2017 LOVKN (lovknmusic.com) (Steven Lufkin) has gained an international audience through his hope-infused and acoustic-driven music. There’s a story to be told behind each of his songs with thoughtful lyrics that journey through topics of life and faith. He has released 8 full-length albums and a few EPs. Notable songs are “New Life”, “Home Called Heaven” and “Endless Summer.” In 2023 LOVKN headlined a tour across Europe and was a featured artist on the 42-date Zion Caravan Tour, alongside other notable Christian-artists, The Gray Havens, Antoine Bradford and John Mark Pantana. In 2019 LOVKN created an internationally stretching Christian indie-music artist network called One Big Family. Join LOVKN in 2024 on his annual Summer Nights Tour.

Thursday, August 8 – Zach Winters Concert

7:00 PM • Westminster Hall

Come join us for a beautiful evening of music from Zach Winters at First Presbyterian Church. It will be a free show to the public, all ages welcome.


Zach Winters is a gardener of verses—growing his work and life together. Winters’ songs resonate with the sacred and the commonplace—companionship, wrestling with the divine, passing seasons, and the pursuit of a tangible beauty. His lyrical themes share a kinship to the poetry of Frost and Tagore. Over the years, Winters has honed his songwriting and DIY approach, while staying true to his homemade yet luxuriant variety of indie-folk. Zach has self-produced eight full-length albums as well as a handful of EPs and other projects, garnering praise from voices like Paste Magazine and this pinned person on youtube.

Winters moved his family to southern Mexico for a year for his kids to learn Spanish and to finish the 13-track LP, Love is a Garden. And after cancelling all plans along with the rest of the world in 2020, Zach set to work on a new group of songs that was released in batches through 2021, and culminated in the release of Other Side in 2022.

In the autumn of 2022, Winters began writing what would become a collection of 100 poems, called Snowmelt to Roots, and a new album called Shade of Indigo (April 24, 2024).

In the last few years, Zach Winters has been on tour throughout the US, Europe, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Costa Rica & Mexico, musically migrating with his family and playing shows with musical friends in homes and concert halls. He has had the honor to sing for Syrian refugees, laboring mothers, orphans in Mexico, monks in Poland, pubs in Northern Ireland (and Ireland), and his friends, neighbors and family.