Malone University launches Big Day, a Single-Day Christian Music Event

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A new single-day Christian music event is coming to Malone University.

Big Day at Malone will be held on September 7, 2024 and will be packed with excitement including food trucks, inflatables, games and activities, local worship bands, and more. Headlining performers will include Joseph O’Brien, Josiah Queen, and indie tribe. All festivities will be located on Malone’s campus and headliners will perform in the Johnson Center for Worship and the Fine Arts.

“We’re excited to launch the Big Day Fest this fall just as the new school year begins,” said Eric Young, Ph.D., vice president for enrollment and marketing. “We are looking forward to the festival as an additional opportunity to connect with regional churches and youth groups as we continue to serve as a hub for Christian education and culture in northeast Ohio.”

The festival opens at noon for outdoor activities and performances by local worship bands. The evening lineup includes:

Joseph O’Brien is a singer/songwriter based out of Nashville, TN. His talent took him to the quarter finals of “America’s Got Talent” and CCM legend, TobyMac took notice as well, signing him to his Gotee label. Learn more about him at 

Josiah Queen, at the age of 16, recorded his debut track, “God of Miracles”-- a song about witnessing God’s miraculous movements in our ordinary lives. Social media platforms like TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram became his stage, and his music resonated deeply with hearts far and wide. Learn more about him at

indie tribe is a Christian hip-hop collective featuring nobigdyl., Mogli the Iceburg, Jon Keith & DJ Mykael V. Learn more about them at

Ticket sales are now open, and options include an Early Bird rate of $20 per ticket until August 1, as well as a group ticket option. 

 Big Day Registration