KLAMATH FALLS, Ore.— 50 churches and ministries throughout the Greater Klamath region have come together to throw a party for the community. They’re calling it Greater Klamath CityFestwith Andrew Palau. With a special emphasis on unity, hope, and good news, the free festival will be held May 27, at the Klamath County Fairgrounds in Klamath Falls, Oregon.

Accomplished in partnership with the Luis Palau Association—a well-known ministry based in Portland, Oregon—the free family-friendly festival will showcase award-winning artists Newsboys, Ryan Stevenson, Marisol Park, and George Moss. It will also feature a free Family Fun Zone, including a mechanical bull, petting zoo, light saber fencing, inflatables, and carnival games. There will be a gaming tent with a full VR experience, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switches, and other consoles—this area will feature a competition where winners will play on the main stage. Klamath Cares, a free resource for the homeless community, will also be at the festival, where men and women can come for lunch, haircuts, health services, and employment services. Additionally, there will be action sports demonstrations from skateboard, BMX, and freestyle motocross athletes. This will all lead up to the evening of live music as well as a culminating moment on Saturday when evangelist Andrew Palau will share a clear message of hope and faith.

The campaign also includes a region-wide service effort known as CityServe, focusing on the most urgent and pressing social needs in the area. During the weeks leading up to the festival, churches are seeking to serve their community in a unified effort. While several projects have been closed due to reaching volunteer capacity, you can reference current open projects that are in the works at

Details of Greater Klamath CityFest are below:


Klamath County Fairgrounds

3531 S 6th St,

Klamath Falls, OR 97603


Saturday, May 27, 2023


Family Fun Stage: 2pm

Main Stage Program: 6pm

Learn more about Greater Klamath CityFest online at