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Dennis Swanberg returns to Hot Springs for benefit

Comedian to perform in benefit for Lake Hamilton Powerband trip to London

HOT SPRINGS – Dr. Dennis Swanberg, one-time resident and pastor of Second Baptist Church in the 80s and 90s, will be returning to Hot Springs on February 8th for a comedic performance to benefit the Lake Hamilton PowerBand’s upcoming trip to London. After serving in the pastoral ministry for more than two-decades, Pastor Swanberg stepped away from the pulpit and stepped up to microphones across the United States in a comedic role that has earned him the title “America’s Minister of Encouragement”.

“The Swan”, as he is also known, has hosted two successful TV series, authored nine books, and has created dozens of DVD/CD productions in addition to speaking to about 150 organizations, faith-based groups and corporations every year. This world-famous comedian brings his live performance back to Hot Springs next month in a one-day, family-friendly performance.

The event featuring Dr. Swanberg will be held at Lake Hamilton Arena on February 8th at 7pm. Tickets for floor seating are available at $20 per ticket, or general admission tickets with seating in the bowl of the arena are available at $15 per ticket. All proceeds of this performance will go to the PowerBand Organization, which is raising money to send the Lake Hamilton PowerBand overseas to perform in the 2021 London New Year’s Day Parade. To find out more about Dr. Swanberg’s performance or to purchase tickets to the event, go to WWW.LH2LONDON.ORG.

On this site, you can also find more information about the London Trip or make donations directly to the PowerBand Organization.

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