Sara Renner & The Elements have the unusual ability to become what YOU need for the event you are planning. Our motto is MAKE IT HAPPEN and we’ll do whatever we can to partner with you to have a successful event!
Here are several of our most popular booking options:
The Full Band Experience:
Features a 5-piece band & 3 background singers. (A 3-piece horn section is also an option!)
A dynamic and high-energy performance of Sara’s music and other danceable Gospel hits. Features the fun & funky side of Sara demonstrated in songs like Elements of Life (video), Joy of Your Salvation & Dancin’ In the Light (video). Great for outdoor festivals & community outreach concerts, conferences (500+) and large church or community Christmas banquets!
The Small Band Ensemble:
Features a 4-piece band and 1 or 2 background singers.
Our most often booked option because of it’s balance between affordability and musicality. You still get the live band sound, rich & full harmonies and personality of the Elements, but there are less of us so it doesn’t cost as much! Great for smaller conferences, women’s retreats & events and especially Sunday morning concerts & worship leading!
The Acoustic Show:
Features Acoustic Guitar and/or Piano and background vocals.
The Acoustic Show really features the singer and the song. It is great for small, intimate settings that are “listening rooms” like coffee houses, house concerts and small theatres. You’ll be amazed at how Bruce Balgaard (guitar) interprets the jazz & funk on Sara’s CDs on just ONE instrument. Add Billy Steele to the mix on piano and you’ve got a pretty magical and musical evening.
Featured Guest Soloist or Worship Leader:
Sara is a frequent guest of churches such as Westwood, New Hope, Hosanna and Elmbrook. She is available as a guest sololist or worship leader with your church choir, band and/or orchestra for Sunday morning services, special celebrations or Christmas concerts.
DON’T FORGET! Sara & the Elements are also worship leaders serving on staff at their respective churches, so congregational worship is always an option!