On Friday, April 10th, the 2020 GospelFest presented by A. Curtis Farrow, will be held at the Fiserv Forum (1111 Vel R Phillips Avenue) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It will feature performances from Yolanda Adams, Hezekiah Walker, Le’Andria Johnson, David and Tamela Mann.
Tickets, which are available via Ticketmaster, starts at $35 USD and goes all the way up to $105 USD.
On Friday, March 13th WLNO Radio, which airs on the 1060 AM dial in New Orleans, will be celebrating their four year anniversary at the Beacon Light International Baptist Cathedral (1937 Mirabeau Avenue).
They have invited several artists to join in the celebration, namely: Anthony Brown & Group Therapy, Ernest Pugh, Kayla Richardson, Titus Showers, Sherwin Gardner, The Williams Singers, James Pinckney with The Sound of Holiness and Josh Kagler & HPC.
The Kitson Town Gospel Concert & Food Festival will take place on Ash Wednesday, February 26th at the Kitson Town Primary School in West Central, St. Catherine, Jamaica.
There will be performances from a slew of trending gospel talents, namely; Jermaine Edwards, Rhoda Isabella, Brother Andre, Alicia Taylor, George Nooks, Kukudoo and Nicholet Brown. Additional music will be provided by DJ Sticko. This is a free event that will begin at 4 PM.
The Stellar Awards is the first Gospel Music Awards show in America, honoring Gospel Music artists, writers and industry professionals for their contributions to the Gospel Music industry.
The 2020 staging will take place on Friday, March 27th at the Orleans Hotel & Casino – located at 4500 West Tropicana Avenue – in Las Vegas, Nevada from 6 to 9 PM PDT. Both Koryn Hawthorne and Jonathan McReynolds have been tapped with hosting duties this year.
On Ash Wednesday, February 26th, Team Unstoppable will host the 2020 staging of ‘Trelawny Me Born & Grow’ at Stettin Playfield on Main Street in Trelawny. Though this is a secular event gospel recording artist Kevin Downswell will be on hand to represent the gospel.
‘Trelawny Me Born & Grow’ is a family fun day that will run from 11:00 AM to midnight. In addition to the live performances, they will also have bounce-a-bout and merry go round for the kids. Advance tickets are going for $1,000 JMD for adults and $500 for children.
This Saturday, February 15th, the RJR Gleaner Cross Country Invasion will make five stops in three Parishes: St. Thomas, Portland and St. Mary. Gospel recording artist Rhoda Isabella will be a featured guest at all the day’s events.
The first stop will be at Pang in Morant Bay at 10 AM; this will be followed by World Blacks at 11:30 AM (Golden Grove Square). At 1:45 PM they will be at the Bigga 5 in Port Antonio Square; and again at Bigga 5 in Annotto Bay at 3:30 PM. The final stop will be at the Family Fun Day at Port Maria Primary at 5 PM.
Inspirational singer Rondell Positive, known for penning some of the most captivating gospel songs, has return with another potential hit, titled ‘The Mirror’. Reminiscent of Bob Marley’s ‘One Love’ and Michael Jackson’s ‘Man In The Mirror’, the song is a call for people to look introspectively at themselves and become the change they want to see in life and society at large.
Rondell Positive is currently rolling out an aggressive promotional campaign around this project, including a launch and an island-wide tour.