Patti LaBelle in Super Bowl Gospel Celebration.
The Super Bowl Gospel Celebration, an evening of inspiration, brings one sensational night to the city of Jacksonville during Super Bowl XXXIX. With an evening of inspirational music, soul-stirring testimonies from NFL players and a chance to win a pair of tickets to the game, the concert kicks off Super Bowl Weekend on Friday, Feb. 4, at 8:00 p.m. at Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church.
In May 2004, Patti LaBelle new album "Timeless Journey" has been released in The States (on Def Soul Classics) (see here).
This year's event will feature award-winning singing sensation Patti LaBelle, who will share the stage with top gospel artists Donnie McClurkin, Karen Clark Sheard, Byron Cage and Kierra KiKi Sheard. Patti LaBelle will serenade the audience with some gospel favorites and a few inspirational tunes of her own. Also, there will be surprise guest appearances.
"The 2005 event is going to be phenomenal," says Melanie Few, concert founder and manager, and owner of Results Inc., an Atlanta-based marketing and entertainment agency. "We are taking this event to another level. Our show promises to be a true highlight of Super Bowl weekend from the inspirational music and testimonies to the ticket giveaways. The audience will be wowed with this soul-stirring, star-studded event."
In its sixth year, The Super Bowl Gospel Celebration evolved from Christian NFL players wanting an inspirational, family-oriented event during Super Bowl Weekend. The event has drawn thousands and has proven to be one of the most attended events during Super Bowl Weekend. Each year, the gospel concert features the industries top artists joined by several current and former Christian NFL players. In the past, NFL greats Cris Carter, Curtis Martin, Kurt Warner, Michael Barrow, Troy Vincent, Qadry Ismail, Aeneas Williams, Deion Sanders, Quincy Carter, LaVar Arrington, Bryan Scott and more have given their time to the event. Players share their testimonies and inspirational messages with the audience.
The Super Bowl Gospel Celebration also serves as a fundraiser for a non-profit organization in the Super Bowl host city. A portion of the 2005 event proceeds will benefit the NFL YET Center in Jacksonville. Additionally, over the years, more than $150,000 has been given away to the event beneficiaries.
Tickets are $50 and available at TicketMaster locations in Jacksonville, (904) 353-3309 and the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church (a nonrefundable service fee will apply).
Patti LaBelle "Timeless Journey" CD: ORDER IT NOW.