g
Printer Friendly Version

editor  
BellaOnline's Gospel and Christian Music Editor
 

New Artists Wanted for Praise in the Park

All new artist soloists, groups, choirs, praise teams, dance teams, and hip-hop gospel talent are encouraged to come out and participate in the biggest gospel showcase in Griffin, Georgia! Praise in the Park is looking for anyone that wants to showcase their ministry. The Festival will have an open mic Spoken Word program on July 8th to kick things off. This event will take place at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church 873 East Solomon St. Griffin, GA from 7-11p.m.

The main event, the new artist showcase and concert is set to take place on Saturday July 9, 2005 at Griffin City Park from 11:00am until-8:00pm. The park is located off Camp Northern St in Griffin Georgia.

The festival will be hosted by Joe Pope of Video Praise TV, Sister Nancy Reese of One Step of Faith television show and none other than Candace Walker of Gospel@Bellaonline and Christian Conversations. There will also be a live remote radio broadcast of the event by WHIE radio out of Griffin.

The featured artist of the event will be Maurice Greene "Spiritual Intimacies" www.mauricegreen.biz of Atlanta Georgia. The new artist Showcase is free and open to all who want to participate, however there is limited slots available for the program. Early registration is required.

Come out and enjoy free food, music and lots of fun! For more information regarding registration and booth space contact: Victorious Praise Broadcasting at (770) 467-6784 or log on to www.videopraise.com


Gospel and Christian Music Site @ BellaOnline
View This Article in Regular Layout

Content copyright © 2013 by Candace Walker. All rights reserved.
This content was written by Candace Walker. If you wish to use this content in any manner, you need written permission. Contact Candace Walker for details.



| About BellaOnline | Privacy Policy | Advertising | Become an Editor |
Website copyright © 2014 Minerva WebWorks LLC. All rights reserved.


BellaOnline Editor