Feast on gospel music at fair events

Feast on gospel music at fair events
September 28
03:00 2017

You can call it “Gospel Feast,” because Gospel Fest at the Dixie Classic Fair offers food for the soul. The acts at Gospel Fest, the free, two-Sunday musical event that The Chronicle is helping to sponsor, range from traditional choirs to the non-traditional.

Gospel Fest will be Sunday, Oct. 1 and Sunday, Oct. 8 from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Clock Tower Stage at the Dixie Classic Fair.

The mass choir from St. Paul United Methodist Church will be back on Oct. 1. Other performers on Oct. 1 will be Richard Dawkins, Deacon Authority, King’s Kid, Mischeal Goldsmith’s The Greater Works Project featuring Bishop Stephen Williams and Nelson Roberts, Pastor Todd Curry & St. Peter “The Rock” Choir,  and Jeremiah Salter & Nu Elevation Worship.  

On Oct. 8, performers will be Saundra Crenshaw & Pure Quality, Dr. George Pass II and NEW, Camari Jeter, Bishop Grosjean Stephens, Raymond & Kim Larkin: Real Love Music, The Gatekeeperz and Patty Perrin & Friends

Emcees will be:

*Debra Terry, an accomplished actress, comedian, singer and producer, who is the event’s organizer and owner of  Mustard Seed Entertainment.

*Carmen Russell, a well-known member of the Russell family who own and operates Russell Funeral Home has had a visible role in the community for decades.

*Busta Brown, a former radio announcer, TV show host, co-founder of the Next Level of the Triad, author and motivational speaker who works with The Chronicle, providing multimedia projects.

The public is invited. A ticket to the Dixie Classic Fair is required for entrance into the fair. Adult tickets are $8 in advance through today, Sept. 28, and $10 at the gate. For more information, go to

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