Award-winning gospel artist Kirk Franklin and Dwell Nation City have introduced the return of the Exodus Music & Arts Competition. Launched in 2018, the pageant will mark its third yr at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Manufacturing unit in Dallas by increasing from one to 2 days (Might 20-21) for the primary time. Performers who will likely be becoming a member of host/headliner Franklin onstage embody Yolanda Adams, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Tamela Mann and Natalie Grant.
“I am absolutely thrilled that our music festival is back and bigger than ever, now extending to two full days of unique voices and talented artists that will inspire and uplift all those in attendance,” Franklin mentioned in an announcement. “Exodus has always been about bringing together fans and artists in celebration of the power of gospel music, and it’s a true honor to be a part of this incredible event once again. I’m also incredibly thankful for our partnership with Live Nation Urban, which has allowed us to create an unforgettable experience for everyone involved.”
Added Dwell Nation City president Shawn Gee, “Kirk Franklin and his team have been amazing partners for Live Nation Urban. This was the first festival partnership we entered into when the company was formed a few years back. It’s great to see the event grow and scale, and we will continue to invest in the gospel music community as it’s an area of priority for LNU.”
The Exodus Music & Arts Competition welcomed such gospel stars as Mann, Marvin Sapp and Tye Tribbett throughout its aforementioned inaugural yr. For its second yr in 2019, the pageant boasted a lineup that featured Cobbs Leonard, Fred Hammond, The Clark Sisters and Travis Greene, amongst different acts.
Further details about the 2023 Exodus Music & Arts Competition will likely be introduced within the coming weeks. Ticket data is accessible right here.