LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. —
A Gospel Music Concert will be held at the Corbin Arena for a second consecutive year on Friday, April 25. Local talent from across the southeastern region will transform The Arena into a house of worship for two and a half hours. Admission is $8.
Last year, the event drew a crowd of about 1,700, helping promote the city of Corbin and — more importantly — uniting all denominations of the Christian faith for worship.
Performers include Clear Fork, a group formed from parts of Jellico and Williamsburg; New Harvest, a group formed in 2011; The Singing Cupps, a “meek and humble” group that has gained national attention by singing at social gatherings; The Gospel Jammers, who perform regularly in Corbin; True Lamb, another local singing group; and four soloist artists including Ethel White, Matt Bowling, Wanda Cornelius, and Janus Jones.
The concert will be held Friday, April 25 from 6:45 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. Individual tickets are $8; group rate tickets are available for $5. Tickets are available online via Ticketmaster at www.thecorbinarena.com or from any member of the Corbin Gospel Board of Directors.
For more information, call (606) 344-5018, (606) 524-3667, (606) 521-0345.