Concept Event Master and Alleluia FM launch the first Ayiti Gospel Fest
For the past few years, Concept Event Master (CEM) team has stood out in the evangelical sector because of quality events like concerts and varied shows. After Exo’s tour in Haiti last December, this year, CEM and Alleluia FM are launching the first edition of Ayiti Gospel Fest.
“Ayiti Gospel Fest is an annual festival that aims to connect all the actors of the gospel music sector in order to discuss the music and the works of Haitian christian artists,” says Louibert Meyer, co-manager of Concept Event Master . More than a concert or a music festival, Ayiti Gospel Fest includes a series of activities such as workshops and training sessions. It will also bring on stage together trend and genre of gospel.
The weeklong celebration started with a worship service on Sunday, December 9 at the Evangelical Baptist Church in Pétion-Ville. Training sessions will take place between Friday the 15th and Saturday the 16th of December. Interested parties can register online by visiting ayitigospelfest.com. The lineup of speakers includes artists from abroad who will share their experiences with local artists before their performances. Jean Jean of Montreal, Evens Grégoire and T-Harold of Born To Serve will be at the Bible Society, at 5 pm, they will be at Complex Trois 27 and at Beree Church of the Berea Church on Saturday, December 15 at 9 am.
The pivotal dates for the first edition of Ayiti Gospel Fest are December 14, 15 and 16. On December 14th, at the Carribean Bar and Grill, at 5 pm, it will be the night of the disc jockeys. Three gospel DJ’s will be featured: Nèg Chenèt la, DJ Wisdom and DJ Holly. Saturday, December 15, will be the grand concert at the Karibe Convention Center at 5 pm with Jean Jean of Montreal, Evens Grégoire, Effets Trio and The Gospel Experience featuring artists like Wiliadel Denervil, Stanley George, Claire Calixte, Barbara Cassamajor and Ruth François. The grand finale will be held Sunday, Dec. 16 at Henfrasa at 3 pm with Born To Serve, Nicky Christ, Rosena Josselin, CAD, Louwanj, Jimla Gospel, YES, Frè Gabe, Mark Edmond, Apocalypse Time, Faith, Seban Mass Choir, Holy Music. A very interesting and impressive lineup.
Source: Le Nouvelliste