RESCHEDULED TO 6/5: Blessed by the Best

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Mar 20, 2020

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THIS EVENT IS BEING RESCHEDULED TO JUNE 5, 2020. YOUR TICKETS FROM THIS ORIGINAL DATE WILL BE HONORED. A NEW WEBPAGE FOR THIS EVENT WITH THE UPDATED DATE HAS BEEN ADDED TO OUR EVENT PAGES.

GRAMMY® Awards, Soul Train Music Awards, BET Awards, Dove Awards, BMI Songwriters Awards, GRAMMY® nominations, performances for U.S. presidents - together their list of accomplishments is astounding and individually have earned her the title, “Queen of Contemporary Gospel Music” and seen his talent give him one of the most recognized Gospel and R&B songs ever.

On Friday, March 20, celebrated, award-winning gospel singers Yolanda Adams and Marvin Sapp will visit Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts at 8 p.m. with their Blessed by the Best Gospel Explosion. Tickets, which range in price from $58 - $88, plus applicable fees will officially be available to the general public for purchase on Friday, January 10 at 10 a.m. They will be available at the Pikes Peak Center and The Broadmoor World Arena box offices and online at PikesPeakCenter.com, BroadmoorWorldArena.com and AXS.com.

After 12 albums, five Grammys, and performing for several U. S. presidents, Adams still wows audiences all over the world. Ever since her 1988 debut album, “Just As I Am,” Adams has been renowned for pioneering the blend of modern gospel music infused with soul and jazz. 

 

While she served as a lead singer with the Southeast Inspirational Choir in her native town, Houston, Texas, Adams caught the eye of the prolific composer/producer, Thomas Whitfield, who guided her first album. Her incredible talent and style served to have her hailed as the most versatile contemporary gospel singer since Aretha Franklin.

 

Her brilliant follow-up albums have earned Adams multiple awards from music’s highest honors such as, the Stellars, Grammys, BMI, Soul Train Awards, NAACP Image, BET, and more.  In 2001, she opened a new category and was the first artist to receive an American Music Award for “Favorite Contemporary Inspirational Artist.”  Although the Gospel Music Association has continuously honored Adams through multiple Dove Awards, on May 9, 2017, she was inducted into GMA’s Hall of Fame for her outstanding achievements in the Christian music industry.

 

You may have also heard Adams on the radio airwaves where, for more than ten years, she has hosted her own show, “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show,” which has been heard in more than sixty markets nationally.

 

Marvin Sapp has been singing since the age of four and has shared the stage with many gospel notables. His vocal gift is celebrated across musical genres.  Renowned for songs such as, “Sweeter as the Days Go By,” “Perfect Peace,” “Praise Him in Advance,” “The Best in Me,” and a dedication to his wife, “My Testimony,” Sapp has enjoyed a decorated music career that includes 10 Grammy nominations, 22 Stellar Awards, two Soul Train Music Awards, two BET Awards, two Dove Awards, and eight BMI songwriter’s awards. His mega-selling, “Never Would Have Made It,” held the No. 1 spot on both Gospel and R&B radio for more than a year, and has been among the most ubiquitous Gospel and R&B songs.

 

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Performance Schedule
  • Friday, March 20, 2020 at 8:00 PM CAL