Celebrate in song
Gospelfest showcases the talents of local musicians, churches and youth organizations in an annual celebration the rich heritage of gospel music in Cleveland. Named in honor of Stephanie Tubbs Jones—a dedicated public servant and dual alumna of Case Western Reserve—the concert also serves as the culminating celebration of Case Western Reserve's Alumni Weekend 2012.
Marsha Mockabee, President and CEO of the Urban League of Greater Cleveland, is serving as the honorary chair and Obie Shelton, former news reporter and gospel violinist will serve as the Master of Ceremony. To learn more about festivities planned, visit the University Alumni Relations website.
Featuring performances by:
- Case Western Reserve University’s Voices of Glory
- Cleveland Church of Christ Citadel of Hope Ministries Praise Dancers & Mimers
- Voices of Imani, Imani Temple Ministries
- Elder Shaun Williams and Joyful Noise
- Cleveland Metropolitan School District's All City School Choir
- Obie Shelton
Doors open at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, September 30. The concert begins at 4:05 p.m.
Free and open to the public, Gospelfest takes place at John Hay High School, located at 2075 Stokes Blvd., Cleveland, Ohio. REGISTER HERE to reserve your free tickets or call 216.368.1723 for more information.
Gospelfest is made possible by the collaboration between the Office of Government and Community Relations,University Alumni Relations, University Programs and Events, the Urban League of Greater Cleveland and Delta Sigma Theta Inc.