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First Annual Gospel Concert

August 7 @ 6:00 pm

Music Hall

$45 – $350
First Annual Gospel Concert
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The Louise Shropshire Corporation presents the First Annual Gospel Concert featuring Bishop Cortez Vaughn with local artists Scott Simms, Nathan Gabbard, and Unique Soul. All proceeds go to the building of the group homes for at-risk youth.


About Bishop Cortez Vaughn:

GRAMMY Award Nominee, Stellar Award Winner, Billboard Winner, ASCAP Winner, Steeple Award Nominee, Gospel Choice Award Nominee—currently on tour with multiple award winner Fred Hammond and Commissioned.


First Annual Gospel Concert Parking: 

While we know that parking in our vibrant, active neighborhood can be a challenge, we work hard to make parking as easy as possible for our audiences at Music Hall. There are several parking options around Music Hall including a 450-space underground garage at Washington Park. Also, a surface parking lot is available between Music Hall and Memorial Hall. It is accessible from Elm Street and Central Parkway. If you would rather be closer, convenient parking is available at the Town Center Parking (CET) Garage on Central Parkway. The cost ranges from $5-$10. Pricing is subject to change at any time.


About Music Hall:

Built in 1878 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1975, Cincinnati’s Music Hall is among the City’s most recognizable buildings. Impressive from the outside for its Victorian-gothic architecture, it’s more remarkable on the inside as the home to the Cincinnati Opera (the nation’s second-oldest opera company), Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (the nation’s sixth-oldest symphony orchestra), May Festival (the longest-running choral festival in the Western hemisphere), and Cincinnati Ballet.

Originally serving the City as its first convention center, the three buildings which make up the familiar Elm Street façade were early destinations for nationally acclaimed Industrial Exhibitions, which firmly established the multi-use character of this unique venue. Continuing through the 1970s, programming included everything from sporting events (boxing, wrestling, tennis, ice skating, basketball), traditional exhibits (art, home, military, horticultural, automobile, and trade shows), and everything in between (circuses, big band dances, conventions, and political events, including Republican and Democratic national conventions and campaign appearances by several Presidents).


First Annual Gospel Concert Photo provided by cincinnatiarts.org

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Music Hall
1241 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202 United States
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