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Festival of Praise Tours with RCF

The 2018 Festival of Praise tour featuring gospel greats Fred Hammond, Donnie McClurkin, Take 6, James Fortune and Pastor Charles Jenkins heads out with this year’s theme “Texture of a Man”.

Manager Ray Hammond says he is confident he’s using RCF once again to assure the audiences coming to see them will be able to hear the words of praise and enjoy the music of the Grammy and Dove award winning artists. This year they’re using the RCF HDL50-A large format line array system with 24 HDL50-A dual 12” three-way line array cabinets, 12 SUB9007-AS dual 21” subwoofers, along with 12 HDL20-A dual 10” line array cabinets for side fills in venues where necessary.

The theme of this year’s tour is “Texture of a Man”. As Hammond explains, “The program looks at a view of a man from a woman’s perspective. There’s more to a man than meets the eye,” continuing how their message also provides, “reflections of how men should look at women – a gift from God above.”

The tour features Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter, filmmaker and multi-platinum producer Fred Hammond. Hammond is a Christian music icon having sold over 15-million albums with 12 #1 hits. Also appearing is Tke 6, the most awarded a cappella group in history with 10 Grammy and 10 Dove Awards; multiple Grammy, Stellars, Dove and NAACP award winner Donnie McClurkin; along with gospel chart-toppers James Fortune and Pastor Charles Jenkins.

Here’s the tour schedule:

April 13 – Sheas Performing Arts Center, Buffalo, NY

April 14 – Palace Theatre, Albany, NY

April 15 – MassMutual Center, Springfield, MA

April 17 – Wilbur Theatre, Boston, MA

April 18 – Westbury Theatre, Long Island, NY

April 20 – Township Theater, Columbia, SC

April 21 – Knight Center, Miami, FL

April 22 – Tuscaloosa Amphitheatre, Tuscaloosa, AL

April 24 – Palace Theater, Columbus, OH

April 26 – Power Auditorium, Youngstown, OH

April 27 – Warner Theatre, Washington, DC

April 28 – Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, PA

April 29 – Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, Bronx, NY

May 1 – Riverside Theatre, Milwaukee, WI

May 3 – Kalamazoo State Theatre, Kalamazoo, MI

May 4 – Greater Grace Cathedral, Detroit, MI

May 5 – Peabody Opera House, St. Louis, MO

May 6 – Ralston Arena, Ralston, NE

May 9 – Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY

May 10 – Wicomico Youth Civic Center, Salisbury, MD

May 11 – Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA

May 12 – UMBC Event Center, Baltimore, MD

May 13 – House of Hope, Chicago, IL

May 16 – Celebrity Theatre, Phoenix, AZ

May 17 – Bob Hope Theatre, Stockton, CA

May 19 – Paramount Theatre, Oakland, CA

May 20 – Terrace Theatre, Long Beach, CA

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