The Antioch Fellowship Choir will be celebrating their 10th anniversary in style on Saturday when they will record their first live DVD.
It is happening in the Pretoria State Theatre where doors will open at 5.30pm. Tickets are available at webtickets and Pick and Pay at R100.
The group was founded is 2012 by Lehlohonolo G Mothobi, senior pastor of Antioch Fellowship Church, with a vision of restoring true biblical principles in Gospel music creation, as well as writing music with more biblical substance.
“This event goes beyond the exceptional preparation that has been put in place, or the world class band and production team behind this event. This is the beginning of a movement that will impact the Gospel industry and music industry at large,” say their promoters.
Following the recording the Antioch Fellowship Choir will be going on a national tour to promote the album and to spread the message of hope. Thereafter they will perform in neighbouring Southern African countries.
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