Grammy Award winning artist and songwriter J. Moss, Chicago’s Mega-Church Pastor Charles Jenkins, as well as new artists Cheneta Jones and Anita Wilson will join thousands from throughout the U.S. for a conference, concert, gala and more. Every year, I Hear Music in the Air assembles well-known gospel music industry professionals, artists and worship leaders to provide a unique industry perspective by drawing on personal and professional experiences. “Attendees of I Hear Music in the Air will be blessed by the sharing of the wealth of knowledge this weekend of praise and worship, instruction and networking have to offer,” says CEO Tracey Artis.
The weekend kicks off Friday night, May 18 at the Aronoff Center for the Arts in Downtown Cincinnati. The concert will feature Kirk Franklin, Byron Cage, Isaac Carree, BET’s 2011 Sunday Best winner, Amber Bullock, Charles Jenkins and Fellowship, Cheneta Jones and Anita Wilson. Tickets are on sale at the Aronoff Center for $25, $35, and select VIP seating tickets are $50.
Saturday’s events include a conference, teen summit and music competition. Starting in the morning, the “I Hear Music Conference” will be held at Word of Deliverance Church in Forest Park, Ohio. Registration fee is $15. The conference includes classes for women in ministry, new artists, leaders and Pastors in ministry.
The “I Hear Music Teen Summit” will be held at Word of Deliverance in Forest Park, OH. Kirk Franklin will return as the Guest Speaker and National Recording artists Canton Jones, J. Moss, Christopher, and World Choir Games participant, I Hear Music Chorale will fill the lineup. Following the Teen Summit will be the “I Hear Music Best” competition, starting at 3 p.m. at Rhino’s Live. Judges for the event will be Isaiah Templeton, Conference Host and Visionary Tracey Artis and more.
Carlos Hale, owner of Urban Soul Cafe, will bring his gospel showcase to the The weekend wraps up Sunday evening with the Legends Ball at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Sharonville, which celebrates ministries, individuals and organizations that have had an impact on the world. The dinner event will begin at 5pm and will be filled with music from Brian Courtney Wilson and other artists in celebration of the honorees. Honorees for the Legends Ball include the Tuskegee Airmen, NAACP, and the Keynote Speaker, Grammy Award winning artist, Donnie McClurkin. The event will be hosted by Faith Daniels of WROU and Courtis Fuller of WLWT.
Registration for all events is now open. Look for more information at www.ihearmusicintheair.com. Tickets for the “I Hear Music Concert” may be purchased through the Aronoff Center for the Arts at 513-621-ARTS.