Unity Media Limited the creators of Gospel Superfest officially announces its plan to return its flagship production to the city of Dayton, Ohio for its 19th annual national TV recording session. Noted for its innovative Broadway styled production, the shows have become a staple TV program among faith-based and general market TV audiences worldwide.
This year, the show is proud to welcome African Pride as “Title Sponsor” for the upcoming Dayton, Ohio session and 19th TV season. “Our African Pride family is excited to partner with the Gospel SuperFest as their 2019 title sponsor,” said Kendria Strong, African Pride Director of Marketing. “Gospel music is a staple in many homes and communities that we serve, and we look forward to joining the Gospel SuperFest team for what will surely be an empowering celebration.” “We are absolutely thrilled to welcome African Pride as our title sponsor for 2019 and we have been blessed and very fortunate to remain relevant to our viewers, the gospel music fan-base and to corporate America,” says Bobby Cartwright, Jr. who is the show’s executive producer and founder.
For the second consecutive year the African Pride Gospel Superfest will be recorded at the 100 million-dollar-state-of-the-art Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center in Dayton. As fans have become accustomed to witnessing throughout the years, the production will include a who’s who of urban, inspirational and mainstream performers from across the musical spectrum. The show has built a reputation in the industry of including a diverse array of gospel, urban, rap and hip-hop styled talent while offering “A List” TV and film celebrities as hosts and presenters. The 2019 African Pride Gospel Superfest is sure to uplift, encourage and motivate attendees when the production returns to Ohio. The Show will be hosted by Film and TV star Wendy Raquel Robinson who is most noted for her roles as Regina “Piggy” Grier on the hit sitcom “The Steve Harvey Show.” And most recently her leading role on the BET Network’s hit drama “The Game” where she stared as the feisty Tasha Mack.
The African Pride Gospel Superfest live TV recording will take place, Saturday, June 22, 2019 at 7:00 PM at the Schuster Performing Arts Center located at 1 W. Ludlow Street, Dayton, OH 45402. Tickets for the event will be available beginning Valentine’s Day, Thursday, February 14, 2019. Tickets will be sold exclusively through the Schuster Center box office and online at www.ticketcenterstage.com. Tickets can be purchased by phone by calling (937) 228-3630. More info is also available at www.gospelsuperfest.com.
About African Pride Gospel Superfest
The African Pride Gospel Superfest is one of the nation’s largest TV recordings in the field of urban-targeted, inspirational music and entertainment. Founded in 1998, the show has maintained a consistent presence in broadcast syndication for nineteen consecutive years. Releasing five one-hour specials annually, the shows are carried by major network affiliates including ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CW, MYTV and full power independent stations nationwide. The production is known for its elaborate staging, trendsetting production and Hollywood styled approach to gospel music television. African Pride Gospel Superfest TV programming reaches millions of TV viewers annually via domestic syndication and Cable. Previous productions have aired on TV One, Aspire, Bounce, TBN, Word, Daystar and ION networks making Gospel Superfest the most widely distributed TV brand in the history of black gospel music. Gospel Superfest has been supported nationally by Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Wal-Mart, Allstate Insurance. Gospel Superfest is a trade name of Unity Media Limited of Ohio.
About African Pride
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