Concert alert: Marvin Sapp
TULSA — Gospel recording artist Marvin Sapp (pictured) is set to headline the Most Powerful Voices Gospel Concert at 7 p.m. Nov. 5 at the Mabee Center, 7777 S. Lewis.
The concert is part of a seven-city tour featuring Sapp, Myron Butler and Levi, Ted Winn and Brian Courtney Wilson. The event is sponsored locally by St. John Hospital.
The Most Powerful Voices Gospel Tour is designed as an evening of empowering music fused with healthy lifestyle messages. It is part of the American Heart Association’s Power to End Stroke campaign to educate the black community about its increased risk for stroke.
Sapp’s 2007 hit single “Never Would Have Made It” held the No. 1 spot on gospel radio for nearly one year. His latest hit single is “The Best in Me” from his 2010 album “Here I Am.”
Cost is $20. People who purchase their tickets before Oct. 27 will receive $5 off the ticket price.
To purchase the tickets by phone, call (918) 495-6000; online at www.MabeeCenter.com or in person at the Mabee Center Box Office.
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