UK audiences are set to be wowed by song as international choir The 100 Voices of Gospel announces it will add three UK dates to its World Tour in 2017.
The internationally-renowned gospel choir will play dates in London, Newcastle and Blackburn in April.
They came to prominence to UK audiences as finalists in Britain’s Got Talent earlier this year.
Tickets to the UK concerts priced from £19.50 go on sale at 10am Monday October 31 and are available from www.seetickets.com
Blackburn King George’s Hall – Sunday April 23
London Lyceum Theatre – Monday April 24
Newcastle Theatre Royal – Tuesday April 25
Since its inception in 1998, The 100 Voices of Gospel has travelled across the world sharing its passion, faith and love for gospel with captivated and loyal audiences. The popularity of this excellent choir continues to grow and it has become one of the most famous in the world.
Speaking about the UK dates the choir’s producer Jean-Baptiste Guyon said: “It is a great honour for “The 100 Voices of Gospel” to sing in England.
“The public reception and judges of “Britain’s Got Talent” will remain engraved in our memories throughout our lives.
“The 100 Voices of Gospel” is more than a simple concert and it’s more than just a choir. It is above all a great show (the biggest tour in Europe with 130 people on the road) that combines singing, music and dance.
“We will offer you the best we can for you to share a moment that we hope will be unforgettable.”
Earlier this year, The 100 Voices of Gospel wowed Britain’s Got Talent audiences with judge Alesha Dixon declaring them as her “Golden Buzzer” act which secured them an immediate place in the live finals.
The UK dates are presented by music and event promoters Cuffe & Taylor. Director Peter Taylor said he is thrilled to be able to promote the choir’s only UK shows.
Peter said: “The 100 Voices of Gospel are an incredibly exciting choir so we are delighted to be able to work with them on their World Tour.
“This performances will be a magical experience for audiences and will be enjoyed by young and old alike.
“With just three UK dates these tickets are likely to be very popular so I would urge people to get their tickets as soon as possible.”
Tickets to the UK concerts go on sale at 10am Monday October 31 and are available from www.seetickets.com