- One ticket to the Festival of Praise featuring Fred Hammond and Donnie McClurkin
- When: Wednesday, October 21, at 7 p.m.
- Where: Ted Constant Convocation Center
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- $23 for sections 101, 115–116 (up to $33.50 value)
- $30 for sections 102–105 or 111–114 (up to $43.50 value)
- Click here to view the seating chart
Festival of Praise Tour 2015 Featuring Fred Hammond & Donnie McClurkin
- Fred Hammond: Hammond got his start as the bassist for The Winans, and served as a member of the best-selling gospel acts Commissioned and Radical For Christ before embarking on his award-winning solo career. He’s known as “The Babyface of Gospel,” a nickname that refers to his talents as a music arranger and his pinchable cheeks.
- Donnie McClurkin: Donnie was inspired to start singing at an early age by Andraé Crouch after his aunt joined the gospel legend’s choir. Since then, he’s developed a smooth, yet eager croon that’s earned him three Grammys, two BET and Soul Train Awards, an NAACP Image Award, and ten Stellar awards.
- Kim Burrell: With a jazz-gospel style that draws comparisons to Ella Fitzgerald, this influential singer has claimed titles including Dove and Stellar Awards, and serves as Senior Eldress of The Love & Liberty Fellowship Pentecostal Overcoming Holy Church.
- Hezekiah Walker: Along with his Grammy winning troupe, The Love Fellowship Crusade Choir, the famed pastor creates a joyful blend of traditional gospel fused with modern hip-hop that has attracted figures such as Lil’ Kim and P. Diddy to his Brooklyn megachurch (appearance subject to change).
- Other Notable Acts: Isaac Carree | Jessica Reedy | Zacardi Cortez | Marcus Wiley
Ted Constant Convocation Center
The Ted Constant Convocation Center opened in 2002 as the centerpiece of the University Village project orchestrated by Old Dominion University. A spacious venue that regularly plays host to national touring acts and ODU sporting events, the center boasts such modern amenities as 7,319 cushioned seats, which keep guests comfy during performances.