Tope Alabi, Timi Dakolo, Travis Greene, Kirk Franklin others ignite at ‘The Press "Enter" to skip to content

Tope Alabi, Timi Dakolo, Travis Greene, Kirk Franklin others ignite at ‘The experience 2018’

Amazingly mammoth crowd all gathered at the Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos for the 13th edition of the Experience programme organized by the House on the rock led by Pastor Paul Adefarasin and Pastor Mrs. Ifeanyi Adefarasin. The yearly gospel event attracts amongst others Christians and non-Christians under one roof to worship and sing praises to God Almighty and like other year; this year features talented and award-winning and renowned indigenous and international gospel artists such as Don Moen, Kirk Franklin, Donnie McClurkin, Timi Dakolo, Travis Greene, Nathaniel Bassey, , Vicki Yohe, Chioma Jesus, Tope Alabi, Eben , Tim Godfrey, Mike Aremu, Glowreeyah, Onos, Eno Michael and Chee. And for the first time at The Experience are JJ Hairston, Planetshakers and Ada Ehi. Averaging a yearly attendance of over 500,000 people at the venue, with millions more watching online from all over the globe, it has grown to become one of the biggest gospel concerts in the world. With the theme ‘Jesus our Peace’, the allure of the experience is its penchant for unifying people irrespective of nationality, faith, gender, status or political persuasion, Adefarasin state He said the event is held every year at the Tafawa Balewa Square in Largo because of the spiritual, historical and political significance of the TBS as a true iconic centre of hope for a people determined to establish their true identity. According to him, The Experience 2O18 promises to be an evening of edifying enjoyment as the constellation of the world’s finest gospel artistes would be leading us in unrestrained praise and worship into our Creator’s glorious presence. He noted that regardless of the outcome of the forthcoming elections; peace is the ultimate candidate that we should all support, and must be the candidate that wins. “Despite many challenges Nigerians may face, we cannot afford to lose faith in God’s ability to turn things around for our good, choosing to see a bright future, the Nigeria of our dreams, one that we can proudly bequeath to the next generation.” “Our elected representatives can no longer afford to the selfish luxury of focusing on their own interests, rather they must be fully capable of managing our affairs.” Mutiat Alli

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