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Praise and worship @ Gospel Fest 2017

Scenes from the 2017 Gospel Fest which was held on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo:VINO
Gabrielle Denae, BVI’s very own gospel recording artiste, who has been recognized throughout the region, was one of the high point at the Gospel fest. Photo: VINO
Gabrielle Denae, BVI’s very own gospel recording artiste, who has been recognized throughout the region, was one of the high point at the Gospel fest. Photo: VINO
Patrons enjoyed a performance from Trinidad and Tobago’s Nigel Lewis, who had the crowd in a frenzy with his energetic performance. Photo: VINO
Patrons enjoyed a performance from Trinidad and Tobago’s Nigel Lewis, who had the crowd in a frenzy with his energetic performance. Photo: VINO
Local artistes Craig and Shanda Glasgow performing at Gospel Fest 2017 which was held on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Local artistes Craig and Shanda Glasgow performing at Gospel Fest 2017 which was held on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Joy Praise performing at the 2017 Gospel Fest which was held on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Joy Praise performing at the 2017 Gospel Fest which was held on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Patrons seen enjoying performances at the 2017 Gospel Fest which was held on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Patrons seen enjoying performances at the 2017 Gospel Fest which was held on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - It was not the official opening of the Emancipation Festival Village, but the grounds saw a night of blessings and praises as people from all over the Territory came out to support the 2017 Gospel Fest which was held on Sunday July 30, 2017 at the Road Town Festival Village.

Patrons were treated to music from local artistes, as well as, international and regional artistes.

The night started off with music from Men of Standard, they were followed by performances from Craig Shiloh and Joy Praise.

Gabrielle Denae, the Virgin Islands (VI) very own gospel recording artiste, who has been recognized throughout the region, was one of the highpoint at the Gospel Fest.

While Ms Denae was performing, fans were seen singing and waving their hands in the air giving praise.

She also used the opportunity to promote her new song and a fan received her CD as a gift for answering a trivia question about Ms Denae’s music.

Patrons enjoyed performances from Trinidad and Tobago’s Nigel Lewis, who had the crowd in a frenzy with his energetic performance.

US international gospel artiste, Myron Butler closed the night.

The Emancipation Festival Village will officially open this evening, Monday July 31, 2017 and it will be in honour of the late Neil ‘Mr Melee’ Blyden.

 

5 Responses to “Praise and worship @ Gospel Fest 2017”

  • just asking... (31/07/2017, 16:25) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    Let the church say amen
  • great (01/08/2017, 00:27) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
    It was good. Really great the only blunder is the MC embarrass the artist from Trinidad in my opinion. It didn't send a good message hope he mend that glitch before he left the arena.
  • the rock (01/08/2017, 06:29) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
    Love to see Craig in his new role, the ting start now, but i'm always disappointed that the gospel fest can't be the official opening, is God not "Good Enough" especially knowing its the churches that started this whole thing, but then again I can bet my last dollar the churches of today will scorn the festival. Organizers next year hold the gospel fest on the first Friday night after the official opening, let the BVI really show the world how we do it here, let all the churches who wants to kick up, kick up, we gone be in there, as Nickolas Friday used to say "hands in de air- jump, jump, jump giving our praises and showing off our awesome God, Boom!


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