House of Blues Gospel Brunch Presented by Kirk Franklin
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The last date listed for Gospel Brunch Presented by Kirk Franklin was Sunday March 1, 2015 / 1:00pm.
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Featured review from Chrystal Stubbs
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Great music and atmosphere. The singers had great voices and the host interacted well with the crowd. The seating wasn't set up where everyone could see well and the lines for the food were really long. The food wasn't hot, but overall pretty tasty. Go for the music and experience and not for the food.
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Really disappointed that this was not a Kirk Franklin concernt. The ad did not make that very clear and there were a number of other people at the event who also felt mis-informed. The food and service at the brunch was good. The music and...continued
Gospel brunch seating is family style, meaning you are seated at large tables with other parties.
Ticket price includes the brunch buffet, live gospel show, tax and non-alcoholic beverages such as coffee, tea, soda, juice and milk.
The brunch lasts approximately two hours, closing with a one-hour live gospel show.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the IHOBF, providing arts and music support to underserved youth.
Please note that Kirk Franklin does not perform at this event.
About the Ticket Supplier: House of Blues Houston
House of Blues Houston opened in October of 2008 and is located in downtown Houston. The only House of Blues to be designed in a vertical format, this massive venue is the anchor for the Houston Pavilions outdoor shopping and entertainment complex. The Bronze Peacock Room pays tribute to Houston’s first blues club where Big Momma Thornton and Lightnin’ Hopkins played. The giant hand-painted mural in the restaurant portrays these legends, along with hometown heroes Albert Collins Johnny “Guitar” Watson. In keeping with tradition, the House of Blues Houston displays the “Crazy Quilt” and keeps a metal box of mud from the Delta Mississippi underneath its stage.