When Gospel Goes Global with Dr Tumi and Friends, gospel enthusiasts from all over the world will be able to tune in to this live online show streamed from the Heartfelt Arena in Pretoria.
‘I can’t wait for this concert – especially after the year we have all endured,’ the award-winning South African gospel artist, Dr Tumi, said.
‘With this live online show, we would like to encourage each and everyone and refresh them for the time ahead,’ he explained.
As one of the most sought-after songwriters for contemporary gospel in South Africa, Dr Tumi will nourish souls with an inspirational message, worship, and hope for the future.
Dr Tumi has overwhelmed this country with his programme, Heart to Heart with Dr Tumi, that has premiered on Mzansi Magic and allowed viewers to worship, in the comfort of their own homes, amidst the global Covid-19 pandemic.
Like many an artist, Dr Tumi, who is a producer, songwriter, instrumentalist and vocalist, kicked off his music career in Sunday school decades ago. It was at church where he honed his skills as a songwriter, pianist and singer. The songwriting bug hit Dr Tumi when he was 12 years. Since then he hasn’t looked back as he continues as the Lord’s pen and the ink of the Spirit. He is known for writing and producing new songs in a season where there’s deeper yearning for such.
With multiplatinum-selling albums, 14 awards and a great following, attesting to the virtuoso talent he possesses, Dr Tumi remains humble and meticulous in an expedition to draw inspiration from the throne of grace to minister destiny aligning, soul reviving, enriching songs.
Gospel Goes Global will be the first live stream worship concert for Dr Tumi and makes him very excited to know that thousands of lives will be touched. He will be accompanied by a world-class band and choir.
Gospel Goes Global will be live from 7pm to 10:30pm on Friday, 6 November. Tickets are R150 and available from iTickets here.
Details: 086 100 0291
Limited packages to enjoy the show live at the Heartfelt Arena is also available at R2 500 per ticket and includes a buffet dinner with VIP access. Only 250 tickets are available to adhere to lockdown regulations due to Covid-19.