Unusual Praise 2019: Anticipation rises for ‘biggest praise concert in Nigeria’
Anticipation is approaching fever-pitch for Unusual Praise 2019, the annual religious praise concert organized by the Catholic Church of Divine Mercy.
Widely regarded as the biggest praise concert in Nigeria, Unusual Praise 2019 holds on Friday November 29th at Periwinkle Estate, Freedom Way Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.
Unusual Praise is the one of the most eagerly anticipated and well attended praise concerts in Nigeria. Currently in its 9th edition, Unusual Praise 2019 will feature amazing performances from a star-studded cast of ministers, with attendances drawn from all over Nigeria, including worshippers from other denominations, faiths and countries.
A night of soul-lifting worship and unusual praise, attendees will be treated to an unforgettable experience marked by spiritual connection, glorious edification, masterful worship, as well as refreshing and divine upliftment.
The popular praise concert will be televised live to a global audience by broadcasting giant, MultiChoice. Specifically, the event will be streamed live on DSTV Channel 198 and GOTV Channel 2. The action begins at 5pm.
Already, a high-profile cast of gospel ministers have been lined up to deliver soul-lifting ministrations on the day. They include Chioma Jesus, Nathaniel Bassey, Tope Alabi, Chinyere Udoma, Sir Jude Nnam, Bukola Bekes, Akanchawa, Mercy Chinwo, Panam Percy Paul, Joe Praize, Grace Eze, Osinachi Nwachukwu, BJ Sax, Big Bolaji, David G, Chukwuemeka, Phillip O, Olumide Dada and a host of others.
Further raising the excitement for Unusual Praise 2019 is the availability of free Wi-Fi at the venue for worshippers. In addition, free transportation has been provided for attendees, with air-conditioned buses to convey worshippers from eight locations.
They include Festac (Holy Family Catholic Church), Maryland (St. Agnes Catholic Church), Alaba (St. Patrick’s Catholic Church), Ikorodu (St. Augustine), Ogba (Our Lady of the Holy Rosary), Akowonjo (Christ the King), Surulere (National Stadium) and Yaba (St. Dominic’s Catholic Church).
Unusual Praise has the mission “to promote evangelisation by creating an unforgettable praise experience, utilising live music and praise as a tool to inspire and challenge people from all backgrounds to share the message of Jesus Christ.”