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Recording artist David Phelps in concert at MCA
December 8, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Huntington University is pleased to welcome multi-Dove and Grammy Award-winning recording artist, David Phelps, to the Merillat Center for the Arts to performs his Classic Christmas concert on Friday, December 8.
The Classic Christmas concert is one of more than a dozen Phelps and his seven-piece musical entourage will make during November and December. This musical event will be a special evening of worship and will feature many of the songs included on Phelps’ O Holy Night recording, as well as his recently released Freedom recording.
The doors will open for the event at 7:00 p.m. with the concert beginning at 7:30 p.m. Reserved-seating tickets are $18 and $25, and VIP tickets will cost $50. VIP tickets include dinner with Huntington’s President, Dr. Sherilyn Emberton at 6:00 p.m., attendance at Phelps’ sound check and a question and answer session prior to dinner. Tickets are available by calling (260) 359-4261 or purchasing online.
About David Phelps: Once a childhood musical prodigy from Tomball, Texas, Phelps earned a bachelor’s degree in music from Baylor University. Since then, he has become a nationally celebrated vocalist perhaps best known as the powerful tenor for the multiple Grammy and Dove Award-winning Gaither Vocal Band. Emerging as a leading voice in contemporary Christian music, Phelps has been winning the hearts of audiences for more than two decades. He has performed at numerous prestigious venues across the globe, including the White House, New York’s Carnegie Hall and the Sydney Opera House in Australia. His electrifying voice has moved audiences from all walks of life, crossing generational and stylistic barriers.
For information about the Merillat Centre for the Arts visit their box office at The MCA Box Office or call 260-359-4261. The Box Office is open from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays, and one hour prior to all performances.
Please note: The ending time for this event is approximate.