Popular American gospel artist Nicole C Mullen says she loves Zimbabwe and was honoured to be invited back at this year’s Crossline Music Worship Festival. The “My Redeemer” singer is expected to perform at the three-day festival which starts on August 24 and ends on the 26th in the Harare Gardens.
“During our last two visits in Zimbabwe we felt welcome, we worshipped God as one people and the Victoria Falls were breathtaking!” she said.
This will be her third visit to Zimbabwe after her past performance last year when she came together with her family including her parents. “We are honoured to be invited back again,” she said in an interview.
The festival will open on August 24 with the main act being Pastor Herman Chimusoro of Crossline Music and Video. Mullen will take to the stage on August 26.
The curtain will come down on the festival with a must-attend performance by another top American gospel singer — Michael W Smith. The Grammy Award-winning Smith will be performing in Zimbabwe for the first time and it is hoped that some fans will come from Botswana, Zambia and South Africa.
“Tickets are already on sale at designated churches such the UFIC, Northside Church, ZAOGA, The Base, Harvest Church, Renewal Church, Cornerstone Church, River of Life Eastlea/Westgate Celebration (Westgate), Celebration (main church), Scott Riddel, Scott Marques, Greystone Park Church, Church of the Nazarene — Avondale, Kingsmead Church, The Rock and Salvation Army Masiye Camp (both in Bulawayo), Highland Presbyterian, Central Baptist, Logas Ministries and Faith Ministries in Borrowdale or Westgate,” Pastor Herman Chimusoro told The Herald.
“Depending on the day, the ordinary ticket will go for USD10 to ca USD 20 for the first day of the festival. And those who want to watch Nicole will part with at least anything between USD15 to USD 30. As for the last day of the festival which features Smith, tickets will start from USD 20 to about USD 50 for the VIP enclosure,” Pastor Chimusoro furthered informed the public.