ZimPraise Choir is set to return to London where they will join Dr Morris Cerullo and a host of international speakers and musicians for what has been dubbed “The Last Great Mission to London” from August 4 to 9 at Earls Court One.
The Zimbabwean choir comprising young talented vocalists and performing artists will headline the show that will see guest speakers among them Kenneth Copeland, Bill Winston and Tommy Barnett gracing the event.
Joseph Madziyire who is the chief executive of ZimPraise confirmed the tour saying preparations were on course.
“We have been practicing a lot ahead of the tour and I am happy to say that the choir members are excited with the preparations,” he said.
Last year, ZimPraise went on their first international tour of the United Kingdom where they held two sold out concerts in Birmingham and Lutton.
The choir, which had 30 members, impressed their fans with a glut of their songs taken from their chart topping DVD called “Sungano”.
Of late, ZimPraise has become a leading choir comprising 100 vocalists and instrumentalists drawn from different churches.
As the choir grew so did its brand and the group is now one of the biggest choirs to emerge in Zimbabwe. What is interesting about the choir is that its members are mostly youths.
During their live recording of “Sungano”, thousands of fans comprising the young and the old attended the concert held at the Harare International Conference Centre.
The choir also staged a successful concert dubbed “It’s all about Jesus DVD” in July 2013 , a project which many thought would flop as it was held during the election time. However, everything went according to plan and thousands of gospel lovers attended including heads of churches.