Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Woodlands, Texas
This summer, the Kingdom Tour featuring today’s hottest contemporary Christian artists comes to Woodlands, Texas! On Friday 8th July 2022, award-winning gospel acts Maverick City Music, and Kirk Franklin will light up the stage at Cynthia Wood Mitchell Pavilion. The Kingdom Tour embarks on a 37-date trek across North America – energizing people’s faith and inspiring one city at a time. Concert goers can expect Maverick City Music to perform their biggest hits, such as “Promises,” “Jireh,” and “Firm Foundation.” Meanwhile, Franklin's fans will be treated to his fan favorites tracks, including “Together,” “I Smile,” and “Looking for You.” Get your tickets now to experience this exhilarating show brought to you by these incredible gospel artists!
Attending a Christian concert is more than just being there for the music. It is a fellowship that can lift the spirits of even the most downtrodden individuals. In Maverick City Music’s case, the group creates music that is not bound by a single genre. The multicultural and multi-racial group is known for creating diverse sounds and experiments with different elements. “The redefining of worship is more so about culture because as different cultures emerge with new expressions and as different generations come forth, there is a need for each culture and each generation to worship in a way that is both in spirit and in truth,” explained singer Naomi Raine. Indeed, this musical style responded well to listeners and critics. Maverick City Music is a multi-platinum selling group. They also won several GMA Dove Awards and won a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album.
Fellow urban gospel artist Kirk Franklin is also no stranger to winning awards. The “Reigning King of Urban Gospel” has won 16 Grammys and 22 GMA Dove Awards. Franklin has sold over 20 million records and has had 20 number 1 hits throughout his career. ” His musical style includes hip-hop and R&B. During an interview, Franklin mentioned that he used a sample from a popular song to get his message across for his track, “I Smile.” “And I just thought it would be really cool for the bridge of the song to be this familiar R&B song that everybody remembered. A lot of times when you're communicating a message like mine – which for the most part is a question – it's sometimes easier to digest or get that message across when you use familiarity.”
If you love contemporary gospel music, you should get your tickets now and experience the music of Maverick City Music and Kirk Franklin!