Potters City, the headquarters for the world prayer centre and Praying family chapel and is bound to host one of the biggest gospel concerts on the Ghanaian music calendar to climax their 70 days Prayer and fasting programme dubbed Open Heavens.
The event–themed Potters Praise 21 is billed to happen at Miosto Prampram, the location of potter’s city on NOVEMBER 2021 28TH.
Leading the All-stars line up will be one of the most sought-after Africa gospel Nigeria based artiste Dunsin Oyekan who is expected to deliver loads of his hit songs including Breathe, Fragrance to fire, Open up, Yah and many more.
The night will also feature the leading urban gospel music artiste Joe Mettle who is expected to hold the crowd with his multiple top chatting hits and melodic backing team.
Then the exquisite Jubilee Tabernacle will for the first time pay host to the reigning VGMA artiste of the year Diana Hamilton who has promised “Potterians” a high octave performance as she delivers one of her multifaceted performances laced with worships, praises, sing-along and stage shaking dances.
Completing the list of invited artistes will be the ever-hyper Koda who has his own way of keeping patrons on their feet with his interactive performances and evergreen lyrics.
The host choir who are expected to kick off the show at 4 PM led by the seasoned Pastor Kay Martin of Osombo fame are expected to thrill early patrons with harmonic tunes and well-choreographed dances.
The General overseer Of Potters City, Prophet Nanasei-Opoku Sarkodie is expected to start the event by dishing out some Inspired Prophetic messages to spark what is going to be a spirit-filled night full of miracles and testimonies.
All roads will surely lead to Potter’s City on Sunday 28th November at exactly 4pm for a worthy and spirit-filled night.
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