Faith & Harmony / Dedicated Men of Zion

Wednesday, September 18 at 6:30pm
American Tobacco Campus

“Eastern Carolina’s Celebrated Quartet Gospel Group”

North Carolina Arts Council

Gospel is one of the quintessential musical genres of the American South. The artists in tonight’s concert represent the true heart of this tradition: close-knit family groups who grew up singing together at church, driven by a love of music and faith.

Like their grandparents and parents before them, the women of Faith & Harmony began singing at their church in Greenville, NC when they were just  toddlers. They officially formed the group in 2012 to solidify their commitment to carrying on the family’s musical legacy. The Dedicated Men of Zion is also steeped in the gospel of Eastern North Carolina. While their church background infuses their music, their 2020 release Can’t Turn Me Around was critically acclaimed by both sacred and secular audiences.

Since 1994, Music Maker Foundation has worked to meet the day-to-day needs of the artists who create traditional American music, ensure their voices are heard, and give all people access to our nation’s hidden musical treasures.

Faith & Harmony : Artist Website | Facebook

Dedicated Men of Zion: Artist Website | Facebook


Visitor Info

These outdoor concerts are free; no registration is needed. Bring a chair, a blanket, and visit Parker & Otis, Boricua Soul, Zweli Ekhaya and Mellow Mushroom and other  Campus restaurants  for drinks and dinner. Alcoholic beverages are allowed ONLY if they have been purchased from an establishment participating in The Bullpen Social District; all other alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited. The stage is located under the iconic Lucky Strike water tower, and the closest parking is at the South Parking Deck at ATC

Concerts are weather permitting, with notice of cancellation announced at dukearts.org and via Duke Arts social media accounts on the day of the event.

The 2024 Duke Arts at American Tobacco series features free live concerts every Wednesday in September at American Tobacco Campus in Downtown Durham. This year’s concerts celebrate the roots of American music in celebration of 30 years of Music Maker Foundation.

The series is from Duke Arts Presents in partnership with American Tobacco Campus.

When
  • Wed, Sep 18, 2024 at 6:30pm
Estimated Run Time
90 minutes
Where

American Tobacco Campus
300 Blackwell Street
Durham, NC 27701

TICKETING

FREE

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