December 17, 2023 at 5:00 PM
Knight Concert Hall
Described as “James Brown does gospel,” the Blind Boys of Alabama are recognized worldwide as living legends of gospel music. Celebrated by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Recording Academy with lifetime achievement awards, inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and having won five Grammy Awards, the Blind Boys have attained the highest levels of achievement in a career that spans over 70 year.
In The Christmas Show, the Blind Boys present holiday standards from their Grammy-winning 2004 album Go Tell It on the Mountain and from 2014’s Talkin' Christmas. The holiday tour debuted in 2003 and has included soldout shows at prestigious venues such as Benaroya Hall in Seattle, Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco and Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.
Admission is free. However, first-access passes are required. First-access passes will be available starting November 29.
American Sign Language Interpretation (ASL)
*First-access passes do not guarantee entry and expire 15 minutes prior to the performance. First-access passes must be obtained for every member of your party regardless of age. There is a limit of 4 passes per household. Guests will be let in on a first-come, first-served basis as seats become available.
Promo for Screen Reader
Online ticket sales are no longer available for this performance. Tickets may still be available in person at the box office or by calling 305.949.6722.
The New York Times
“They proclaim their reverence in close harmonies and gutsy improvisations that leap heavenward.”
The Washington Post
"Seeing the Blind Boys of Alabama in concert is part living history, part concert, all uplifting experience ... the best moments come when the group join forces for stirring harmonies."
The New York Times
"Their sound remains rich and timeless ..."
"... an experience that is both musically and spiritually inspiring."
“A glorious gospel experience so intense you can feel your sternum throbbing as your body absorbs the offering.”
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