Event Calendar
Jan 17 , 2014

Music of the Dream

Greater Lansing MLK Holiday Commission presents Tye Tribbett, Kim Burrell, Brian Hurst

Cobb Great Hall

Tye Tribbett - With one of the most relevant voices of this generation.  A sound that reaches the hearts of young as well as the old.  Tye Tribbett creates a dynamic new caliber of music.  Often heralded as the “Elvis of Gospel”, Tye Tribbett has already impacted the genre in such an extraordinary way that has him consistently mentioned amongst such gospel greats as Donnie McClurkin, Israel Houghton & Kirk Franklin.

His High energy, powerful, and infectious music, has helped redefine gospel music, and earned him two #1 albums, two Stellar Awards and three Grammy nominations.

Pastor Kim Burrell - Pastor Kim Burrell: her dynamic, distinctive and captivating voice carries power to soothe and encourage the heart of people everywhere. The Houston native is revered by her peers in the music industry from both the spiritual and secular world. This humble Grammy Award nominee and Stellar Award winner has a true and undying passion for ministry and music.

Brian Hurst - Brian Hurst’s music is focused on themes of praise and worship, consecration, faith and deliverance. After listening, one will understand why he believes so strongly that God has positioned him in the kingdom for “such a time as this” to minister songs that heal, mend, restore, edify, encourage and destroy yokes.

Event Dates/Times

Event Details

  • Jan 17 , 2014
  • Cobb Great Hall
  • Preferred $35, Public $25, $20
  • Preferred seating $35 in advance.  Preferred seating $40 (at the door)

    Preferred seating rows AA-CC

    Public tickets $25, $20 in advnace. Public tickets $30, $25 (at the door)

  • MSU Student tickets $20 (limit 2 per valid ID) in advance

    MSU Student tickets $25 (at the door)

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