‘Concert of Hope’ to Combat Human Trafficking

Cleveland, TN—Four musical acts are gathering on the stage of Conn Center at Lee University to raise awareness of the scourge of human trafficking.

The Concert of Hope is set for Tuesday, October 24, 2023 at 7:30 pm and will feature Gospel recording artist Jason Crabb, whose distinctive vocal talents and style have been a fan favorite for decades. The same can be said for the group Kindred Souls, featuring musician and songwriter Geron Davis.

The concert will also include performances by two music groups from Lee University: the Symphonic Band and Evangelistic Singers. The groups have a long-standing reputation of musical excellence that have been featured in concerts around the world.

The concert is being jointly sponsored by Lee University, SpiritSound Music Group and the City of Cleveland under the theme, “Raising awareness to human trafficking and providing hope to our community.” Proceeds from the event will benefit two local organizations, Willow Bend Farms and Men Opposed to Sex trafficking (M.O.S.T.). To learn more about these organizations, visit www.willowbendfarms.org and www.wearemost.org.

“We are so proud to welcome Jason Crabb, as well as Kindred Souls to town for this most worthwhile benefit,” stated Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks. “They will be joined by two of Lee’s best musical groups for a stellar night of entertainment.”

Tickets for Concert of Hope are free, but required and can be obtained by clicking here.

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