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Local and regional performers are featured at the House of Blues Gospel Brunch ... Siunday Mornings Just Got Fresher. (photo from www.houseof blues.com)

A ‘Hallelujah’ Time: House of Blues Gospel Brunch

music, gospel, house of blues, concert, music
Local and regional performers are featured at the House of Blues Gospel Brunch … Sunday Mornings Just Got Fresher. (photo from www.houseof blues.com)
The House of Blues introduces its new Gospel Brunch experience which includes local talent performing both traditional and contemporary Gospel songs personally selected by legendary gospel producer and artist, Kirk Franklin.

Before and during the show, an amazing all-you-can-eat buffet featuring breakfast favorites plus tender carving stations, southern specialties and mouth-watering desserts is available. And, don’t miss the signature chicken and waffles! And if the spirit hits you, you’re invited to end up on stage waiving a napkin and dancing off some of that delicious cuisine! This is a great event for large parties and for the entire family.

The Gospel Brunch takes place every Sunday. This is a great event for groups and for the entire family. Continuous seating is available every Sunday morning from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Reservations recommended, call 843-913-3746. Tickets: adults – $29; children aged 7-12,  $14.50; and children 6 and under,  admitted for free.

The House of Blues is located at 4640 U.S. 17 South in North Myrtle Beach in the Barefoot Landing complex.

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