After careful consideration and deliberation, producers and promoters of Verizon’s How Sweet The Sound have decided to postpone the national finale scheduled for this Sunday, November 4th at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
The finale will take place at a time that allows for the safety, travel and enjoyment of the participants and the audience; details of the new finale timing will be announced broadly as soon as they’re confirmed.
“The safety and care for our audience, our extended communities in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, and all of our performers is our first priority,” said Steven Marrs, President of Momentum Entertainment Group – who helps produce the event. “Our thoughts and best wishes are with all those affected by the devastating, life-altering hand of Superstorm Sandy.”
Verizon’s How Sweet The Sound, the country’s most prestigious and premiere gospel music celebration brings gospel greats and the greatest choirs from coast to coast together as they compete to be named “The Best Gospel Choir In America.” The celebration is hosted by Grammy© Award winning artists Donald Lawrence and Yolanda Adams and features Grammy© Award winning artists Mary Mary, CeCe Winans and Hezekiah Walker.
Producers and promoters of Verizon’s How Sweet The Sound continue to stand with and pray for everyone devastated by the impact of Sandy. They continue to express that it was with a heavy heart that they arrived at the decision, but with that same heart and out of great sensitivity and respect for those suffering from the aftermath of Sandy, this decision was made.