With the impact of Hurricane Matthew expected to affect the Fayetteville region and surrounding areas, in the interest of public safety, the Kirk Franklin & Donnie McClurkin show scheduled for the Crown Coliseum on Saturday, October 8 has been rescheduled to Thursday, November 17 at 7:00 pm.
Patrons with tickets to the show are asked to hold onto their tickets, as they will be honored on the new date.
“The comfort and safety of our guests, performers, and employees is our top priority.” said Spectra’s Jim Grafstrom, General Manager of the Crown Complex. “With the severe weather we are expecting in our region, we felt it was in the best interest of all to postpone the show.”
“We are extremely grateful to Kirk Franklin & Donnie McClurkin for their willingness to reschedule this date.” said Wes and Sandy Cookman, WIDU Radio. “We are humbled that the Lord continues to entrust us with the stewardship to present this inspiring community event and with your continued support through this rescheduling, we will. The safety of the people of our community is of utmost importance and our prayers are with everyone in the path of the storm.”
Patrons who purchased their ticket(s) through their Church, WIDU Radio, Cape Fear Valley Hospital, or at the Crown Complex Box Office and would like to request a refund may do so by bringing their valid show ticket(s) to the Crown Complex Box Office and remit for a refund.
Patrons who purchased tickets via phone or internet and would like to request a refund, may do so by calling Spectra Ticketing at 888-257-6208.
Anyone requesting a refund must do so by Saturday, October 15 at 6:00pm.
For nearly two decades now, Kirk Franklin has been a multi-platinum-selling purveyor of majestic fusions of gospel and contemporary music, and a mirror of Christian humanity boldly reflecting what one faith walking man can accomplish when he focuses on God and taps deep into the gifts He gives. Franklin is a pioneer in gap-bridging musicianship, uniting audiences across gospel, hip hop, pop and R&B. His irresistible rhythms and rhapsodies have resulted in albums that consistently top both Billboard’s Gospel and Christian charts, as well as ascend triumphantly into the Top 10 of the R&B/Hip Hop chart. His unprecedented penetration into the mainstream has fortified him to also become a New York Times bestseller author for The Blueprint: A Plan for Living Above Life’s Storms (Gotham/Penguin). Franklin is also the host and executive producer of the gospel talent show “Sunday Best,” the highest-rated gospel program in BET network history now heading into its fourth season. To date, the musical trendsetter has garnered nine GRAMMY® Awards; an American Music Award; 39 Stellar Awards (gospel); 16 Dove Awards (CCM); eight NAACP Image Awards; two BET Music Awards, a Soul Train Award and numerous others