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The Super Bowl Gospel Celebration was launched in Miami in 1999 during Super Bowl XXXIII weekend. The event became the first, and remains the only Gospel concert sanctioned by the National Football League (NFL). The show has drawn crowds in the thousands and has demonstrated growth year-after-year, selling out venues in major Super Bowl host cities including Dallas, Tampa, Detroit, Jacksonville, Houston and Phoenix.

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Super Bowl Gospel Celebration Special Moves to Amazon, IMDB TV and Bounce After Years on BET

ABC News

Patti LaBelle on Headlining the Super Bowl Gospel Celebration

Morning Express

The Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots are both praying for a win on Sunday… Maybe this will provide some divine inspiration! Melissa Knowles gets a preview of BET’s 20th annual “Super Bowl Gospel Celebration” from the NFL Gospel Choir.


Super Bowl Gospel Celebration: How one black woman built a 20-year tradition. The concert features performances by mainstream singers and former NFL players.

USA Today

Snoop Dogg made a gospel album, and it’s actually wonderful

Stephen’s A-List: Top 5 Atlanta Athletes | First Take

Stephen A Smith reveals his list of top the five Atlanta sports athletes of all time, plus Ricky Smiley joins the debate and explains why he believes the Los Angeles Rams will be holding the Lombardi trophy on Sunday at the Super Bowl.

Associated Press

Choir combines NFL Player’s love of gospel music, football