Pigeon Forge, TN () – The 2014 Creekside Gospel Music Convention is just a few weeks away and Coastal Media Group has been working hard to present another great week of Gospel music. On November 3rd through 6th, artists and fans from across the country will head to the Smoky Mountain Convention Center in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee for evening concerts, daily matinee presentations and much more.
Little Willie Wynn along with Woody Wright and all their friends will appear for a “Bash” night. night, SGN Scoops will host their 2014 Diamond Awards ceremony, highlighting the best in Southern, Country and Bluegrass Gospel. night, special features include the popular Red Back Hymnal Artist Choir at and the special CD release party for The Kramers at . night, Creekside will host their closing ceremonies.
Each day of the event there will be Chapel Services as well as Concert Matinees. Creekside will welcome artists such as The Freemans, The Steeles, The Williamsons and many more. Best of all, the tickets are free for each event.
“Smoky Mountain Resorts and the Smoky Mountain Convention Center are thrilled to host Creekside Gospel Music Convention for the 3rd time in 2014,” says Pete Smith. “Gospel Music is really growing in popularity and particularly in the Smoky Mountain Area. There is just something about being in the pristine mountains and hearing great gospel music that compliment each other. It is definitely a favorite for the guests and our staff as well. We have to remind our staff that they are working during the event, because the music is so uplifting. Most importantly it allows our community the opportunity to thank God for the gift of the Smoky Mountains.”
Rob Patz, CEO of Coastal Media Group and publisher of SGNScoops, commented, “We are happy to be returning to the Smoky Mountain Convention Center with Creekside 2014. It is going to be a great time of music, fun and fellowship. I love this area because we are so close to the Smoky Mountains during the fall, when God strokes His paintbrush over the trees and shows us the beauty of nature in a special way. Combine that beauty with terrific Gospel music and you have an unbeatable combination.” Patz adds, “We are also very grateful to Pete and all of his staff for always treating us with such great hospitality. We so appreciate all they do to welcome us and make us feel special!”
The Creekside Gospel Music Convention will be presented on November 3rd through 6th at the Smoky Mountain Convention Center, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Tickets for this event are free but must be reserved at http://www.