Voices to Perform at Riverbend's Faith & Family Night
The Voices of Lee will perform at Riverbend for the festival’s Faith and Family Night on Tuesday, June 14, at 5:30 p.m. in Chattanooga.
The Voices of Lee, a 15-member A Cappella ensemble from Lee University, will be a headlining act that evening, performing on one of the main stages located in Riverfront Park. Other artists headlining Faith and Family Night include Hawk Nelson, Building 429, and For King & Country.
“We are excited to be a part of Riverbend 2016,” said Danny Murray, director of Voices. “What a great event!”
Celebrating more than 20 years of touring, the Voices of Lee has captivated audiences worldwide. The group is characterized by its unique variety of vocal harmonies, high energy patriotic numbers, along with heartfelt worship favorites.
The group was propelled into the international spotlight on the debut season of NBC’s Sing-Off, a competition of A Cappella groups. Out of thousands of auditions, Voices of Lee was selected as one of eight groups to compete and was featured on four prime-time NBC network episodes. After nationwide voting, Voices finished as second runner-up in the Sing-Off. They were also voted one of the favorite groups by the Contemporary A Cappella Society of America. Most recently, they were invited by the Chinese government as featured performers at the Shang Hai International Music Festival.
In addition to the concert, Voices of Lee and staff from Lee’s Office of Admissions will be present to answer questions about the university.
The Riverbend Festival is an international award-winning eight-day music festival. Located in the heart of Chattanooga, Riverbend takes place on “the Scenic City’s front porch,” the Tennessee River waterfront. About 100 acts perform each year on multiple stages, attracting over 650,000 attendees annually.
To purchase tickets or for more information, visit Riverbend.