Worshippers got down on their knees, older folks got out of their chairs, tears streamed down the faces of many while others, with hands raised, shouted hallelujah praises.
It was the eighth staging of the Heart Praise Worship Fest and families came out in support of the only gospel event of its quality and nature to be held in the parish of St Thomas.
Changing its usual location, the grand Labour Day gospel concert found new abode on the lawns of Lyssons Pavilion, a long-time go-to venue for large events in the parish.
The family event, which is sponsored by iCool, saw people of all ages enjoying live performances from some of the top names in gospel, including Papa San, Jermaine Edwards, Rondell Positive, Kimola Brown-Lowe, and Jermaine Gordon.
The now Christian comedian, Ity Ellis, also graced the stage with his acts, which had the crowd crying with laughter.
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Also ensuring a good time throughout the evening was emcee and comedian Dwight ‘Barrel Man’ Ross.
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