The second annual Culture Shock 2011 will bring new artists in contemporary Christian music to Chattanooga for a free concert for the entire family. Culture Shock 2011 is coming to Abba’s House (Awaken Worship Center), 5208 Hixson Pike, on Saturday, June 25, with doors opening at 6 p.m. and the show beginning at 7 p.m.
Culture Shock 2011 is headlined and hosted by Life-Line Worldwide/22Visionz national recording artist T-Ran Gilbert. It features Nashville Recording Artist GoldieLox from the group Kimber Rising and 22Visionz Recording Artist Royalty Jackson.
“Culture Shock is a time for people of different backgrounds to come together in an environment of unity,” T-Ran Gilbert said.
“We’re reaching out to people with music that impacts and inspires.”
Other performers will include hip hop artist Wil Blowe Jr. ("Blowe"), the AbunDance Praise dance team of Abba’s House, recording artist J. Fraze, contemporary band I Fifty Five, psalmist Kimberly Thomas, R&B artist Ternae Jordan Jr., songstress Cynthia Adams, rapper Big Mike Mic and hip hop duo Swaggbotz.
Culture Shock 2011 is a free concert sponsored by 22Visionz Records. The first Culture Shock concert last year took place at the First Tennessee Pavilion.
“Culture Shock is bringing diverse music inside and outside of the walls--reaching the hearts of the city,” T-Ran Gilbert said.
For more information about Culture Shock 2011 or 22Visionz Records, contact Nicole Gwyn at 228-0763 or email@example.com.