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Speakers announced for Washington D.C. festival
Pasha Carter, Tom Ziglar and Krish Dhanam booked for the National Heritage Festival
The National Heritage Festival is a celebration of our progress as a country and an event to bring people together from around the United States in a show of unity and strength. The festival, taking place Sept. 21-23, 2018, in the nation's capital, will feature live musical performances, inspirational speakers and pastors from around the country leading prayers. There will also be a ceremony commemorating the 155th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. During the festival, choirs from all over the U.S. will join together in attempt to set the Guinness World Record for the Largest Gospel Choir.
Top speakers scheduled to be present are:
· Pasha Carter, who built a multi-million dollar empire and is ranked in the top 15 female networkers in the world
· Tom Ziglar, son of Zig Ziglar and CEO of Ziglar, Inc., who was a key collaborator on his father's 30th book, "Born to Win"
· Krish Dhanam, CEO of Skylife Success, co-founder of Krish Dhanam Training and president of Mala Ministries as well as a successful author
· And others
In addition to the noteworthy speakers, the festival aims to make history with its World Record attempt. Choirs will gather from around the country, performing in various locations throughout Washington D.C., as well as in Maryland and Virginia. On the final day, Sunday, Sept. 23, all of the choirs will unite as one at the Lincoln Memorial to form the National Heritage Festival's Old Glory Choir, singing praise and patriotic songs and attempting to break the current record for the Largest Gospel Choir, which is 21,262 people.
The choir will be directed by Craig Smith of Rising Zion Baptist Church in Jeffersonton, Va. To participate, each member of the choir must purchase the official National Heritage Festival T-shirt. To register, click here (https://www.nationalheritagefestival.us/
The event is open to the public. For more information, visit www.nationalheritagefestival.us.
About the National Heritage Festival
The National Heritage Festival is a celebration of unity meant to bring together people from across the country to give thanks to God through song, speech and prayer. The inaugural event will take place Sept. 21-23, 2018, in Washington D.C. The festival will involve choirs from around the country, as well as speakers and pastors and clergy. There will also be a ceremony to commemorate the 155th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. The culmination of the event will include an attempt to break the world record for Largest Gospel Choir. For more information, visit www.nationalheritagefestival.us.