Sunday, September 22, 2019
12PM – 2PM
Walk Of Fame Park
Lift your spirits. We’ve brought back our Gospel Brunch and tapped a stellar lineup of chefs to prepare their Sunday best for you – Southern classics, creative brunch fare, and everything in between.
Get a jump start on your day with eye-opening cocktails, wine, coffee, and a spirited live gospel brunch performance. Have your camera ready for a gorgeous event at Walk of Fame Park– no Instagram filters needed. We know Sunday’s feast will be a memorable and delicious event.
Access is included with the All-In Ticket or Gospel Brunch Ticket, available on our Tickets page.
- Skylar Buch | Edible Nashville
- RJ Cooper | Saint Stephen
- Katie Coss | Husk
- Laurence Faber | Blackberry Farm
- Romain Fournel | Stompin’ Grounds Restaurant & Market
- Genevieve Ingham | Sur La Table
- Emma Livingston | The Old School Nashville
- Claire Meneely | Dozen Bakery
- Rob Newton | Gray & Dudley
- Jonathan Searle | Proof on Main
- Ryder Zetts | Star Rover Sound
Cedric Sesley & Out For Souls
Cedric Sesley and Out For Souls is a Nashville-based community choir birthed out of a love for, not only Gospel music, but a deep love and calling to minister to the lost and hurting. OFS was formed in 2006 and is comprised of a group of gifted and talented music ministers with one vision-that of souls. Only after a year and a half of ministering together, OFS had already impacted thousands of souls through non-traditional means. OFS has remained true to their call while participating in the 2007 Soul Fest, providing for needy families at Christmas, serving food and ministering to the homeless for the Nashville-based, Bridge Ministries. The choir has shared the stage with such artist as CeCe Winans, Donald Lawrence, Kirk Franklin, Chris Tomlin, Brooks& Dunn, Rascal Flatts, and Trace Adkins to name a few and were special guests at the premiere for the movie “August Rush”. This family of singers has built a solid foundation through their diligent time in prayer and solidifying their love relationship with God first, and then, with one another.