This year, the 8th Annual Premier Gospel Awards 2024, powered by Compassion UK, takes a ground-breaking leap to London’s Royal Festival Hall on Saturday, 21st September. More than just an awards night, it’s a spectacular experience that celebrates the profound impact of gospel music, with unmissable performances.

The Premier Gospel Awards is a celebration that has resonated with fans nationwide, showcasing and honouring the transformative power of gospel artists. This year, we’re amplifying this experience by introducing ‘Best Worship Group,’ a new category sponsored by Visit Antigua and Barbuda where the audience takes the helm in celebrating worship music’s influence.

Muyiwa Olarewaju OBE, Head of Premier Gospel, shares his enthusiasm: “Gospel music moves us deeply and is a vital part of our culture often overlooked by mainstream recognition. Hosting this year’s celebration at such a prestigious venue marks a shift – it’s music that makes you feel something profound.”

Adem Holness FRSA, Head of Contemporary Music at Southbank Centre, echoes this sentiment: “We’re thrilled to welcome the Premier Gospel Awards. It’s an honour to celebrate the UK’s gospel scene – music that uplifts culture and resonates with the heartbeat of our city.”

From the beat of the drum to the roar of voices, this year’s awards promise an uplifting journey through gospel music – it’s not just about listening; it’s about feeling. Expect an evening where music is both the medium and the message; where every note and lyric unites and inspires.

Since its inception in 2016, the awards have illuminated the music, message and culture of the genres, spotlighting talents like Travis Greene and CalledOut Music. This year continues this tradition of excellence and inclusivity.

Feel the heartbeat of a people in the heart of London. Can you feel it? It’s not just uplifting music; it’s uplifting culture.

For tickets and information on voting or nominations for this landmark event that promises to make you feel something special visit

Don’t miss out on a night where gospel music’s power to inspire and unite comes alive.

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