The Kingdom Choir
At the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, British gospel group The Kingdom Choir sang a moving rendition of Ben E. King’s “Stand By Me,” their voices ringing through Windsor Castle and captivating all 1,900 guests in attendance, plus an estimated 3 billion viewers around the globe. Led by Karen Gibson, one of the U.K.’s most respected gospel tutors and choir conductors, the London-based choir is a tight-knit community of talented vocalists dedicated to harnessing the raw power of the human voice. From their inspiring ode to Britain’s young royals to performances in concert halls around the globe, The Kingdom Choir is known for their breathtaking harmonies, warm energy and infectious enthusiasm on stage, serving as a sterling example of love, hope and unity.
Due to the ongoing repercussions of the COVID pandemic, the Wortham Center is in the process of rescheduling this show to the 2021-2022 season for your safety. If you are a ticket holder, you will receive an email with the new dates when they are confirmed.
If you had already purchased tickets for the original April 29, 2020 performance:
- Do nothing. Your tickets will be automatically transfered to the new date.
- Can’t make the rescheduled date? No problem. Convert your tickets into a credit to be used for another performance in the future (good until June 30, 2022).
- Transform your tickets into a donation to the Wortham Center.
- Request a refund.
Ticketing Policies: If you would like to request a refund for tickets for a rescheduled event, the refund request must be processed by our box office by May 30th, 2020. After that date, our standard ticket policy for Wortham Center Presents events will go back into effect.
Our standard ticketing policy: No later than 48 hours before show time, you may exchange your tickets for another event in the Wortham Center Presents Season; turn your tickets in for account credit to be used toward another Wortham Center Presents event; or donate your tickets to the Wortham Center. Learn more