Kirk Franklin and Ledisi to Bring Their Co-Headlining Tour to Hard Rock Live

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Gospel superstar Kirk Franklin and R&B singer Ledisi [pictured] have just announced that they’ll team up for a co-headlining jaunt they’ve dubbed the Rebel, the Soul & the Saint Tour.

This tour will mark the first time that both artists have been on the road together. The two come to Hard Rock Live on Nov. 2.



“This tour is non-traditional on purpose,” says Ledisi in a press release announcing the shows. “The goal is to not alienate anyone, bringing all people together and to perform music that inspires and reflect the human experience. This is an event for music as a whole. That is why it is called ‘the Rebel, the Soul, and the Saint.’ How awesome will it be to see all these wonderful people on stage, fearlessly expressing life, spirit, and love through music. I am looking forward to this tour with the great Kirk Franklin.”

Franklin agrees that the shows will be something special.



“In this climate the world definitely needs to be reminded of the power of love," he says. "From God's heart to the human touch, Ledisi and I are excited to bring the power of love to the people.”

VIP presale tickets go on sale on Monday, and tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Tuesday.

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