Grammy-winning Contemporary Gospel superstar, Kirk Franklin will embark on his nationwide “Fearless Tour” of 15 states in four weeks.
The tour will kick off on Nov. 1 and will feature special guests Isaac Carree, BET Sunday Best winner Amber Bullock, as well as Deon Kipping and Jason Nelson.
The “Fearless Tour” will focus primarily on music from the chart topping album“Hello Fear.”
In these times of uncertainty, Franklin is especially passionate about this tour because the album sends out the message of hope in the midst of fear.
His own life experiences, revelations and lessons learned bring him new motivation and inspiration to let these messages be heard.
“I have learned so much. I want to take those lessons as well as my own experiences as a man who grew up with one foot in the church and one foot in the streets, and use that to connect with this generation.” Franklin aims to share these lessons with young, urban audiences while on the Fearless Tour.
The Gospel artist is also partnering again with the American Heart Association’s “Power to End Stroke” campaign to increase awareness and to educate the African American community about their risk of stroke — the third leading cause of death of all Americans and a leading cause of long-term disability among African Americans. Franklin will use his voice to help his fans understand that stroke is largely preventable by watching your diet, getting regular exercise and not smoking. He also will share the importance of knowing your individual risk factors, such as family history, high blood pressure or diabetes, as well as working with health care providers to manage risk.