On January 9, 2019, Atlanta’s Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms officially welcomed the 20th Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration (SBGC) to Atlanta during a press conference at City Hall with officials from the NFL, the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee, Boys & Girls Club of America and Radio One in attendance.
Returning to Atlanta for its 20th anniversary, the concert will be taped in front of a live audience on Thursday, January 31, 2019 at Atlanta Symphony Hall during Super Bowl LIII week. National radio and tv personality Rickey Smiley is set to co-host the show, which will feature performances by Kirk Franklin, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, The Winans and the Super Bowl Gospel NFL Players Choir. More talent will be announced.
Following the press conference, Mayor Bottoms spoke with members of the media on the events coming to Atlanta for the Super Bowl and more. Terrell Thomas caught up with Mayor Bottoms to give her opinion on what teams she would like to see come to Atlanta for the Super Bowl, what the Super Bowl will mean to Atlanta’s economy, what food items will be on her Super Bowl party menu, and what the big game will mean to Atlanta’s sports and entertainment scene.
The interview was shot and conducted by Terrell Thomas.
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