One of the Caribbean’s most celebrated, young gospel stars is this year being touted as the must-see act for all mothers on Mother’s Day. The anticipated date- May 13th, promises to be like nothing experienced in Trinidad and Tobago for some time, this as mothers across the country are guaranteed a night they’ll never forget.
Promotional powerhouse, Randy Glasgow Productions is bringing award winning reggae-gospel singer, Positive as the night’s headline act for a night of true upliftment and goodness. “We need this right now. Mothers need to be held and consoled amid all that’s happening across the nation and even around the world,” said Glasgow. He’s been working tirelessly behind the scenes to come up with the perfect show that will sooth the mental and emotional pains many moms across the country have endured in the past few years. “Over the years we’ve seen the focus switch from truly wining and dining these women- the life-givers, to shows that cater to the youths. We’re trying to reaffirm the place of mothers in our society by bringing them all together under one roof and delivering truly positive energy to them,” he said.
Dubbed the music event of the year, ‘Praises to Mom” takes place at the National Academy for the Performing Arts from 5:30pm on May 13th. In addition to the incredibly talented Positive, mothers and those who accompany them, will be entertained by Sean Daniel, Nathanael, Blessed Messenger and lots more, including a few surprises Glasgow assures will be the icing on the cake for all mothers in attendance. General Admission $150 tickets along with $200 VIP tickets for the event are already on sale at regular ticket outlets across the country, NAPA’s box office in Port-of-Spain and online at SunTixx.com. “This is an incredible show for mothers on this amazing day. We are going to celebrate these women, reinvigorate them and show them just how much they are needed, appreciated and loved. Space is limited and with Positive’s live band backing all the entertainers, we can guarantee that these tickets will be sold out soon,” said the organizer.