The world’s largest gospel concert places faith in Outline for the seventh consecutive year

March 5, 2020

The world’s largest gospel concert places faith in Outline for the seventh consecutive year

CyTech World Communication covers close to three-quarters of a million people in Lagos with GTO line arrays processed by Newton

Africa — Several hundreds of thousands of people from all over the globe attended the fourteenth edition of The Experience annual interdenominational gospel concert held in Lagos, Nigeria, convened and hosted by the Senior Pastor of The House on The Rock, Paul Adefarasin, confirming the unique event’s stellar reputation as the largest gospel concert staged in Africa and probably the world.

Since its first edition in 2006, The Experience has been nominated for several awards, and the latest was no exception, as it was nominated “Corporate Event of The Year” by Most Influential People of African Descent [MIPAD] and received The Event of Excellence Award by African Gospel Music and Media Awards (AGMMA) among others.

Staged on Friday, 6th December, 2019 from 7pm till dawn at the Tafawa Balewa Square, Onikan, Lagos. The event featured, as always, a stellar cast of top artistes, including Travis Greene, Sinach, Nathaniel Bassey, Don Moen, Donnie McClurkin, Tope Alabi, Planetshakers, Chioma Jesus, Eben, Onos and Sammie Okposo, as wells as several newcomers to The Experience stage, such as Todd Dulaney, Mercy Chinwo and Preye Odede.

For the seventh consecutive year, Lagos-based CyTech World Communication provided the huge Outline audio system that had the responsibility of delivering the message communicated by speech and music to the huge crowd.

A longstanding Outline client, CyTech’s owner and MD Cyril Utomoibor deployed numerous Outline products from his large stock, including GTO, C-12 and Butterfly line array systems, LAB 21 infra-subs, DBS 18-2 and Subtech 218 sub-bass enclosures, DVS and Doppia point-source systems and H.A.R.D. 212 wedge monitors. Outline’s Newton 16+8 FPGA processor was also deployed.

Rightly proud as a Nigerian of the project, Utomoibor stresses the event’s huge importance, enthusing, “Outline’s loudspeakers definitely outperformed all the others used at previous editions and being confirmed for the seventh consecutive year proves that we’ve done a great job in the past!”

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