08 10 2022




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Bow Down & Worship Gospel Concert feat Bishop Benjamin Dube Live in UK

The moment we all have been waiting for, Back By POPULAR DEMAND – Bishop Benjamin Dube is coming back to UK with his entire band in Bow Down & Worship Gospel Concert.

Benjamin Dube is a popular South African gospel songwriter, singer, music producer and pastor. He was born to the family of the late Reverend Benjamin Dube (Senior) and Mrs Grace Dube

He is the senior pastor of High Praise Centre. While Dube kept releasing singles and albums, his own church ministry was growing.

Dube also created Dube Connection; a music label licensed to Sony BMG and Spirit Music for his own recordings as well as those of his sons, the Dube Brothers while he signed others. 2010’s Worship in His Presence went platinum while 2011’s Praise the Lord: The Collection, Vol. 1, was certified gold. When he was home in South Africa, Dube preached and sang to thousands each Sunday. On foreign soil, the many sold-out houses and churches he played demanded his evangelical message as well as his music.


2012’s Healing in His Presence was certified multi-platinum, followed by the gold-achieving Looking Back and Renewal in His Presence the following year. After international tours with the Dube Brothers in 2014, Dube wasted no time and delivered the double-length Sanctified in His Presence with guest spots from the Dube Brothers, Mabongi Mabaso, Nomthandazo, Mnguni, and others. After touring the album across South Africa, Asia, and Europe, Dube released Glory in His Presence in 2019. The double album featured a wealth of new material and was loaded with appearances by top-flight South African gospel stars such as Sethu Gumede, Unathi Mzekeli, the Dube Brothers, VaShawn Mitchell, and many others. It was certified platinum in South Africa.

Live with his band, join us for a night of intense worship. Bishop Benjamin Dube will be ministering live with his band.

Do not miss out.


Piccadilly Banqueting Suite, Stratford Road, Birmingham, B11 4AB | Tickets £32.93 – £54.49