Blue Gate Theatre and the National Quartet Convention have joined forces to present the Shipshewana Amish Country Jubilee, to be held October 13-15, 2022, featuring some of Gospel music’s most beloved artists.
A 10-year contract extension was signed today by Pigeon Forge city leaders and NQC representatives.
The alternate event, the NQC Fall Festival, will now take place from September 27 – October 3, 2020 at the LeConte Center in Pigeon Forge, TN.
The National Quartet Convention (NQC) has announced they are producing an original television series called, NQC’s American Gospel.
The 60th Anniversary edition of NQC – the National Quartet Convention – is shaping up to be quite the celebration. With once-in-a-lifetime group reunions, special showcases, and so much more, Gospel music’s largest annual event is better than ever this year. Truly, the song goes on!
During a press conference today, the board of directors of NQC (National Quartet Convention) and the LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge announced a five-year contract extension that keeps gospel music’s largest annual event in Pigeon Forge through 2021.
A global audience enjoyed the 2015 edition of the NQC (National Quartet Convention) held last week in Pigeon Forge, TN. The 59th annual event – held at the LeConte Center – attracted attendees and webcast viewers from over 30 countries. In addition to the United States, the NQC was enjoyed by gospel music lovers in Canada, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Chile, Netherlands, Australia, Norway, Taiwan, Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Nicaragua, and many more!