Gospel Brunch at House of Blues Orlando

Ever since the Gospel Brunch at House of Blues has been around I’ve been wanting to go. It’s just one of those things I’ve never gotten around to doing. I had a friend that worked for House of Blues several years ago and and he was constantly raving about the Brunch; I currently have a friend that can’t say enough about it either. So I’m thrilled that Kim and I are going to get our chance to find out what it’s all about in a couple of weeks.

The music is supposedly very inspiring, and the food incredible (soul food that I’m very much looking forward to). You can check-out the delicious menu here.

If you’d like to experience the Gospel Brunch it’s every Sunday, at 10:30am and 1:00pm. Tickets are only available at the House of Blues Box Office and run as follows:

  • Adults (10-years-old and up): $33.50
  • Children (3-9-years-old): $17.25
  • Children (2 and under): FREE

Have you ever been to the Gospel Brunch? If so, we’d love to hear all about it! Of course, you know we’ll share our experience with you afterward.


Categories: Entertainment, Events, Food

Author:Ashley K. Edwards

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5 Comments on “Gospel Brunch at House of Blues Orlando”

  1. Thursday, 22 July 2010 at 6:18 pm #

    I’ve been collecting abandoned caps from Coke products for a while and just about have enough points to trade in for a couple of tickets to the Gospel Brunch!

    I’d be interested in hearing how churchy it is…

    • Thursday, 22 July 2010 at 9:02 pm #

      Well, like we mentioned in the post, have heard nothing but awesome things! Ain’t nuthin’ like some good ‘ole churchin’ music!

      We’ll let you know, for sure!

  2. Tuesday, 27 July 2010 at 3:02 pm #

    My family and I visited HOB in 2004. It is an outstanding experience. What better way to celebrate a Sunday than with good food and music? I would also suggest BB King’s Blue Club in NYC. Never has so much emotion been witnessed on a stage. One of the vocalist actually burst into tears while singing. This is Gospel!

    • Tuesday, 27 July 2010 at 3:09 pm #

      Glad to hear all the positive endorsements for the Gospel Brunch. Thanks!

      There’s a BB King’s here, at Pointe Orlando, ya know? We’ve been there, and it was loads of fun.


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