Vickie Winans in concert at Big Bethel church


Award-winning gospel singer Vickie Winans will perform a benefit concert at Big Bethel AME Church .

The fundraiser will benefit the Atlanta North Georgia AME Women’s Missionary Society’s Christian outreach ministry.

The concert begins at 4 p.m. March 26at the church, 220 Auburn Ave.

Winans, a producer, director, songwriter, actress and comedian, is best known for her performances of “How I Got Over,” “Shake Yourself Loose,” and “As Long As I Got King Jesus.”

General admission is $25; $15 for ages six to 17; 6-17; and free for age five and under.

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