Wave Your Napkin, Stomp Your Feet—You’re in for a Grand ‘Ol Time
Written By: Jordan Ligons House of Blues Anaheim Gospel Brunch
The World Famous Gospel Brunch at House of Blues Anaheim is unlike any brunch you’ve experienced before. This electrifying, exhilarating and a one-of-kind experience truly feeds the soul. As the beat started to pick up, attendees weren’t afraid to get up out of their seat, wave their napkins, raise their hands in praise or clap along.
But before the show began, delicious made-from-scratch Southern comfort food was assembled all-you-can-eat buffet style. The sweet aroma of biscuits, French toast, breakfast potatoes and even mac and cheese made for a full plate. Plus, there were carving stations and mouthwatering desserts like peach cobbler on standby for a later treat.
The show started with Blues Brothers’ Dan Aykroyd’s voice narrating the history of the House of Blues and the role that Gospel music and “the Blues” has played in African American history. The House of Blues was created by Isaac Tigrett in order to honor diversity in music and promote racial and spiritual harmony. The Gospel Brunch not only highlights a very influential genre of music, but added with the combination of tasty food, it encompasses a rich culture that Gospel brunch-goers had the opportunity to experience.
The amazing band created an atmosphere where attendees were free to jump out their seats and praise the Lord! Classic Gospel favorites like “Oh, Happy Day” and “God is Able” were mixed with newer favorites like “We are Family” and instead of “Lean on Me” the lyrics were upgraded to “Text Me.” The show was lively and interactive with those celebrating birthdays; the lucky group got to party on stage with the performers while they sang their special rendition of “Happy Birthday.”
Come celebrate Sundays at House of Blues Anaheim where the energized vibe from the region’s top Gospel talent will have you going back week after week! Buy your tickets here.
400 W Disney Way, Ste 337
Anaheim, CA 92802
Wave Your Napkin and Let Your Soul Soar at House of Blues’ Gospel Brunch