The organisers of the gospel event 'Rim Alive: The Voyage Continues', are promising a praise-filled and powerful event tomorrow.
Slated to be held in Mandeville, Manchester, at the Fellowship Tabernacle, Rhoda Isabella will be the main act.
Performing alongside other associated acts, the event will be live recorded praise and worship session and a video will be done afterwards.
It will be a continuation of a series of events that will lead up to the release of Rhoda Isabella's album.
"The first leg was held in May at the Worship and Faith International Fellowship in Spanish Town," Sheriann Ward, a member of Rhoda Isabella's management team told THE WEEKEND STAR.
In urging persons to attend the event, Ward said those who come out will be in for a high-level entertainment with a difference.
"It's not the cliche gospel event that you are used to. It is a very intimate worship setting. You can come and experience praise and worship at its best," she promised.
Touting Rhoda Isabella as one of the more current and anointed gospel acts, she noted that everyone, from the children to the elderly, can come out to soak up the atmosphere.
"If you are just looking for an evening of wholesome entertainment and to just relax with your family, this is it, it is a family event," said Ward. "It is something that you have never seen before or something that you are not used to. It's not like a million acts on the event running off stage and coming back."
Rhoda Isabella, a past member of the gospel group iWorship, is known for her single Still Breathing.