North Alabama Quartet Convention returns to Cullman May 1

Crowd favorite Eagle’s Wings, shown here performing at the 2019 convention, returns this year. (Tribune file photo) 

CULLMAN, Ala. – The North Alabama Quartet Convention, which has enjoyed great success over the last two years, had to be postponed from its regular Jan. date, but is back on the calendar as a oneday event Saturday, May 1, 2021 from 1-9 p.m. at Temple Baptist Church. The event brings around 2,000 people to Cullman. 

This year’s lineup features host group Living Faith Quartet plus featured group The Old Paths, master of ceremonies Josh Franks, The Coffmans, New Ground, Debra Perry and Jaidyn’s Call, Eagle’s Wings, Unity 4 Quartet, ReSound Music and Joyful Hearts. 

A statement released by Living Faith Quartet says that “this event is the largest gospel music event in the state and we are honored to bring such a great worship experience to our hometown.”  

Free admission 

The host group’s release continues, “What makes this day extra special is there is no ticket required. A love offering will be taken and all proceeds go to fund this yearly gathering. BBQ sandwiches, along with all the fixings, will be available for purchase so come and plan to stay all day.”  

At a glance 

Third annual North Alabama Quartet Convention 

  •  Saturday, May 1, 2021 from 1-9 p.m. 
  •  Temple Baptist Church, 30 CR 1184 off State Road 157 in Cullman 
  •  Free admission, love offering collected 
  •  Food available for purchase on-site 

 For more information call Mark Byrd at 256-303-0983 or visit 

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