The 23rd annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration will feature performers including CeCe Winans and CeeLo Green this weekend on Bounce TV.
Additional performers include Chloe Bailey, Mali Music, Pastor Mike Jr., Natalie Grant, Regina Belle, LeCrae, and The NFL Players Choir, Bounce TV said in a press release.
During the ceremony, Pro Football Hall of Famer and Jackson State University head coach Deion Sanders will receive a “Lifetime of Inspiration Award.” NFL stars Russell Wilson, Myles Garrett, Kirk Cousins, Cam Jordan, Stefon Diggs, and Matt Judon will also make appearances.
This year Sarah Jakes Roberts, daughter of Bishop T.D. Jakes, and comedian DC Young Fly will host the hour-long show, which is themed “Catch The Light.”
“This 23-year journey with the Super Bowl Gospel Celebration is a testament to how faith can grow the seed of a dream into a reality far greater than any plan we might have set out to achieve,” show producer and Super Bowl Gospel Celebration founder Melanie Few said in a statement.
The show was pre-taped in Los Angeles, Atlanta and Dallas because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The 23rd Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration will air Saturday, Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. ET on Bounce. The debut telecast will be followed by an encore on Bounce’s sister network ION on Sunday, Feb. 13 at 12 am ET and will continue to be available to stream in front of the paywall on Prime Video and on IMDb TV throughout February in celebration of Black History Month. More details can be found here.