The Collingsworth Family returns to The Carson Center stage on Saturday, February 27. Join us for an afternoon of excitement, spiritual anointing, family-emphasis, and musical excellence as The Collingsworth Family returns to The Carson Center stage for their Mercy and Love tour.
Your safety is our priority: The Collingsworth Family will be a physically distanced concert using only 30% of our 1806 seat hall. You will be seated in a "pod" with only the people in your reservation. For your safety, entry and exit will be staggered. More information on your entry time will be sent to you the week of the concert. No concessions but free bottled water will be available. The theatre will be sanitized before and after the show. Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the building. All guests will be given a temperature check and Covid-19 screening before entering the building. Masks are required unless seated. Masks are strongly encouraged when seated.
The Carson Center has established and practiced safety protocols, based on the CDC guidance. Please read the guidelines below carefully before purchasing:
The Collingsworth Family was rescheduled from November 2020. Reservations for the November 2020 date have been transferred to this rescheduled performance. If you held tickets for the concert scheduled Spring of 2020 and did not purchase tickets for the fall event, you will need to repurchase tickets. All tickets for the spring 2020 concert were refunded in May.
This rescheduled concert was part of the Faithful Fall series, which is part of the Myre Series faith-based programming with generous underwriting from the Carson-Myre Foundation. Faithful Fall Sponsors: Dr. Lee Meals & Mike Meals with Daughters Noelle & Audrey (Star sponsor) Supporting Sponsors: First Baptist Church Paducah, the Honorable J. William & Mrs. Howerton, Don and Martha Peck