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Prairie View Gospel Barn

Psalm 100:1-3

Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth. Worship the Lord with gladness; come before Him with gladness; come before Him with joyful songs. Know that the Lord is God. It is He who made us, and we are His; we are His people, the sheep of His pasture.

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Ephesians 5:19-21

...addressing one another in psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, singing and making melody to the Lord with your heart, giving thanks always and for everything to God the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, submitting to one another out of reverence for Christ.

Our Story:

Prairie View Gospel Barn was built with the intent of providing quality music that honors our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Music is a wonderful tool and can be an opportunity to share what Jesus did for us by His death, burial, and resurrection. 

We can have a personal relationship with God through faith in His Son, Jesus Christ.

 

Located at 28440 338th Avenue near Gregory, South Dakota
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Prairie View Gospel Barn

2024 Concert Schedule

Sunday April 28 - Texas Star

Sunday June 23 - The Martins

Sunday July 21 - Triumphant Quartet

Tuesday August 6 - The Lindsey Family

Sunday October 6 - The Nelons

Sunday November 24 - Ernie Haase & Signature Sound

Triumphant Quartet 

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Triumphant Quartet in Concert
Sunday, July 21, 2024   6:30pm
Doors open at 5:00pm

 Tickets 

  Advanced tickets are $30 

the day of the concert $35  

12 and under are free

Tickets available at BankWest in Gregory or calling Geoff 605-830-1545

TRIUMPHANT - AWARD-WINNING QUALITY GOSPEL MUSIC

Fans first experienced the exceptional four-part harmony of genre leader Triumphant Quartet at Louise Mandrell’s beloved theater in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, in 2003. When they came together to form the group, the four friends realized they had stumbled upon something incredibly special.

The acclaimed quartet performed with the legendary Mandrell daily until 2008, when they began touring, taking their polished harmonies to churches, performing arts centers and auditoriums all across the nation. The members credit the country music superstar for helping them perfect their stage presence and pursue excellence at every turn.

Twenty years later, Triumphant Quartet remains a quintessential act in the gospel music industry. Consistently voted a fan favorite, the group has garnered multiple chart-topping hits, as well as Dove, Singing News and BMI Awards, including numerous Quartet of the Year honors. Perhaps most remarkably of all, the StowTown Records group has become a household name without experiencing any lineup changes over the past two decades.

Now, as Sean Barber replaces original member Scotty Inman, Triumphant Quartet opens a new chapter of music, faith and friendship as — together with Barber (Lead) — founding members David Sutton (tenor), Eric Bennett (bass) and Clayton Inman (Baritone) enter the next decade of ministry.

“When we first heard Sean sing, I remember I leaned over to David and said, “He is a singer’s singer, and he’s a phenomenal musician,” shares Bennett of Barber’s pedigree. “Not only could he sing like a bird, but he had everything we were looking for.”

Ministry is at the forefront of all of Triumphant’s efforts — regardless of musical categorization. “Over the last several years, our group has become much more ministry minded,” observes Sutton, who’s known for his impressive harmonica skills. Not only does Triumphant Quartet present the Gospel through music, but the members also share the Good News in between selections. “At the end of the night, our goal should not be to entertain, but to lead people in worship. You can be entertained anywhere, but an experience with God is a totally different level,” Bennett adds. “I care most about what the people in the chairs or the pews out there are going to feel. Are they going to be encouraged to walk a better daily Christian life? Are they going to give their heart and life to the Lord? We’re seeing a lot of that.”

And they’re hearing the stories, each night, no matter the size or scope of their audience. Stories of transformation. Stories of redemption. Stories of authentic life change. And those stories? That’s what motivates them to keep going.

“I think a lot of people come into a Triumphant concert with different things in their lives, different situations they’re going through. So they come in for that 90 minutes, and they leave encouraged,” Sutton offers. “If we can be just a small part of encouraging somebody, then we’ve hit a home run.”

As Triumphant Quartet continues to expand their repertoire — whether they’re stewarding a Southern Gospel classic, serving up an original or covering a popular CCM song in four-part harmony — the affable group continues to expand their fanbase. Every night, much to their delight, they look out to see multiple generations of families enjoying their concerts together.

“Ultimately, when we stand before Jesus, I really don’t think He’s going to say, ‘Were you a good entertainer?’ I think we’re going to stand before Him, and He’s going to say, ‘Thank you for sharing the Gospel and encouraging My people.’ Our goal is to share Jesus with as many people as we can,” Bennett concludes.

As they enthusiastically enter their third decade of ministry, the four men are more laser-focused than ever before on recording and performing songs that honor God, speak to their family-driven values and help them usher as many people as possible into Glory. While this is a new and uncharted season for Triumphant, they look forward to what the future holds.

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