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The 56th Annual National Quartet Convention makes its last appearance in Louisville this year.
During the week of September 8th through the 14th, 40,000 Southern Gospel music fans from at least 40 states will visit Christian entertainment's largest annual event.
The NQC is the only event of the year where fans can see and hear their favorite groups at a single event, then meet group members and purchase music, videos, clothing apparel and much more at any one of the 500 exhibit booths throughout the 175,000 square feet of the Kentucky Exposition Center.
Nightly concerts will happen in Freedom Hall with ticket prices ranging from $10 to $29.
After 20 years in Louisville, the convention will move to Pigeon Forge, TN in 2014.
The event originally organized in Tennessee more than 50 years ago.