Karen Clark Sheard, above, and daughter Kierra Sheard, pictured below, are two of Gospel music’s most beloved stars. They will perform in a Mother’s Day concert in South Miami.


Staff Report

MIAMI – One of Gospel music’s most iconic women, Karen Clark Sheard, and her equally talented daughter, Kierra “KiKi” Sheard, will headline the 2nd Annual South Dade Music Fest and Mother’s Day Concert with featured performances by Sensere, Gia Wyre, Christina Robinson, Adrian Bell and the South Dade “We Are One” Praise Team with Music Director Tyrone Hilton.

Devontae “T.P.” Miller will serve as the day’s host.

The concert will be presented by the SBC Community Development Corporation of Richmond Heights (SBC CDC), Sunday, May 14 at 5 p.m. at WATSCO Center (formerly the BankUnited Center), located at 1245 Dauer Drive in Coral Gables on the campus of the University of Miami. Doors will open at 4 p.m.

4B-Kierra Sheard

“We are excited to bring quality offerings on an annual basis. This year we are on the campus of the University of Miami, which offers easy transportation solutions for those county-wide,” said Mark Valentine, Executive Director for SBC CDC. “They can jump on the Metrorail and get off at University station. It is our goal to serve this community and provide educational resources and cultural experiences.”

SBC CDC was founded in 2003 to build a solid community through collaborative efforts and partnerships that provide programs and services that address the intergenerational needs of the Richmond Heights community.

The Music Fest is designed to reach residents from across Miami Dade County and is the result of a collaborative effort of several organizations.

For more information, contact SBC CDC at 305-232-0499 ext. 113. To order concert tickets, visit www.ticketmaster.com.