If you just can’t get enough of Chapel Hart and their “America’s Got Talent” performance was just too short, there are plenty of ways to connect with the Poplarville act.
Chapel Hart’s Mile High Congregation
Group member Danica Hart said the congregation is a private Facebook group for fans who have gone the extra mile and supported Chapel Hart during the pandemic, when they needed it the most.
When the group’s LLC status was too new to qualify for small business assistance and the quarantine cleared their calendar of local gigs. Dedicated fans asked how they could help.
“They helped us travel and they helped us spread this love even when everybody was shut down,” said group member Trea Swindle. “We were playing hopscotch and double dutch and they were holding the ropes.”
To thank fans who have donated to the group, Chapel Hart posts exclusive content and can often be found shooting live from backstage performances, introducing new music or sharing news about upcoming shows.
Live social media events
Chapel Hart shared more than tea on their first live YouTube event. They shared news about their December Southern Living feature and upcoming concert dates.
The talented trio sang an original birthday song, offered a discount code for tickets to their debut at the Grand Ole’ Opry and dished about the fast friends they made backstage at America’s Got Talent.
“I think we’re going to be doing this a lot more often,” Swindle said.
One of the biggest highlights was an impromptu rendition of a Backstreet Boys classic that demonstrated what makes a Chapel Hart harmony special.
Sept. 13: AGT finale
Sept. 14: The AGT results show
Sept. 17: Chapel Hart debuts at the Grand Ole’ Opry. You can find $45 tickets through WRJW. Follow the link by clicking on the picture of Chapel Hart, then use code WRJW45.
Sept. 17: Meet and Greet after party at the Nashville Palace where Chapel Hart will take pictures, sign autographs and hug fans after their Grand Ole’ Opry debut.
Sept. 23: Bogalusa Blues & Heritage Festival in Bogalusa, Louisiana
Oct 2: Dollywood Harvest Festival in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
Oct. 5: Concert at the Lexington Opera House in Lexington, Kentucky
Oct. 9: Gretna Fest in Gretna, Louisiana