Former Governor of Alaska and 2008 Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin is coming to Louisville next month. Palin will be a featured speaker at the National Quartet Convention, which is the largest annual gospel music event, according to the NQC website.

Palin was last in Louisville in April. She spoke at the “Women of Joy” conference during her book tour. (WHAS had an all caps headline about it.) Before that, Palin campaigned in southern Indiana shortly before the 2008 election. At the NQC, Palin will speak for thirty minutes and then take questions for thirty minutes. Want to ask one? You’ll have to buy a ticket* for $29 and submit your question online. As the form notes, no multi-part or long questions, please.

*Along with Palin, a ticket will let you see performances by gospel quarters including: Ball Brothers; Booth Brothers; Dove Brothers; Collingsworth Family; Rick Webb Family; Hoppers; Greenes; Perrys; Freemans; Diplomats; Mark Trammell Quartet; and Chuck Wagon Gang.