There’s no better way to showcase some badass women producers (in a COVID-friendly way) than a Women in Music digital festival. Dirtybird has teamed up with She Is The Music and curated an insane event to highlight some of the most talented lady producers. Streaming on DIRTYBIRD’s twitch channel March 11-14.
Aundy Crenshaw, the wife of Dirtybird label head Claude Vonstroke, curated this event specifically for all the women out there. All money that comes in goes directly to the artists in celebration of March being Women’s History Month.
“Prepare for a world-class digital festival experience helmed by some of the scene’s top femme icons.”
Women in Music is a four-day digital festival showcase to uplift femme-identifying dance artists from all around. The stream has a pretty hefty lineup ranging from veteran to up-and-coming talent. You can expect a weekend packed with a huge spectrum of sound ranging from house, techno, and trance. Artists like Mija, LOUISAHHH, Nala, Jeniluv, LP Giobbi, Anna Morgan, plus so many more are ready to headline your living room rave.
Not only will there be tunes, but also immersive activations. Gina Turner will be hosting a yoga workshop to kick everything off. With other activities being announced closer to the event. Women in Music is also encouraging femme-identifying fans to contribute to the stream directly. You can send the label a clip about what being a ‘Women in Music’ means to you. These videos will be shared throughout the stream in hopes of building more awareness and connection. Submit yours here!
We’ll drop the Dirtybird socials below so you can stay locked in for any event updates. To read more about She Is The Music and their mission, you can do that here. We’ll see you all in the Dirtybird Twitch chat this Thursday!
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March is Women’s History Month, an opportunity to celebrate the successes and acknowledge the difficulties women face across the world. If you’re looking to support organizations that work to promote women’s health, gender equity, workplace equality, community development, and more. You can do that here.