Mark Your Calendars:
Third Annual Charlotte FemmeFest will be May 22nd

Celebrating women in the arts, benefiting women in the community.

50+ artists. bands. poets. craftspeople.
(Including Stitch Machine inside Neighborhood Theatre!)

The third annual Charlotte FemmeFest will be held in the NoDa Arts District at N. Davidson Street and 36th Street on Saturday, May 22, 2010, from 5:30pm - 1:30am.

This year’s host venues include The Evening Muse, The Neighborhood Theatre, Dolce Vita, Smelly Cat Coffeehouse, the Outdoor Stage at Salvador Deli and the art galleries of the North Davidson Street Arts District.

Charlotte FemmeFest 2010 will feature national, regional and local music acts and visual artists. The evening will include a wide variety of genres from folk to hip hop, including Jill Andrews, Wavy Space, Doria Roberts, Amelia’s Mechanics, Mieka Pauley, The Alpha Theory, Natalie Royal and many more acts to be announced. Visual artists will be featured in the NoDa galleries and in an emerging artist exhibit in the Neighborhood Theatre.

Charlotte FemmeFest aims to reach, inspire, and strengthen our cultural community by showcasing the diverse work of emerging and established female voices throughout the region and beyond. In addition, FemmeFest will continue to assist non-profit organizations that serve the women and children in our community. Through music and art, our minds are expanded, our hearts warmed and our souls nourished.

This year the proceeds from Charlotte FemmeFest will benefit the women and children of Center of Hope Women & Children’s Shelter. Families who are homeless, hungry and hurting can come to the Center of Hope to be fed, sheltered, clothed, trained, and most importantly, loved. The Center of Hope is the largest women and children's homeless shelter in the Southeast.

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 the day of the show. For tickets and more information, please visit http://www.charlottefemmefest.org. (Press release obtained from the event website.)

And we don't want to leave the amazing men in Charlotte out! All new this year:
Charlotte Dude Fest
June 26th, 2010

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