Friday, September 5, 2014

Join the Living Goddess Gallery at the Peacock Room

Posted By on Fri, Sep 5, 2014 at 11:30 AM

click to enlarge via Lady Elevate Arts and Music Festival
  • via Lady Elevate Arts and Music Festival

via Lady Elevate Arts and Music Festival

That elusive fall chill may not yet be in the air, but news of a lovely-sounding takeover has wafted our way instead. Next week, the Peacock Room will transform into the Living Goddess Gallery when an array of local female artists and performers convene there beginning 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12, for Lady Elevate Arts and Music Festival. (RSVP)

The night culminates with performances by Alexandrah Sarton and Beautiful Chorus featuring DiVinci, but also features Latrissa M. Thomas, Lauren 'Tko' Rohan, Monique 'MoZaic' Lord, Live Hart, Yve Illz Tbg, and Chasing Jonah's Ashley Dudukovich, who stuns on the band's newest release, Prelude (listen now in the playlist to the right).

While the music will be a definite draw this night, there's much more going on in their outdoor market featuring great local eats, artworks and home goods to purchase, as well as health and wellness instruction. It's a night for pampering yourself while enjoying the talents of bright and badass Orlando women.

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