For Sisters Only 2018 Goes Down December 1 at the Renaissance Washington

October 19, 2018
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WPGC is excited to present For Sisters Only 2018!

Our 19th Annual For Sisters Only is Saturday, December 1, from noon to 7 p.m. at the Renaissance Washington, D.C., Downtown Hotel – located at 999 9th Street NW. Take the metro to Mount Vernon Square and walk to the K Street entrance of the hotel, or park in the parking garage on I Street and take the elevator up.

Enjoy a day of beauty, pampering, fashion, shopping, empowerment panels and more; and end the evening with performances by legendary lyricist MC Lyte, '90s R&B girl group 702 and Dreamville recording artist Ari Lennox!

Leave the kids and the men at home, and celebrate sisterhood with a day that's all about you.

Tickets are on sale now at $20 each. Buy your tickets here!

MC Lyte

Website | @MCLyte

MC Lyte is still making the crowds move across the globe after she first appeared on the scene in 1988 with her debut album "Lyte as a Rock." She was the first solo female rapper to score a gold single, to be nominated for a Grammy and to be inducted into VH1’s Hip Hop Honors. Lyte also co-wrote and performed the television theme songs for Fox’s “Dark Angel” and BET’s “Holla.” Now, the legendary lyricist has 9 albums (and an album of greatest hits) to her credit.

702

@itsmeelah, @mishathegemini, @irish_702

R&B girl 702 hit it big with their first album "No Doubt" in 1996 and followed it up with the smash "Where My Girls At?" off the album "702" in 1999. The group released the single "Pootie Tang" for the movie's soundtrack and later dropped the album "Star," with the memorable single "I Still Love You." 702 appeared at the 2017 Soul Train Music Awards and is currently on tour in several '90s-themed concerts, including The RBRM Tour. 

Ari Lennox

Website | @arilennox

D.C. native and Dreamville/Interscope signee Ari Lennox released her highly anticipated EP "PHO." Her style is inspired by Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Whitney Houston. The 25-year-old singer says she wants to be "braver and riskier" in her music. Her new single "Whipped Cream" is currently in rotation on radio stations across the country.

Be'la Donna 

Photo via Bela Dona

D.C. is the birthplace of this diverse, all-female band, founded in September 2007. Known for their high-energy performance and dynamic musicianship, Be'la Donna blends funk, jazz, R&B and rock to captivate audiences all over.

Website | @Bela Dona

Thank you to our family of sponsors:

Jeep, AmeriHealth Caritas DCThe Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning CommissionUniversity of Maryland Capital Region HealthMary’s CenterPrince George’s Community CollegeLexington Plastic SurgeryMielle OrganicsBlack Women’s Health ImperativeTrusted Health Plan 

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