Glamourous– A Fashion +Music Mash Up!

Tracee Dundas Fashion Editor@fashionablyyoursnola

Fashion Editor: Tracee Dundas | @fashionablyyoursnola

Photos Courtesy of Kenneth Kynt Bryan

GLAMOROUS a decadent night of banging underground house music, beats, fashion, and live performances will presents the first-ever New Orleans House Music Festival hosted by International Recording Artist KYNT.

Get ready to immerse yourself in a night of pure extravagance as GLAMOROUS brings you an unforgettable experience like never before. A first to take place in the City of New Orleans, Event Coordinator, Kenneth KYNT Bryan said; “We are proud to present the first New Orleans House Music Festival, featuring the city’s very own legendary electronic music artists.”

Be prepared to be mesmerized by the pulsating beats of underground house music as the evening will showcase an exceptional lineup of talented performers. Brace yourself for an epic journey through the sounds of New Orleans, with exclusive live DJ sets by the renowned Hollagraham & Dingus, Doc Hayman, Pablo Zaldivar, KarbiNation, and Tom Harvey.

The evening will continue with entertainment from special guest performances by the incredibly talented Micaela Paule, Brandon Garrett, Kirkland Green & Matt Kruft, and Jasmine White. Their captivating acts will leave you spellbound and craving for more.

In addition to the extraordinary musical experiences, GLAMOROUS will light up the night with a dazzling runway fashion show the cutting-edge designs of Fashion Designer Shanitra Neal McCormick, Founder of Second Skin Clothing and coordinated by Rowena Kay, Chic Nouvelle Agency Founder. This fusion of fashion and music promises to take your breath away.

Hosting the red carpet interviews will be none other than Tracee Dundas, the esteemed founder and fashion influence from New Orleans Fashion Week. Prepare yourself for insightful conversations and scintillating discussions as Tracee engages with the most fashionable dressed guest of the evening.

GLAMOROUS is dedicated to supporting local New Orleans artists, and this event is a testament to that commitment of embracing the rich culture and musical heritage of the city. Presented by The Building, Sunday, September 3, 8PM.

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