Sac Lady Fest 2015 July 17th & 18th

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Sac Lady Fest 2015 July 17th & 18th says
The first ever Sac LadyFest is happening July 17th & 18th!

ALL AGES!!!!!!


Cafe Colonial
3522 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 456-7099

Official 2015 Line-up:

Century Got Bars
Butch VS Femme
Monster Treasure
Violent Vickie
The Kelps
Brittany Vanessa
Night Damage
Jenn Rogar
Dolores 5000
Kill The Cute
Night Children
The Spewcats of the cuttlefish

The spoken word talents of the SAC SLAM TEAM


10 bucks July 17th
15 bucks July 18th
20 bucks both nights
(Commemorative lanyards when you purchase tix for both nights!)

Question/media inquiries:

This a 100% DIY NOT-FOR-PROFIT local Sacramento grassroots festival made by and for queers, punx, migrant families, working class womyn, gender non-conforming artists and activists from all different backgrounds!

It is an all inclusive celebration of the artistic, organizational, and political work of those most impacted by gender discrimination and heteropatriarchy. It is a celebration of diversity!


The first ever Ladyfest was conducted in Olympia, Washington in August 2000 with over 2000 people attending. Prime motivators in the event were Sarah Dougher, Sleater-Kinney, and Teresa Carmody. Also performing were The Gossip, Bangs, The Need, The Rondelles and Bratmobile.[5]

Since the first Ladyfest, the event has branched all over the WORLD in places such as Albuquerque, Amsterdam, Atlanta, Belfast, Belgium, Bellingham, Berlin, Birmingham, Bordeaux, Brighton, Bristol, Brooklyn, Cambridge, Columbus, Cork, Chicago, Cardiff, Dijon, Dublin, Glasgow, Grenoble, Lansing, MI, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Manchester, Melbourne, Orlando, Ottawa, Oxford, Philadelphia, Riverside, California, Scranton, San Francisco, San Diego, Sevilla, Sheffield, Tallinn, Texas, Toronto, Toulouse, Traverse City, Washington DC, Wellington, New Orleans, New Zealand, Shanghai, China and more. Each new festival is organized locally and independently of other Ladyfest events in other states or countries, primarily by volunteers, and most proceeds are donated to non-profit organizations.

A community-based, not-for-profit global music and arts festival for feminist and women artists. Individual Ladyfests differ, but usually feature a combination of bands, musical groups, performance artists, authors, spoken word and visual artists, films, lectures, art exhibitions and workshops; it is organized by volunteers.

For more back ground on the history of this event please visit:
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