March 23, 2018 @ 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
DC Architecture Center
421 7th St NW
Washington, DC 20004

SheROCKS, D.C.’s premiere Women’s History Month event, is set to return to the District Architecture Center on Friday and Saturday, March 23rd – 24th, 2018. In addition to the jam-packed weekend of female empowerment, SheROCKS is proud to announce its national tour, which will kick off July 2018!

SheROCKS will maintain its core, continuing to champion, honor and highlight women achieving remarkable feats in the arts, business and tech industries; however, 2018 is the year of the SheROCKS expansion. To truly reach the masses and meet the demand for female artistry, SheROCKS will launch its national tour with stops in Los Angeles and New York! SheROCKS is one of the fastest growing events for emerging women artists and entrepreneurs, showcasing the nation’s abundant female talent,  while creating ways to accelerate support amongst women in business.

“We’re so excited for all that 2018 has in store for SheROCKS! We receive so many submissions from potential showcased artists in other cities who are unable to participate due to lack of travel resources, so to accommodate not only the talent but also broaden SheROCKS’ reach, we implemented the tour. And while D.C. will remain our homebase and kickoff city, we’re brimming with anticipation for what our LA and New York stops will bring!” says, Gaines.

SheROCKS’ two-day D.C. event itinerary includes: SheROCKS HERStory with Caressa JenningsSasha Nicole and Timea Gaines and VIP Pamper Party on March 23rd, and Power Brunch and Mixer and Main event on March 24th.

This years SheROCKS honorees include Guy-Blaché DuVernay SheROCKS Filmmakers of the Year,  Raven Irabor and Marissa LewisGreiman-Roberts SheROCKS Graphic Artist of the YearMachee KellyFrida Kahlo SheROCKS Artist of the YearJanai Marshall, and Annie Leibovitz SheROCKS Photographer of the Year, Nikki Cee.

From a local favorite to a Billboard Hot 100 headliner, SheROCKS’ 10 showcased artist cover the talent spectrum. After a nationwide call for submissions, it was narrowed down to the following 10 performers:

Singer, Tamara Jade, Singer, Patrice LIVE, Singer, Cramer Music, Lyricist, O-Slice, Artist, Addie Rawr, Singer, Brittanie Thomas, Dancer, Megan Atkinson of The Collectif Project, Artist, Cheyenne Sookoo, Artist, Nevada McQueen, Photographer, Felicia “Freya” Taylor.

Singer, songwriter and superhero, Roquois, will headline the event and perform tracks from her recently released debut album.

SheROCKS is brought to you by Prince George’s County Social Innovation Fund 40 Under 40 recipient,  Hello Beautiful Woman To Know 2017 and Love Life Media, LLC CEO and motivational speaker, Timea Gaines.

To view full list of performers, event schedulepurchase tickets or for additional information please visit Stay in the loop using the hashtag #SheROCKS2018, and follow SheROCKS via Facebook, and @SheRocksEvent on Twitter and Instagram. Please contact publicist with media or interview requests.


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