Lady Of The House is launching a UK club tour with Arielle Free, Alex Mills, The Yard Woman, Charlie Tee and more.
The female-led organisation behind Lady Of The House, a successful book that championed women in dance music history, will also be hosting a one-of-a-kind cultural exhibition on International Women's Day on March 8.
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There will be many key figures from the industry speaking including Cici, Sarah Story, Sita Abellan, Arielle Free, Alex Mills, Lisa Lashes, Charlie Tee, Barbara Tucker, Anja Schneider, HeSheThey's Sophia Kearney & Steven Brains and Mixmag's 2021 DJ and broadcaster of the year - Jaguar.
The programme will also contain an Under 18's day, during which participants will be informed on a range of topics, including DEI, music production, DJing, artist management, and more.
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Fans are already excited at the announcement, one commented "woop woop, this is going to be amazing" under their speaker announcement post on Instagram.
The organisation is also launching its inaugural UK Club tour - that will feature all women line-ups across various cities including Bournemouth, Bristol, Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield, Southampton, Birmingham and London.
The first location is Bournemouth on March 11 where Radio 1's Arielle Free will headline at Halo. The night will also feature Alex Mills, The Yard Woman, and Modacode.
On March 12 they will host an event in Bristol with a line-up that includes Charlie Tee with more guests TBA.
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Lady of the House have also joined up with Jenny Elliott, who was featured online as part of the V&A Dundee's Night Fever exhibition, to create a 'Women In Club Culture' music map that will be available to buy exclusively at Lady Of The House Exhibition.
Laila Mckenzie, Co-Author of Lady of The House, said: “It was a natural progression to launch the UK club tour as there’s so many amazingly talented women pushing boundaries and playing and producing great music across the electronic dance music genres.
"Also we wanted to start introducing the new school of talents, women emerging as leading lights in their field, and also bring Lady Of The House to towns, festivals and events across the UK. With the book still selling well, and the Cultural Festival launching in Bristol, the focus on women in music has never been stronger."
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Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter