Friday, January 26, 2007

Ladyfest South this weekend!!!

Ladyfest South is here !!!

Starting this Thursday the 25th.
Our venues are
IF Coffeehouse,
The Five Spot
and Grandma Lukes.

*schedule subject to change slightly, if you can't access links to artist pages
or venues, they're also up on our website (see below)

Friday, January 26, 2007
IF Coffeehouse -
in Little 5 Points corner of Euclid and Morland Ave behind BOND Credit Union, in parking lot across from Charis Books & More on Euclid
7:00 PM - 10:00 pm
Gypsee Yo
Amena Brown
Juliana Finch
Barb Carbon
Valencia Bey
Nicole Reynolds

Earl -
488 Flat Shoals Ave Se, Atlanta, GA
8:00pm - 2:00 AM

Theresa Davis
Stacie Boschma
Corey Houlihan
Katz of Athens Boy's Choir
Amy Weaver
My Siamease Self
8 inch Betsy
Sonia Tetlow/STB

Saturday, January 27, 2007

Grandma Lukes (Little 5 Points)
1156 Euclid Ave Atlanta, GA
Across from Finley Park

2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Meet n greet the artists 2pm - 6pm
Lunch and a Movie 2pm - 4pm
FOUND - Sherri Larsen
What Don't You Understand About - Amy Lynn Kazymerchyk
Airplanes - Jen Heck
Screw The Van - Maggi, Pierce, and EJ

5 Spot -
1123 Euclid Ave. Atlanta, GA 30307
6:00 PM - 2:00 AM
Maggi, Pierce and EJ
Simply Sil
Beki Buchanan
Iron Roses
Christina Rubino
Kendall Roark
Mel Gordon
Corey Houlihan
Kelcy Mae
Sonya Renee
The Drexlers
Giddy-up, helicopter!
Lisa Hahn and the Dot Com
Marla Hooch

Sunday, January 28, 2007
Eyedrum -
290 MLK JR. DR., Suite 8, Atlanta, GA 30312
Look Up Our Shorts (Film):
6pm running throughout the night
FOUND - Sherri Larsen
What Don't You Understand About - Amy Lynn Kazymerchyk
Airplanes - Jen Heck
Screw The Van - Maggi, Pierce, and EJ

PERFORMANCES: 6:00 PM - Midnight
Louisa Merchant
Manisha Shahane
Dr. Madelyn Hatter
Mare Wakefield
Phoenix YZ
David & Roselynn
Lady Lace
Leah Morgan
Three 5 Human
Small Framed Boy

(Poet’s Lounge Cypher throughout. Open-no mic)

This is a great deal-- you can see all 50+ performers, bands/films & poets for $30 OR a day pass is $10 each night.
Tickets can be purchased at
All access passes can also be bought at Charis Books & More.
Day and all access passes will also be available at the door.

Creative Loafing article -
Southern Voice article -

Lad/yfest South is a non-profit, Southern-based, four-day festival that showcases, celebrates, and promotes the artistic, organizational, and political talents of women in order to raise money for social service projects that assist women. Lad/yfest South occurred in 2002 and 2004; and benefited organizations such as Project Safe in Athens, Georgia; Refuge House in Tallahassee, Florida; DeKalb Rape Crisis Center; Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence; Youth Pride in Atlanta.
Featuring talented women from diverse backgrounds, Lad/yfest South includes live music, spoken word, theatrical performances, films, workshops, and meetings. It is an empowering endeavor built upon a foundation of activism and information, and resource sharing mixed with entertainment and fun.

Volunteer-driven and organized by women, Lad/yfest South welcomes everyone-of all ages, genders, backgrounds and communities- to attend and participate.

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