Weekend preview: The Queen’s Daughters @ Manhattan Center

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OK, so the weekend’s already upon us. But, if you’re still keeping your
options open for Saturday night, here’s one much-buzzed about event that you
should consider. This show is a
power-packed tribute to the original all-girl, Black rock group, Labelle.

Saturday May 10th

The Manhattan Center & Ubiquita NYC Proudly Present:
The Queen’s Daughters Tribute to Labelle @
The Grand Ballroom at the Manhattan Center
311 w. 34th street (b/w 8th & 9th Ave)
New York, NY

Featuring: Shelley Nicole’s blaKbüshe, Tamar-Kali & Joi
PLUS: The Ladies of Ubiquita NYC: DJs Selly, Reborn &
ShErOck

And it’s been recently announced that Angela Johnson and
Stephanie McKay will join them for the finale

If you decide to go, it’s recommended that you get tix in
advance, since they’re significantly more at the door. Check the discount codes:

VIP Pre-reception @ 6:45pm (Includes Open Bar & more
surprises…)
General Doors @ 7:45pm
Show begins at 8:30p Sharp!
General Admission $20 w/Discount Code: QD777
VIP Tickets $30 w/Discount Code:VQD777

Without the discount codes, tix will be $40 and $50
respectively. They will also be that price at the door. So don’t delay, get
your tix today!)

For tickets:

www.ticketmaster.com (Search under The Queen’s Daughters)

Or Call 212-279-7740 x222 and ask for Lena (this is if you
want to avoid the ticketmaster surcharge).

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