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5 reasons You Shouldn’t Miss The Dinah’s 30th

11 Mar Posted by in • Robin Lowey | Comments Off on 5 reasons You Shouldn’t Miss The Dinah’s 30th
5 reasons You Shouldn’t Miss The Dinah’s 30th

“I can’t believe it’s been thirty years and what’s more amazing is the event is stronger than ever.  My team and I love creating one of the most feel-good events of the year for our community. The Dinah 2020 has an incredible line-up and a gathering of celebrities, and organizations supporting the event that to date is unparalleled in the history of The Dinah. This is not a year to miss.” -Mariah Hanson

The official Dinah Shore Weekend only takes place in Palm Springs, California and is famous for picking the next big thing in the music world. Past Dinah performers include Tegan and Sara, Lady Gaga, Lizzo, Katy Perry, Kesha, Bebe Rexha, Daya, Snow Tha Product, Jessie Reyes, Meghan Trainor, Iggy Azalea, Eve, Chaka Khan, Salt ‘N Pepa, and many more.

In regards to Covid19, The Dinah has been green-lighted as of March 10th The County Public Department of Health and will be taking every precaution to ensure a safe event. See more here.

There is SO much to see and do in Palm Springs at The Dinah over the course of this fabulous weekend. Concerts, dancing, pool parties, comedy are only the beginning. Here are a just a few highlights at this year’s Dinah:

The LWord
As excitement for the sequel of the iconic SHOWTIME series The L Word® — The L Word®: Generation Q — resonates with The Dinah community following its first season finale, The Dinah has partnered with the network once more for its 2020 event. SHOWTIME will be the official sponsor of The Dinah’s famed Friday night Black and White Ball and will co-host a VIP cocktail reception with the ANA Inspirational, complete with several golfers competing in the ANA during the Dinah Shore Weekend. Expect star-studded red-carpet appearances after the cocktail party. Attendees can also look forward to special guest appearances, meet-and-greets, photo ops and more. SHOWTIME is also the title sponsor of “The L Word Pool Party” on Saturday at The Hilton. The network will have a poolside presence, providing free L Word giveaways while they last and offering exclusive L Word merchandise for sale on site. Don’t miss this year’s Dinah and make sure to stop by the SHOWTIME booth on the Hilton pool deck, Friday, Saturday and Sunday!

The LPGA
Palm Springs continues to play host to both The Dinah and The ANA Inspiration, one of the five major events in women’s golf. Three women currently on the LPGA tour and participating in the championship will be making a special appearance at The Dinah, meeting with Dinah attendees and hosting a special VIP cocktail party in collaboration with SHOWTIME at the Black and White Ball. Come meet ANA Inspiration golfers Mel Reid, Cheyenne Knight and Alena Sharp, mingle with Dinah celebrities and celebrate women’s mastery in sports. As a bonus, all Dinah attendees will receive special pricing to the 101 ANA Inspirational. Go to anainspiration.com/tickets-2020 and use the code DINAH2020 to redeem your tickets.

Singer/Songwriter Layton Greene
Joining the star-studded lineup for this year’s event, The Dinah is pleased to welcome R&B sensation Layton Greene to the 2020 lineup. Layton’s message to her listeners is to be your true authentic self; something The Dinah has been representing since it’s beginning. Despite being dealt a hand in life that wouldn’t typically lead one to a path of stardom, Greene overcame the odds and carved the path that allowed her to share her voice and her strength.

Jozzy and R&B/Soul pioneer SWSH
Jozzy has written music for superstars such as Beyoncé, Chris Brown, Ciara, and Fergie but is now breaking out as a solo artist to bring her true artistic self to the masses. The queer rapper and songwriter penned Billy Rae Cyrus’ verse for the Grammy-nominated hit “Old Town Road” by recently out rapper Lil Nas X. She holds a positive vision for the future of LGBTQ+ artists braving the world we live in, saying “I’m me. I’m not trying to impose my beliefs on you, but you gotta respect my music and respect who I am. And I feel like, once we start doing more of that, we gonna be good.” As said in a recent feature by Live Nation, “SWSH seems to have no problem in expressing her individuality and courageously using her music as a platform to speak about issues she’s genuinely invested in.” The Dinah embraces and supports expressing oneself sincerely and unapologetically and this is why we resonate so much with the work this valiant artist is producing. This non-binary neo-soul musician and self-proclaimed “big bitch in lipstick and a midriff” speaks out about equality and acceptance through her music and her public interviews, saying in a conversation with TIME Magazine, “People and their sexualities are much more complex than just gay or straight.” 

Ally Brooke
Ally Brooke found her breakout with the multi-platinum group Fifth Harmony but is finally finding her own voice as she prepares to release her debut solo album. Having been in the industry since age 12, she’s now breaking out on her own to wield her unique artistic voice and share with the world her true self, no longer having to subscribe to the collective mission of a group.

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