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Dinah Announces Massive All-Star All-Women Entertainment Lineup for 2022

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Dinah Announces Massive All-Star All-Women Entertainment Lineup for 2022

Dinah’s Legendary Pool Party

Fletcher, Taylor Dane, Havia Mighty, IV4, Zorita, Sienna Riggins and Cassidy King perform on the iconic Dyna

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, Aug. 6, 2022 / — The Dinah will be returning to Palm Springs in Fall 2022 for the biggest and biggest event for queer women from September 21-25. Celebrating its 31st anniversary as an annual festival.

By all means, the legendary event has been moved to one of Palm Springs’ most iconic hotels, The Margaritaville (formerly The Riviera). The hotel is home to Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Sammy Davis Jr., Sonny and Cher in his 1960s.

The Dinah continues its legacy with a high-profile all-female entertainment line-up. Fletcher, Havia Mighty, Cassidy King, IV4, Zorita, Sienna Riggins, and ’80s music icon superstar Taylor Dane headline the show, featuring an incredibly talented and up-and-coming female pop singer. Up-and-coming artists, new queer talent all poised to hit the majors. Impact beyond 2022.

Taking center stage on Saturday night is FLETCHER, one of the most shocking queer artists to burst onto the scene. Her critically acclaimed debut EP You Ruined New York City for Me, featuring her breakthrough hit “Undrunk,” reached her No. It emerged as the fastest rising new artist song on radio. For the past 5 years. Released in September 2020, FLETCHER’s EP THE S(EX) TAPES hit #1 on iTunes across all genres, and the EP’s gold-certified lead single, ‘Bitter,’ earned awards from Teen Vogue, SPIN, PAPER, and GQ. garnered praise from outlets such as Fast approaching 200 million global streams. Fletcher’s recent single “Girls Girls Girls,” a bold reimagining of Katy Perry’s iconic “I Kissed a Girl” (released to Perry’s early approval), and the pioneering pop He triumphed with “Cherry,” featuring star Hailey Kiyoko. Her new single ‘Her Body Is Bible’ is out now and FLETCHER is set to release her debut album ‘Girl Of My Dreams’ from Capitol Her Records on September 16th. She was also nominated for Outstanding Breakthrough Music Her Artist for the GLAAD Media Awards and was named to Forbes’ Her 30 Under 30 list for 2022. Fletcher’s music has amassed over a billion streams of her worldwide.
Friday night’s headliner is ’80s pop icon Taylor Dane, who will bring her full band exclusively to put on a rare and unique show for Dinah’s patrons. Her breakthrough debut her single “Tell It to My Heart” in 1987 turned her into an overnight star. She smashed her hits with the numbers “Love Will Lead You Back,” “Prove Your Love,” and “I’ll Always Love You.”

Taylor has sold over 75 million albums and singles worldwide, has been nominated for three Grammy Awards, won one American Music Award, won multiple New York Music Awards, and was inducted into the New York Music Hall of Fame. was ranked the 18th-best female dance artist of all time by Rolling Stone magazine. magazine.

Poised to follow in the footsteps of Lady Gaga, Bebe Rexha, Iggy Azalea and Lizzo is Havia Mighty, co-headliner of Friday night’s Black and White Ball. The burgeoning artist enjoyed great success with her album 13th Floor, becoming the first hip-hop artist and the first black woman to win a Polaris Music Award, celebrating ‘Best Canadian Her Album of the Year’. . She just won her 2022 Juno Awards and is now trying to take America by storm.

Of course, it wouldn’t be The Dinah without an epic pool party that’s always next-level.
The weekend’s pool party will be highlighted with exclusive live performances by four exciting emerging queer artists Zolita, IV4, Cassidy King and Sienna Riggins, who have become visible members of the LGBTQ community that young people can look up to.

Queer pop sensation Zolita is known for pairing her multifaceted songwriting with beautiful self-produced music videos, including singles “Explosion,” “Holy,” and last September’s hit “Somebody IF*cked.” Once” and other viral successes. The first song of her trilogy, “Somebody IF*cked Once,” was followed by her 2022 pop banger “Single in September” and “IF*cking Love You.” With her videos now surpassing her 90 million views and her recent performance on the main stage of LA Pride, Zorita has become a powerful voice in the LGBTQ+ community, sharing transgenerational themes with fun queer love stories. We share stories that showcase the.

IV4 was discovered in 2018 after posting her first song, “Because of Me,” produced by Smash David and SkipOnDaBeat, on social media and garnering tens of thousands of views. Get Rich & Cry Trying is her IV4’s latest project since signing her record with Warner. The St. Louis-born, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter has previously released hit singles “Work 2 Hard” and “Swimming” featuring Trippie Redd. Her star certainly isn’t fading anytime soon.
Singer-songwriter Cassidy King has successfully made a name for herself as a solo artist with the singles “Professional Smiler” and “Wasted”. On her latest EP, Concrete Walls, the Chardon, Ohio native continues to shape passionate resonances, offering moments of calculation that can only come from her deep self-reflection. .
Siena Liggins went from behind-the-scenes songwriter to one of Billboard’s Top 10 New LGBTQ Artists of the Year.

Ms. Out Tonight is the singer’s debut album and serves as a seminar on the representation of queer sexuality in music. Whether it’s “Dirty Girl” feat. Yung Baby Tate, “No Valet” or “Girlfriend,” Riggins leaves no room for interpretation. She intends to write a song about her true experiences as a queer woman.

“These are the inspiring new queer voices to watch long after The Dinah wraps. It’s part of a young artist,” says Mariah Hanson. “We are proud to have put together an incredible line-up of strong talent and community icons. We can’t get enough of these exhilarating female artists.

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