Friday Night, The Fagazine hit Cincinnati, and we hit her hard.
First, we went to Final Friday in Over-The-Rhine, and I brought a gangload of people with me to show them how much fun it is. As per usual, they told me I was right.
Street Style Blitz! Ready, GO!
The performances all night were strong, there was no one in the house who was less than completely entertained.
The Groove Thang:
I only roll with the best, and this is it.
If you aren’t a fan of The Bow Tie Cafe on Facebook yet, how will you know about the next Karaoke Night? Get your shit together and click that link.
Ta for now.
Anyways, this weekend is going to be off the sequined chain! Tomorrow night, The Fagazine will be attending Karaoke Night at the Bow Tie Cafe in Mt. Adams. It starts at 9pm, and if you want to see me belt it out on stage, you should be there.
Saturday night, I am going to the “Curtain Up!” kick-off event for the Cincinnati Opera. It’s Bollywood themed, and my outfit is going to be outrageous.
My twinnie, Amy Elisabeth will be at both events photographing every moment. So there will likely be another shot similar to this one.
What? I’m not ashamed. That night was fun as shit. You can see dozens other of fabulous pictures on her Facebook.
I’ll have a photographer there as well, and I’ll be damned if I don’t snag a snappy of her gettin’ her groove on as well.
As you know, instead of going to the Cincinnati Fashion Fund dinner last night, I made a trip down to Memorial Hall (a smaller, but gorgeous venue next door to Music Hall down town) for Cincinnati’s annual MusicNow Festival.
My photographer Heidi, and I checked in at the Press Table and immediately noticed how gorgeous the building was.
Like, stop it. I almost fell over when I saw these.
Their set captivated the crowd, and their electricity was only intensified with the addition of Shara Worden.
The second act of the evening featured two groups as well. Fight the Big Bull, and Megafaun & Friends. Their set was called “Sounds of the South” and every song made you want to move. Their combination of vocals, strings, and brass was infectious to say the least. When the two groups came together it was like a wall of energy descended upon the audience.
Then, sadly, the concert came to a close.
And everyone made their way back down to the bar to talk about how excited they were to come back for the rest of the shows this weekend!
Now, don’t you want to join in on the fun?!
Click right here, where the words change colors if you roll your mouse over them. Then you can get tickets of your very own. Or just get them at the door.
K. I’ve gotta go get ready for the Fashion Week Finale tonight, so I’ll catch you queens later!
Myself, my friend Devin, and Drew (who took these pictures, Ryan had class last night.) The party was a blast, and it was a beautiful night for it.
Tonight, I am not covering the Cincinnati Fashion Fund dinner, as it should be a more formal affair. I was asked to cover another exciting event going on in Cincinnati. The MusicNow Festival!
Visit their website for ticketing information and a setlist.
Come and see me!
You can also see me by getting tickets to Saturday Night’s Fashion Finale, and the After Party!
“Like” Cincinnati Fashion Week on Facebook for discounted ticket prices. And while you’re at it, “like” The Fagazine on Facebook!
This week has gone by so fast, I don’t want it to end. So all of you, come out to see Cincinnati Fashion Week’s Swan Song on Saturday night or you’ll have to wait until next season to experience the ferocity!
Kings of Leon is one of my favorite bands. I have followed them since before they were on the top forty and all the fangirls jumped on board.
This is a perfect example of why.
I want to see the whole thing so bad.
“What a night for a dance, you know I’m a dancin’ machine. With the fire in my bones and the sweet taste of kerosene. I get lost in the night, so high I don’t wanna come down.” Kings of Leon, Revelry.
Ryan just told me I needed to listen to this remix of Britney’s Till the World Ends.
He said it might make me RZ die. That is a serious assumption.
Rachel Zoe dying is the highest class of being gay dead.
Looky Looky, Listen, Listen:
I didn’t RZ die. I RZ gave birth to a gaybie.
That’s a gay baby. Its better. Its impact is greater than dying.
Tell us in the comments: Did you RZdie?
Zach. (and Ryan.)