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Kodie Shane Joins The Dinah 2019 Lineup

Don't miss out! Dinah is on April 3-7 this year.


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The Dinah is pleased to welcome Kodie Shane to its early list of 2019 musical performers! Along with Miami's Diiamon'd Royalty and several world renowned DJs, the popular Atlanta hip-hop artist will grace the stage at The Dinah 2019 for what promises to be an electrifying performance!

The Dinah is a 5-day event created by Mariah Hanson to celebrate, unite and empower women. The festival includes high profile performances by nationally renowned recording artists, massive pool parties with world famous DJs and go-go dancers, red carpet events with celebrity guests and musical performers, meet and greets with your favorite celebians, and so much more.

There's a reason The Dinah is considered the largest lesbian event in the world and there will be something for everyone at what is expected to be the biggest event to date in 2019! Keep an eye out for more announcements to come.
We have an amazing line-up in store! 

 

https://thedinah.com/

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