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Ruby Rose Is Coming to Texas Y'all!

Headlining the All-Female Musical Showcase in Austin.


Ruby Rose & Fiancèe Phoebe Dahl

Austin, TX — Actress, model, DJ and TV Personality, Ruby Rose, will travel to Austin, TX, to headline for Girls With Flair!’s all female musical showcase during SXSW. The set will occur during the end of SXSW’s music week on March 22nd from 12pm-12am at Nook Amphitheater in Austin, TX.


The event’s title, “Jailhouse Jamboree,” is a tribute to Rose’s new role in the upcoming season of Netflix’s original series Orange is the New Black, and the event will be themed accordingly. Attendees will experience a night of live performances by female bands and musicians as well as surprise special guest and celebrity appearances.


“We expect this to be the largest girls party at SXSW with about 2,000 people walking through the door throughout the night,” commented Girls With Flair!’s Owner & Executive Producer, Felicia Dawn Hershey. The showcase is currently the largest LGBTQ & FRIENDS event scheduled at the music festival, and SXSW event-goers from across the country will attend.


Tickets for the event are $20 general admission and $150 VIP, and can be purchased here.  For additional details, please visit www.girlswithflair.com


About Girls With Flair!


Girls With Flair! LLC is a free agent all-female event management company based in Austin, TX. Owner & Executive Producer, Felicia Dawn Hershey, founded the company with the mission to promote powerful women in the arts & entertainment industries. It has gained a following for hosting large themed party productions and complete venue transformations. For more information, please visit www.girlswithflair.com



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