WPGC’s For Sisters Only returns for its 16th year on Halloween at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center — with Jazmine Sullivan, Vivian Green, Dru Hill and Rare Essence! You can win tickets at the official ticket blitz on October 28th at Rito Loco at 606 Florida Ave. NW. Come down and join us and Shack N D Pack and WPGC from 6-8pm!
Here are the details:
WHAT: 16th Annual For Sisters Only
WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 31
WHO: Jazmine Sullivan, Vivian Green, Dru Hill and Rare Essence — along with Bern Nadette Stanis and a panel with the men of BET’s “Being Mary Jane!
WHERE: Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mount Vernon Place, NW | MAP
HOW: Listen to WPGC to win | Or buy tickets here | Or buy tickets Fridays from noon to 5 p.m. at our offices at 1015 Half Street, SE.
With a three-year hiatus from the music business behind her, Jazmine Sullivan released her highly anticipated new studio album “Reality Show” on Jan. 13, via RCA Records. “Reality Show” sees Jazmine center stage as she tackles the realities of love, life and everything in between. In 2008, Jazmine released her debut album “Fearless,” which featured the chart-topping hit singles “Need You Bad” and “Bust Your Windows,” and earned the Philly native an amazing seven Grammy nominations. More…
Born in Philadelphia, Vivian was raised in a home where Motown classics were always blaring. Her parents were avid music lovers with talents of their own. Her mother sang and her father, an engineer, played the trumpet. She began singing at age five. More…
In a career that spans nearly two decades, Dru Hill, under the steadfast leadership of their long time and trusted manager Kevin Peck, has accomplished literally everything an R&B/Pop group could dream of achieving. More…
BERN NADETTE STANIS
Bern Nadette Stanis is best known as the quick witted, savvy, original “It” girl, Thelma Evans from the groundbreaking sitcom, “Good Times.” More…
Rare Essence, one of Washington’s premier Go‑go bands for more than three decades, has built a devoted fan base that spans multiple generations, drawn to the indigenous funk sired in the mid ‘70s by the late Godfather of Go-go, Chuck Brown. More…
THE MEN OF ‘BEING MARY JANE’
A relationship panel with the men of BET’s “Being Mary Jane.” You know them by “Mark,” “Paul Jr,” “Patrick,” “David,” “Brandon” (a.k.a. Cuddy Buddy) and of course “Paul Sr” (better known as legendary “Shaft” actor Richard Roundtree!)