A retrospective of Tejano superstar Elida Reyna and her twenty-five plus years as the front woman of two-time Latin Grammy winners Elida Reyna Y Avante will be featured at Confab W, a free two-day virtual event scheduled March 30-31.
Beyond music, the Latina business mogul has her own cosmetic line and brand endorsements. The Musica Y Colores retrospective will be part of day two of the event celebrating Women’s History Month.
The inagural event from content producer INGEÑUITY is designed as a series of shows and vignettes featuring dynamic conversation, music, spoken word, and comedy — all revealing inspiring secrets of life success, recognizing extraordinary Latina stories of achievement, and celebrating “herstory” milestones and significant moments in time.
“Confab W was created to share universal stories that can inspire, transform, and motivate women of every age across America,” said Sarah Ruiz Chavez, Confab W Creator and President of INGEÑUITY. “These two days are all about changemakers that are crushing it, confident compadres in motion, and ‘sheroes’ hidden in plain sight.”
The event will be hosted by actress and activist Rosario Dawson and include appearances from pop culture queen Charo, American musical icon Vikki Carr, Latin Grammy Winner Gaby Moreno, among others.
The free two-day virtual event celebrating Latinas during Women’s History Month will livestream on March 30 and 31 at 8pm EST. Visit ConfabW.com for registration and details.
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