“AWAKENED 2019” A Dance/Song/Music/Spoken Word Empowerment Event SUNDAY, June 23

Awakened June 17, 2018 (2)Xitlali, Dancer/Designer with support from the Stronghold Society announce a benefit show, “AWAKENED 2019” featuring dance, music, poetry and inspirational speeches, set to empower us all. Our creative focus is through the style and grace of the feminine energy through dance and song. A celebration of life through the philosophy and movement of women, with the support of man, for our youth and future generations. Xitlali’s Awakened is aimed to raise awareness and help educate on the importance of balance in our lives.

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This creative and expressive performance of entertainers will keep us in harmony with each other and raise awareness on the philosophy and prophecy of the feminine energy on the rise. Join us and help us usher in this positive balance and creative expression of life. Speakers and spoken word/poetry artist will educate us on the social barriers women face in today’s society, and share empowering stories and social justice movement grand ideas on what is to come for our Colorado community and abroad. Something beautiful this way comes.
Founder, international performer and fashion designer, Xitlali will perform as well showcase her dance studio’s student performances. Entertainers such as musician Zay Alejandro Camara Rios will perform along with “to be announced” empowerment speakers, dancers and spoken-word artists. Resources will be available for education, community outreach, self care and fashion.

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The event is scheduled for Sunday, June 23rd from 5 PM for social networking, with “AWAKENED 2019” a Dance/Song/Music/SpokenWord Empowerment Event starting 6-8 PM show at Cleo Parker Robinson Theater located at: 119 Park Ave W, Denver, CO 80205 To be part of this cause or support this cause please contact: Xitlali Adame at 720.583.4204 or email XITLALIDANCER@live.com Visit her website at WWW.XITLALIDANCER.COM For press inquiries or interviews, contact Walt Pourier 303.229.0648