Come out to the new Elbo Room at Oakland's Jack London Square and enjoy a magical evening of powerful women in music!
Gringa is a San Francisco/Oakland -based band that weaves infectious rhythms from Brazil and the Americas through catchy hooks, tasty harmonies, and sassy songwriting, creating a unique sound that uplifts and inspires listeners while dissolving cultural barriers and transcending the status quo. Originally formed in 2013 as a trio, Gringa continues to grow as a network of female and genderqueer musicians with deep respect for Brazilian influences and original songwriting.
The Onyx is an all black female music ensemble. This collective of women came together to solidify unity among women of color and to provide an artistic outlet for the female voice to be heard. Hailing from and recalling styles of Oakland, Atlanta, New York and Chicago, this eclectic group brings soul, rock, funk and latin music to an electrifying peak that will have you on your feet!
Gala (pronounced: GAH-LAH) is an acoustic indie folk-pop trio based in Oakland, CA with Roots in Chile, Guam, & the Philippines. Their music deals with themes of migration, justice, heartache, and resilience.
Gala’s sound is magnetic, transportive, and tender often inspired by a long tradition of Chilean and South American folkloric music.