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An All Female Stage set to occur at Legacy Fest 2017


The Legacy Conference 2017, kicked off on Thursday, July 20 in Chicago, with this year’s theme being Devoted to Doctrine.

Legacy Fest, an outreach event in the local community of Chicago, will occur on Saturday, July 22, and feature an all female stage. Rapper L3XDIVINE, spoke with about the news and the ladies that would be featured in this year’s event.

“I have worked speedily with Brian Dye and Trisha Bell, to make this vision an actual reality,” L3XDIVINE said. “I’ve been in contact with great Hip Hop artists, who happen to be women. And through many discussions, of the difficulties we face in this genre, it inspired the stage titled “She’s Next.””

The “She’s Next” line up will include A.I., Aasha Marie, Mahogany Jones, and L3XDIVINE.

“We plan to set a precedence. Even make history. We want CHH’s support towards the voice of the woman, and we want to encourage the women to confidently use their divine gifts to glorify God,” L3XDIVINE said.

Legacy Fest will take place at Garfield Park (200 N Central) and include concerts, climbing wall, petting zoo, a 3-on-3 basketball tournament (sign up at The Legacy Hospitality Desk by lunch on Friday), kid games, food trucks, and canvassing the community with the Gospel.

The Legacy Fest performances will occur on the Stage and will include performances from Cellus Hamilton, Dee-1, nobigdyl., Ty Brasel, Datin, Kilika Tabron, shai linne, Steven Malcolm, Derek Minor, and the “She’s Next” line up.

You can check out the full line up and times below:


1:00pm | Cellus Hamilton

1:25pm | Dee-1

1:50pm | She’s Next (A.I., Aasha Marie, L3XDIVINE, Mahogany Jones)

2:40pm | nobigdyl.

3:10pm | Ty Brasel

3:40pm | Datin’

4:05pm | Rap Showcase Winner

4:20pm | Kilika Tabron

4:45pm | Shai Linne

5:10pm | Steven Malcolm

5:45pm | Derek Minor

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