Tobacco Road Taking Submissions for Femme Fest on November 6

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We'll have to wait until 2010 to see if Lilith Fair makes it to these parts, but in the meantime, Tobacco Road is putting out the call for its third annual November celebration of all things XX-chromosomed, Femme Fest. The Miami venue is currently taking submissions to stack its lineup, so those interested should send a bio, picture, contact, website, and MP3 to deejayoski@yahoo.com. The event is also open to grrrly artists and vendors. Past participants have included Ex Norwegian, the State Of, and Astari Nite, all good choices. In addition, this year I'd like to see Fleez (Elyse Perez is fierce), Daphna Rose, Zombies! Organize!!, Bonnie Riot, among others. Who would you like to see play Femme Fest? Share below.

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