Mama Cash Feminist Festival and The Nest Present #StrictlySilk

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The Mama Cash Feminist Festival kicks off at 22:00 on 7 March (the night before International Women’s Day) with #StrictlySilk at Radio Radio in Amsterdam! GET YOUR TICKETS HERE

#StrictlySilk is a dance party exclusively for women featuring an all-women DJ lineup. Every aspect of the event is curated, produced, presented and performed by women, from the bouncers and security lineup, to the service providers, technicians, hospitality staff, vendors and more! All women are welcome to attend, from diverse religions, interests, sectors, sexual orientations and gender identities etc, to a space dedicated completely to their rest, safety, joy and freedom. 

This exciting, one-of-a-kind event was first conceptualised and executed by the Nest, a collective of Kenyan multidisciplinary arts practitioners. After four wildly successful editions in Nairobi, #StrictlySilk makes its international debut in Amsterdam at the Mama Cash Feminist Festival! Get ready to enjoy incredible DJ mixes, dance, hang out and feel great in an incredible community, to kick off the Feminist Festival!

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Mama Cash Feminist Festival and The Nest Present #StrictlySilk

22:00- 03:00 Saturday 7 March 2020 

Radio Radio, Pazzanistraat 3, Amsterdam

€5 entrance fee - Get your tickets here 

The #StrictlySilk Amsterdam event is made possible by the Prince Claus Fund, the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts, and the Mama Cash Feminist Festival CreateEquality project, supported by the Dutch Postcode Lottery.

DJ line up and details of the event coming soon!

About The Nest: The Nest Collective is a multidisciplinary art collective that lives and works in Nairobi. Founded in 2012, The Nest Collective has created works in film, music, fashion, visual arts and literature, such as the acclaimed queer anthology film Stories of Our Lives, which has so far been shown in over 80 countries and has won numerous awards, and Tuko Macho - a groundbreaking interactive series of crime websites widely regarded as one of Africa's best TV series. The Nest Collective also established HEVA - the first creative business fund of its kind in Africa - to strengthen the livelihoods of creative entrepreneurs in East Africa. They are a Next Gen Partner of the Prince Claus Fund. 

About Mama Cash: The Mama Cash Feminist Festival is part of the Create Equality project, made possible by the Dutch Postcode Lottery. This event is made possible with the support of the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts.

Photos Courtesy of The Nest Collective - Top Right:  Organisers from The Nest: Njeri Gitungo, Akati & Njoki. Bottom: Strictly Silk one year anniversary party in Nairobi. 

Top Left: Artwork by Marilyn Sonneveld.