International Women's Day Fest with Sandra Antongiorgi plus Naomi Ashley & Cathie Van Wert (SideBar Music Room)

Sat, Mar 07 2020, 8:30pm - $10 - Tickets

International Women's Day Fest with singer-songwriters Sandra Antongiorgi plus Naomi Ashley & Cathie Van Wert. Doors open at 7 pm.

Plus in the heated tent vendors and food. More food info to come soon.


Jayne -

CAST Water Safety -

Little Buddha -
Hosmer By Hand

SANDRA ANTONGIORGI: Sandra Antongiorgi is a rising Chicago artist known for her thought-provoking visual art and World, Latin and Neo-Soul music. Singing and playing guitar from the early age of 5, her artistry transcends genre. Antongiorgi has been featured as an opening act for Wynonna Judd at the House of Blues in Chicago, Alfonso Ponticelli at Chicago’s Mayne Stage and Ryley Walker at Thalia Hall. In 2016, she was selected as Music Artist-in-Residence at MACLA (Movimiento De Arte y Cultura Latino Americana) in San Jose, California, headlining three consecutive concerts. In 2017, as part of the Truth and Racial Healing Concert Tour in Chicago, Antongiorgi opened for and sang alongside the gifted and accomplished Jazz/Blues/Soul/Gospel singer, Lizz Wright. In 2018, she headlined City Winery Chicago's first ever female-fronted Latin music concert and also released hard copies of her self-titled Spanish EP. Antongiorgi's recent collaboration with One City Films and NoiseFloor resulted in the creation of a Spanish rock version of “America the Beautiful”, a song now featured in their protest documentary, "F*** Your Hair". As a songwriter, vocalist, producer and musician, she creatively bridges the gap between the nostalgia of the past and the ingenuity of the present, drawing the listener in with her soulful compositions.

NAOMI ASHLEY: With her cream-and-Kahlua voice, Chicago's Naomi Ashley is a dazzling performer who brings her songs to startling, vibrant life. When she's singing, she disappears into the song. Her pitch-perfect voice has the ability to convey pitch perfect emotional life. The music she makes is intimate, plainspoken and gorgeously sung – drawing on the American folk, blues and country traditions – which surge with all the contradictory impulses of real, imperfect life.