Freewheeler (FWHLR), a local clothing brand transitioning into an entertainment company, is hosting its third major event at the Woodward Theater on Nov. 2, 2018 titled, “Music X Fashion.” Inspired by a high energy red carpet event, “MXF” will showcase some of FWHLR’s favorite local artists with live performances throughout the evening, as well as the release of their newest clothing collection.
FWHLR Fashion Night, “MXF” will give the people of Cincinnati a night of show stopping musical performances, topnotch fashion, and the industry networking event of the year. Inspired by a high energy red carpet event, FWHLR will start the evening with live red carpet coverage by Donuts N Akahol, a local podcast covering the local music scene. Once inside the Woodward Theater, guests will be fully immersed in the FWHLR shop where they will have exclusive access to the newest FWHLR clothing collection, available only the night of the event.
The main attraction of the night will showcase six of FWHLR’s favorite local artists who have established their names in the Cincy music scene. Assembled to showcase the wide range of diversity the city has to offer, each artist will perform fifteen minute sets, giving guests something new consistently throughout the night.
Performers include powerhouse vocalist Jayme Shaye and the sexy R&B sounds of Crunr, while Blasze brings a soulful funky infectious vibe to the event. A rap education comes from the original “Ask ya dad” Dayo Gold, Princess Tiana with pop perfection and singer songwriter Kiahna with her mixture of hip hop and punk.
Containing two levels and space for 600 guests, FWHLR has set up the historic Woodward Theater to feature an upper VIP level for industry professionals ranging from media and venue owners to artists, models and designers. Interviews will be conducted on the VIP level by Donuts N Akahol, allowing artist attendees to promote upcoming projects and further promote their image. FWHLR’s main objective with the VIP level is to allow a space for creatives to network and collaborate, further establishing the music and fashion industry in Cincinnati.