6 consecutive years of making the 6th month of the year Red Hot
Now that Memorial Day Weekend has come and gone, summer is unofficially/officially here. Yes, we realize based on the calendar the warmest time of the year officially begins around June 20th, but a few days before, it's truly about making it the hottest night of the year, and it's all about supporting some great causes.
It's about Red Hot Summer Night hosted by the East Point/College Park Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
The 6th annual edition takes place on June 15, 2019 from 9pm to 2am at the Fabulous Fox Theater's Egyptian Ballroom (660 Peachtree St NE in Atlanta, GA). The summertime chic affair is a great draw for those in and around Atlanta, and this year's edition is no exception.
One of the top Atlanta based music ensembles, Remote the Band, gets the evening started with their engaging blend of R and B and other music genres, ideal for the live music and related audiences. As the evening progresses, the hosts are clearly bringing the "heat" thanks to the sounds of both DJ E-Clazz and DJ Father Scott, providing two wonderful sets to keep the evening going well into the early morning. Add Jason "JBoy" Carey as the host and it's all the makings of an amazing evening with a mature audience.
But it's more than having a great night out.
Proceeds from the event support a myriad of community programs, ranging from national programs to local initiatives (click HERE to view their interview on The Conversation Corner with Author Andrew Snorton). With a service area that includes East Point/College Park, as well as Clayton County, Fayette County, and portions of South Fulton, it truly makes this a party with a purpose (click HERE to visit their website and view their service area).
Tickets start at $45 per person/general admission, and there are limited VIP and sponsor opportunities for this 21 and older event (click HERE to view all ticket options and make your ticket purchases).
With a national (and international) legacy established January 13, 1913 on the campus of Howard University (in Washington, DC) and a chapter history of community outreach and engagement since December 1, 1979, members of the East Point/College Park Alumnae Chapter are dedicated to heeding the call to serve, and this event is a fun, festive way to not only break out the "summertime fine" attire, but do so to support some truly wonderful community-focused causes.
A "red-hot" night for a truly engaging purpose.
That's just part of what happens when "Intelligence is the Torch of Wisdom".