After splitting from her record deal with Simon Cowell label Syco Music, her prize after becoming the X Factor’s youngest winner back in 2015, Louisa showed no signs of slowing down. Last year she stormed the stage at Birmingham Pride as well as seeing success with her single ‘Yes’ featuring 2 Chainz. This year she’s keeping up her momentum, storming to the stage of the annual Manchester Pride Spring Benefit.
Having managed to have several of her tracks go gold, from ‘Tears’ to ‘Best Behaviour’, she’ll be taking the headline spot at this important event in aid of the Manchester Pride Fund.
The Manchester Pride Spring Benefit is back this year at The Midland Hotel, and will be transporting you to an evening of Parisienne chic. Louisa is sure to twinkle brightly in this City of Lights-themed event where patrons will be treated to exquisite food and copious drinks.
Also taking to the stage for a DJ set will be Girls Aloud former band member Nicola Roberts who’ll be tussling her auburn rills behind the decks. She’s showing off her mixing prowess, having written songs for the likes of Little Mix and Rita Ora, you can be sure to be grooving into the night. Master of Ceremonies Stephen Bailey will be on hand to keep the raucous night on-track, surely dishing up a taste of his upcoming Comedy Central stand-up speical.
Table Packages for the Manchester Pride Spring Benefit are available from SpringBenefit.ManchesterPride.com, with a range from Gold to Diamond still available.
To find out more about the event CLICK HERE.