Lou Ella sounds different. Something familiar and something new. A quiet child, who held everything inside, she now uses her voice to say all the things she couldn't. Her visual universe was born in her head and comes with the emotions she was always afraid of sharing. Part Pop, Part Soul, she doesn't care if it doesn't quite fit.
Growing up in a musical household where her dad's North African origins blended with her mom's European ones, Lou Ella started singing at a very young age. When her parents' separated Lou Ella struggled as an only child, writing songs through her teens. After a loss, Lou Ella stopped hiding and decided to be heard.
Gold-Diggers parking available from 6pm to 2am on Thursday through Saturday. $8 cash only.
Located 2 from the venue at 5546 Virginia Avenue. Street parking in the neighbourhood is limited, so please consider using rideshare services and carpooling.
Presented by Gold-Diggers.
This is a 21+ event.