Champion Of Sisterhood

Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend, aka The Dinah, welcomes Madame Gandhi to its entertainment roster.


Kiran Gandhi, known by her stage name as Madame Gandhi, is joining the entertainment line-up of the 2018 installment of Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend, aka The Dinah.

Commemorating its 28th Anniversary March 28 through April 1, 2018, the Dinah is continuing this year its longstanding focus on Women Empowerment.

The voice of a new generation, this female daredevil is making a lot of noise and already blazing an inspiring trail for us all to follow.

“I want music to make feminism culturally relevant. I want my music to make gender equality culturally even more relevant,” says the young artist.

A champion of sisterhood and female empowerment, Madame Gandhi practices what she preaches. The electronic music artist and activist based in Los Angeles writes music that elevates and celebrates the female voice.

She uses her voice, music and written work to empower her audiences to be their best and most authentic selves.

“The Dinah has always been infused with a subtle but powerful social message. Finally, in the last few years, our very own internal messaging is resonating with the social and cultural landscape in the most exciting of ways, opening the door for The Dinah to stand out even more in its representation and celebration of all voices from all walks of life,“ says Mariah Hanson,  founder and producer of The Dinah.

“During this gigantic world-famous festival, we meld our differences into a collective consciousness that for five days defines our world as a diverse and inclusive place where we all can be who we are, as we are. We know our attendees feel that magic and bring that experience home with them. Our goal is for them to also realize they can live that ideology every day of their lives.

Madame Gandhi embodies this messaging and we are so proud to present her as one of our headliners.”

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