Woo Grl Fest Pre-Party


Presented by That's What She Said & Woo Grl Fest

Friday, April 19, 8:00 pm

at Square Cat Vinyl

$5, All-Ages welcome

We've teamed up with That's What She Said for a special pre-Woo Grl Fest event! Join us for live music and a discussion panel on the topic of womxn in music and how to build a more supportive and inclusive community.


We'll have live music by Indianapolis bands Wife Patrol and Okara Imani. And our panelists include Anju Marie Chandy - a local musician and board member of Girls Rock! Indianapolis, Stephanie Ritz - owner of Langlab South Bend, Annie Skinner - a local DJ, co-owner and manager of Indy CD & Vinyl, and Manon Voice - local hip hop emcee, poet, spoken word artist, and social justice activist.

Our Panelists


Anju Marie Chandy, a native of Bakersfield, California, is an experienced performing musician centered in Indianapolis. She received a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance with Jazz Studies Certificate and a secondary emphasis on violin from the University of Missouri, Columbia. She frequently performs a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist with experience in many different genres and styles.

Musician, Girls Rock! Indy Board Member

Anju Marie Chandy


A 2017 winner of the Indiana Governors Arts Award, LangLab is a community arts and business incubator that has been in operation since 2010. LangLab hosts a variety of events from regional and national touring acts, to poetry readings and is the home of the South Bend Lyric Opera.

Owner, Langlab South Bend

Stephanie Rizk


Indianapolis native Manon Voice has performed on many diverse stages across the country in the power of word and song and has taught and facilitated art, poetry and spoken word workshops. Manon Voice seeks to use her art and activism to create a communal space where dialogue, transformation, discovery and inspiration can occur.

Hip-Hop Emcee, Poet,

Spoken Word Artist, Activist

Manon Voice

Utah native and Hoosier hospitalitarian, Annie serves the greater Indianapolis community as a DJ, a community leader, a designer, and has given her time to various philanthropic outlets such as Girls Rock Indy and Musical Family Tree. While raising a child and running a business, Annie also enjoys her duties as co-host of the monthly DJ dance night 'Spellbound' at Pioneer, promoting concerts all over Indianapolis, and has also recently started a new record label under the Indy CD & Vinyl umbrella.

Co-Owner, Indy CD & Vinyl and A-Squared Industries

Annie Skinner

Our Musicians


Wife Patrol

Sifting through ‘90s grunge and alt-rock, ‘80s pop and new wave, and ‘70s punk, Indianapolis trio Wife Patrol distills everything its members love about rock with none of what is obsolete.

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Okara Imani

Okara Imani is a developing musician, singer, and song-writer who performed in band and show choir and received a Bachelor's in Music at IUPU-Fort Wayne.

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About That's What She Said

That’s What She Said is a new monthly series and summer festival showcasing the women and LGBTQIA+ members in our community.

It is an evening for everyone to come, celebrate perseverance, gain useful knowledge, cultivate a community of support for women and girls, and leave empowered to make a difference.

Learn more at indytwss.com


© 2019 by Woo Grl Festival.

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