Zikoko Is Throwing a Party For Women Only. It’s HERtitude

May 13, 2022

Yes, you read that right! You already know that at Zikoko, we carry women on top our heads like nobody’s business. Aside from our category dedicated to women, and the many stories we write about women, we’re going a step further to throw a party just to celebrate women. 

Here’s a list of things you need to know about the festival: 

It’s called HERtitude. 

Why HERtitude? Because women get dissed for having an attitude in response to the many issues we face, and we want to reclaim that word. If Shero and Heforshe can be a thing, so can HERtitude. 

Who is invited?

Just in case you missed it, only women are invited to this party. If we catch any man there, it’s on sight. 

When is it happening?

The festival will happen on the 28th of May, also known as the last Saturday of the month by 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. This is your cue to block your calendars and avoid “had I known”. 

Where is it happening? 

That’s still a secret. Only the hot girlies who’ve booked their tickets will get the location in their inbox. Purrrr. 

What to expect? 

First things first, prepare to shake your ass because there will be music. There will be sip and paint classes, pottery classes and self-defense classes. There will be many games to play while we serenade you with good music. I’m talking cards, Jenga, musical chairs, etc. We don’t do “Take a shot or Kiss Tunde” in this house. 

Dress code 

Just wear your hottest fit, and we’ll be there to receive you. 

RELATED: 10 of the Hottest Fits Women Can Wear to Zikoko’s HERtitude, According to Deola

What should I bring? 

Bring yourself in a hot fit, and another bad bitch if you got an early bird ticket. You also need to come with some money to get yourself food, drinks and other items available for sale at the venue. 

Who is bankrolling us? 

Easy! ChipperCash is our headline sponsor, while Busha and Aura are our associate sponsors. 

With these few points of mine, I hope I’ve convinced you that HERtitude is the place to be on the 28th of May, 2022. 

You can buy your tickets here. See you there. 

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