BITTA Records returns to the Lowcountry for second year of fashion and music event

BITTA Records Presents the 2nd Annual Fashion Show and Music Conference Extravaganza Weekend, taking place August 16-18 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in North Charleston. Embarking on its second year, this event was able to shine a light on the local music industry in a unique way. They hope to continue in their efforts bring together the artistic communities of South Carolina to celebrate their talent, educate them on how to expand, and network among one another.

The event consists of two nights: August 16 is the black tie night of fashion with a fashion show consisting of regional and international designers and models showcasing their talents, featuring variety of vendors. This evening will be hosted by community leader and host of Real Talk with ReZsaun, ReZsaun Lewis, and CCG Network Radio Personality, Ms. Luvie Smith. August 17 will focus on music with an in-depth music conference featuring local and mainstream leaders and influencers, as well as resources for upcoming musicians and talent, and engaging networking opportunities for all in attendance. This afternoon of learning and engagement will be hosted by CCG Network Radio Personalities, P the Politician, and Ms. Luvie Smith. The weekend will be culminated on the final morning, August 18, with a networking breakfast for attendees to further build on connections made and celebrate.

“Charleston, SC is a bustling and beautiful city that has been rapidly growing as well as named the number 1 city in the U.S. by Travel & Leisure in 2017. Charleston is huge on the arts, fashion, and currently becoming a major corporate power,” says BITTA Records CEO, Seraphim Benjamin. “This event will continue to serve as a platform for those talented individuals within those communities that need and want their voice to be heard.”

BITTA welcomes the entire creative community of Charleston to join them for this fun weekend of festivities. “It is extremely important to us to create and maintain long lasting relationships in the community, and around the state,” Seraphim added. “We are looking to align with local and regional businesses who are looking to find a new way of getting their brand out there, while providing a platform for the incredible talents in the Lowcountry, and the state.”

Vendor opportunities are still available for both days. Interested parties can visit www.bittarecords.com for tickets, to inquire about vendor spaces and sponsorships, and to learn more about all of those in attendance at this year’s festivities.

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