Location: The Theater
Arron Dante Live Podcast with Ngaiire
6pm – Live Podcast in the Theater
7pm – Mingle with Aaron & Ngaiire in the Marquee Lounge
8pm – Performance by Ngaiire in the Theater
Creative Alliance Members can join the live podcast for FREE!
Live Podcast Only – $10
Live Podcast, Mingle & Performance – $30, $22 for Creative Alliance Members
Aaron Dante is the host and owner of the NoPixAfterDark an award-winning podcast. NoPixAfterDark is the Winner of 2020, 2021 & 2022 Readers Choice Best of Baltimore for the Baltimore Sun and 2020, 2021 & 2022 Reader Choice Best of Baltimore for Baltimore Magazine. Aaron Dante has been featured in Bmore Art Magazine, LIVID Magazine WBAL TV with Jason Newton.
The NoPixAfterDark Podcast participated in Epsilon Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. as they celebrated Black Podcasters for Black History Month. NoPixAfterDarkPodcast Emcee ‘d the Visit Baltimore Annual Conference 2022 panel for “Building the future of Tourism”
NoPixAfterDark was the first podcast to record live during AFRAM 2022. The hit podcast recently participated in the Maryland Association of Counties (MACO) podcast alley, worked with the U.S. Navy for Maryland Fleet Week 2022, worked with Guinness Open Gate Brewery, 2023 CIAA Tech Summit, Arena Stage Washington DC, Visit Baltimore and Vice TV.
The podcast seeks to build a community of human experiences, positive storytelling and conversation. The format can consist of simply telling a memorable tale, entrepreneur life or explaining an experience that changed a life.
Guests of NoPixAfterDark have included , Mayor Baltimore City Brandon Scott; Washington Commanders Vice President Julie Donaldson, CEO & President La Fête Du Rosè Donaè Burston, Lobos 1707 Tequila Dia Simms; Maryland Governor Wes Moore, Dr. Karsonya Whitehead, WEAA radio host and renowned DEI expert; Annie Milli. Executive Director of Live Baltimore; and Visit Baltimore CEO & President Al Hutchinson.
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As one of the premier touring live artists in Australia, Ngaiire (pronounced NYE-ree) is often lauded as the best voice in the country. She has released three albums, the latest which garnered her four ARIA awards (the Australian equivalent to the Grammys). Her songs have also been selected for use across multiple USA TV shows—most notably the gospel torch song, “Fall Into My Arms,” was used in Oprah Winfrey/Ava DuVernay’s TV show Queen Sugar.
A performance from Ngaiire melds electronic neo-soul, gospel, and big pop sounds, strained through the lens of a first nations Papua New Guinean songwriter. Ngaiire’s shows give the audience the full spectrum of live performance: one moment a pop banger will have you dancing, and in the next moment, she will break your heart.
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