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Miss Monique debuts at Zouk’s first-ever International Women’s Day campaign

Zouk Doesn’t Care runs from March 1-17, also featuring DJ Juicy M & a special Mambo Jambo night honoring female icons

  • Amira Waworuntu
  • 28 February 2024
Miss Monique debuts at Zouk’s first-ever International Women’s Day campaign

Zouk Singapore is gearing up for a commemoration of International Women’s Day this March. Its cheekily-titled campaign, Zouk Doesn’t Care, features a line-up of trailblazing female DJs, curated for women by women, including the highly anticipated Singapore debut of Miss Monique.

Throughout the campaign, which runs from March 1-17, women and those identifying as such can enjoy complimentary entry until midnight.

The festivities kick off on March 2 with the return of DJ Juicy M, known for her viral mixing videos and sought-after performances at global stages such as Lollapalooza, SUNBLAST and Creamfields North.

Then, on March 8, Zouk presents a special Mambo Jambo night that honours female music icons, presenting music from the likes of Madonna, Tina Turner and more, paying homage to the females that helped shape music throughout the years.

The highlight of the campaign falls on March 16 with the debut of Miss Monique (real name Alesia Arkusha), the trailblazing Ukrainian DJ/producer Known for her fusion of techno, trance, and progressive tunes. With a versatile musical range, Miss Monique's organic rise has seen her grace major stages like Tomorrowland and EDC, plus garner support from industry heavyweights such as Pete Tong, Vintage Culture, Camelphat, David Guetta, and Tiësto.

In January, Miss Monique released her first single of the year, 'Veselka', on her label Siona Records. The track features powerful drums and a dynamic bassline leading to energetic moments with melodic synths, and recently reached the top 5 of Beatport’s Melodic House & Techno chart.

Zouk Doesn’t Care aims to celebrate freedom of expression and talent of women in music with its exciting programming. In efforts to break barriers and foster inclusion, the venue also provides a safe and judgment-free space for women to revel in pure enjoyment all year round.

For more info and ticket details for each event, click here.

Amira Waworuntu is Mixmag Asia’s Managing Editor, follow her on Instagram.

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