We are delighted to announce our headline act!


En Vogue has never been afraid to break the mold and step ‘outside’ the norm. From “Free Your Mind” to “Whatta Man” they have been trendsetters in music and style! Today, affectionately known as the “original funky divas," they are redefining the idea of beauty and what it means beyond the traditional sense with their distinctive fusion of music and style.

Recognized as one of the top 5 highest selling American female music groups in history En Vogue has sold over 20 million albums and effortlessly transitioned into the digital age, amassing over 30 million streams and over 26 million YouTube views on their top six hit singles alone: the R&B and Pop smashes “Hold On,” “Free Your Mind,” “Never Gonna Get It,” “Giving Him Something He Can Feel,” “Don’t Let Go,” and “Whatta Man" featuring Salt N Pepa.

The group's most creative music yet is celebrated in Electric Café, released in 2018. The new music explores a variety of sounds, like electric guitars on “Oceans Deep,” yet stays true to their signature sound on the harmonious “Déjà Vu.” 

For the last two decades, En Vogue has continued to cement their legacy via stirring live performances on The Grammys, Saturday Night Live, and the Oprah Show and at major events, such as the Kentucky Derby and Super Bowl, and delighting U.S. troops in Iraq. The ladies of En Vogue believe each day is a living affirmation that they are born to sing and have NO plans to ever let go.

Since En Vogue’s debut, they have set a standard for female R&B and pop groups as trendsetters, and they are regarded as one of the top female acts of all time by publications and media such as Billboard, Rolling Stone, BET, MTV, HuffPost, FUSE, New York Times, Complex, and US Weekly.

Contrary to belief, En Vogue has never disbanded. As true music veterans who have withstood ever-changing music industry fads and trends, the group continues to record and perform worldwide with original members Cindy Herron-Braggs and Terry Ellis, and newest member Rhona Bennett.