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Supporters from coast to coast came together for an evening of shopping and live music at Trashy Diva’s French Quarter Dress boutique on July 25th to benefit Tipitina’s Foundation. Thank you to our customers for making the event a huge success! With your help, we were able to donate $2,000 to the Foundation’s Sunday Youth Music Workshops.

The evening was complete with a raffle of Tiptina’s merchandise and a Trashy Diva dress, drinks which were donated by
Stein’s Deli, and delicious desserts donated by Bittersweet Confections. Trashy Diva’s picturesque courtyard on Royal Street was open to participants as globe lights lit the sky during the evening reception.

Pictured: Marissa Allweiss and Emily Menard from Tipitina’s Foundation with Candice Gwinn, owner and designer of Trashy Diva.

Customers in attendance shopped, sipped on drinks, and enjoyed sweet treats while listening to the very talented
Foxy Lady and the Line Benders, former participants of the Foundation’s Sunday Youth Music Workshop Program!

In the raffle, a lucky customer from San Diego was overjoyed to win Tipitina’s swag and the
seersucker Apple Tart Dress! The Divas are proud to have joined our customers and friends from the Tipitina’s Foundation to raise money for such a great cause. The Sunday Youth Music Workshops offer young, aspiring musicians a hands-on, improvisational opportunity to play with and learn from some of the area’s most experienced and celebrated musicians.

To learn more about how you can support
Tipitina’s Foundation’s mission to protect and preserve Louisiana’s music, please visit