Dinner & A Date is Back! Headlining Live Music by Shante Nicole, Amadi Jae, Chi Christine & Poetry by Sincere The Poet and Mekkah Nicole - Hosted by Celebrity Stylist Shivy!
at Apache Cafe
April 21, 2017    9:00PMbuy tickets

Dinner and a Date is the best live music concert and intimate night out. Bring your loved ones, close friends and co-workers for this very chill vibe. Both of these ladies are headliners in their own right and we are excited to amplify them on our stage for you! Get our famous jerk wings, perfectly balanced cocktails and enjoy the show! Hosted by celebrity stylist Shivy, live music by 3 amazing artists and poetry by Sincere and Mekkah The Poet, you can't get a better date night than this! Well, maybe - but not for $10!

Doors - Dinner - Drinks 9P
Showtime 9:30P
$10 online | $15 at the door

About Chi Christine:

About Shante Nicole:
From a young age, music has always been a part of Shante/s life. Growing up in church, she joined the choir at the age of six, and has been singing ever since. In her home town of Chicago, she began to find her voice singing background for recording artist and actress Drew Sidora as well as the funk/blues band, House Of Twang. In December of 2010, after her relationship ended and she was laid off from her job, she purchased a one way ticket to Atlanta to visit her best friend to clear her mind, and never returned to Chicago to live. After settling in Atlanta, she decide to begin to pursue her passion, music.

Shante began performing around the Atlanta at open mics, where she started to get the attention of musicians and producers. In August of 2015, after much prayer and soul searching, she decided to step out on faith, and quit her job as a personal banker to devote all of her time and energy to her passion.

She is currently on the working of a documentary about her journey, as well as her very first album that showcases her amazing voice as well as her skills as a songwriter. Shante is also a budding actress and has been featured on Conan, OffStage with Reginald Prince, as well as the hit TV show Saints And Sinners on Bounce TV. She can also be seen on the 3rd season of Mann And Wife airing on TV One in April 2017.

About Amadi Jae:

On June 2nd a light was ignited in West Chester, NY. This light would soon be known to the world as

Amadi Jae. Growing up all over the world from Connecticut to Accra, Ghana, Amadi would soak in a melting pot of cultures. Although her unique upbringing would seep into the very core of her musical

influences, her adversity would spark a passion within her to inspire others with illustrations of her triumphs and lessons thru music. Not always confident in her talents and abilities, Amadi would fall victim to doubts, fears, and insecurities. If not for a strong support system seeing a special light within her, she would have never begun to see it within herself. With her debut musical effort, this budding singer-songwriter and producer hopes to be that light for those who are now in the shoes that she once wore.

Thru her music and her -Retrolite- movement, Amadi hopes to instill the message that all of us, no matter what story their past tells, has a bright light within them waiting to shine bright and impact the world. Amadi Jae has begun this mission by releasing her first single Dreams and performing in such venues as Smith/s Olde Bar, Morehouse College, Clayton State University,Centennial Olympic Park, Vinyl at Center Stage, Georgia International Convention Center and features in Greedmont Park, the AlliExperience, and more. As her light continues to shine with inspiration and hope, we are bound to see her everlasting impression on the hearts of those that are touched by her music and movement.

Parking - 4 options:
1) on-street in a marked pay meter space. Most on-street is free after 10p Read signs!
2) Big lot between Apache Cafe and the Varisty. Self-pay at the pay kiosk on Spring St or get booted (n
ot us!)
3) GA Tech Hotel and Conference center one block north of us at 4th & Spring, usually $1.50/hr Read hours of operation!
Regarding Table Reservations:
(1) Table reservations are generally held until one (1) hour after doors open but make sure to refer to the event's specific ticket rules on Ticketweb; if you have not redeemed your table reservation by the specified time, you will lose your reservation and your table will be made available to others without refund.
(2) Table tickets are not required to attend, but they are recommended for guaranteed table seating. Try arriving early to be seated at an open an free table
(3) All reserved and walk-up tables have a $10 minimum per person
(4) A table ticket entitles you to the entire table with the described number of chairs. Do not purchase a table ticket for each person sitting with you at this table.
(5) General admission ticket is required per person to enter venue. Purchasing a table reservation does not include the price of admission. Admission may be purchased by selecting General Admission tickets or at the venue upon arrival.
(6) Table reservation fees do not go towards food or beverage, admission or gratuity.
(7) There are no refunds on table reservations (except event cancellations) additionally, seating/table arrangements or changes to them are non negotiable and provide no cause for refund.
(8) When you enter the venue, please see the Hostess to be seated and be prepared to show your reservation purchase credit card and picture ID before you are seated.

Should you have any further questions or concerns please feel free to call the Apache Cafe @ 404.876.5436 or visit www.apachecafe.info


Apache Cafe - 64 3rd St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30308-1035 - 404.876.5436