All women should feel safe and comfortable at night

A Great “Girl’s Night Out”

Think of Women U-Night as a great “girl’s night out” in the Arts District on International Women’s Day, Tuesday, March 8, 2022, 6:30 p.m.

A Dallas Arts District stroll and networking social, Women U-Night will be anchored by a City of Dallas announcement and special remarks from women dignitaries, including Ann Mukherjee, Chairman and CEO of Pernod Ricard North America.

Attenders will also get to explore our Social Impact Park, filled with organizations that serve women’s interests.

The official dress code for the evening is all white as we celebrate International Women’s Day.

Event Highlights

6:00 p.m.
Event check-in begins at Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, 2400 Flora St., Social Impact Park opens

6:30 p.m.
A special, welcome performance by Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico will kick things off, followed by a brief program in Sammons Park (the outdoor area next to AT&T Performing Arts Center).

7:00 – 8:30 p.m.

    • Social Impact Park Powered By BOLT – An opportunity to meet, connect and support a select group of nonprofits and small businesses that support our local community.
    • Center Café (right next to Social Impact Park) will be open and offering handcrafted coffee drinks, assorted cold beverages, beer, wine, and food for purchase.
    • Mini-performances/activations featuring local artists inside by the Dallas Theater Center, Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Booker T. Washington High School. See your event map for performance times.

7:30 – 9 p.m.
VIP Cocktail Party, Powered by Pernod Ricard USA. (A few tickets remain. Purchase yours on this page under “Register Here to RSVP”)

    • Individual tickets are $70
    • Music
    • Custom cocktails powered by Pernod Ricard USA
    • Light bites by Culinaire

Parking

AT&T Performing Arts Center offers self-parking in the Red Lexus Garage ($17). See additional parking options around the district. Uber and Lyft are great options.


Women U-Night is hosted by the non-profit 24HourDallas. The event’s major sponsors are Pernod Ricard USA and Central Market. Additional sponsors include Responsibility.org with AT&T Performing Arts Center and Dallas Arts District as our community partners.

Event co-chairs are 24HourDallas board vice president Jasmin Brand and 24HourDallas Advisory Council member Elle Congelliere. Our honorary chair is Dallas City Councilmember Cara Mendelsohn.

The event will also bring awareness to the first women’s night safety charter to be drafted for a city in the Americas.

The charter will encourage nighttime operators to prioritize women’s safety. A Dallas City Council proclamation will reinforce these tenets.

Women U-Night empowers North Texas women to support the city at night and helps ensure that all women feel safe doing so.

Because the nighttime is for everyone.


Register Here to RSVP

Join us for Women U-Night, 6:30-8-30 p.m., Tuesday, Mar. 8, 2022 in the Dallas Arts District.

The official dress code for the evening is all white as we celebrate International Women’s Day. 


Look for these leaders

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Special Guest
Ann Mukherjee
Pernod Ricard North America
— Chairman and CEO

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Honorary Chair
Cara Mendelsohn
Dallas City Council — District 12 Representative


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Women U-Night Co-Chair
Jasmin Brand
Her Texas — Founder
24HourDallas — Vice President


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Women U-Night Co-Chair
Elle Congelliere
Pavé Group — Founder
24HourDallas — Advisory Council


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Host
Lily Cabatu Weiss
Dallas Arts District — Executive Director


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Host
Randall White
24HourDallas — Founder and President of the Board


Other Ways to Support Women U-Night

Here are other ways you can support Women U-Night and the women who deserve to be as safe and comfortable as men when out at night in Dallas.


24HourDallas deeply appreciates our Women U-Night Sponsors

We appreciate our Women U-Night media sponsors

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We also value our Women U-Night community partners

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