PICS: Atlanta Welcomes K.Michelle at Walmart, Sold-Out Show & More

December 2, 2013
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Beautiful Textures and Myx Fusions Moscato celebrated the Atlanta leg of BET Music Matters’ “Rebellious Soul Tour” featuring K.Michelle by hosting a series of events around the city. First, K.Michelle  hit up the Toni Neal Salon for a surprise “Under the Dryer” “Myx & Mingle” visit with salon customers. Then the songstress made a quick stop at Walmart on Gresham Rd to sign autographs for fans who purchased either her CD, Beautiful Textures product or a Myx Fusions Moscato 4-pack.

 

A few hours later, K.Michelle was on stage at Center Stage for her sold out show, which also featured up and coming artists Sevyn Streeter and Tiara Thomas. After the concert, VIP ticketholders got a chance to get a photo and autograph from K. at the Myx Fusions/Beautiful Textures table, along with some cool Beautiful Textures gifts that included their Curl Definer Styling Custard and Curl Definer Mousse.

 

The night concluded with an after-party at hotspot Reign nightclub hosted by Myx Fusions Moscato, which made sure that plenty of coconut, peach and original moscato-flavored wine was on hand.

 

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Photos:  Chris Mitchell

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