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Chicago Culture Ball’s Success Reinforce Eventnoire’s Position as a Leader in the Events Industry


CHICAGO, IL – April 15, 2024 – Eventnoire, an emerging leader in the event marketing and online ticketing industry, which is expected to reach over $94 billion in 2026, recently co-produced the sold-out Chicago Culture Ball at Artifacts Events space on the city’s Northside, further cementing the organization’s success in powering event promotions in addition to their core business.  

The Chicago Culture Ball [] which brought out the city’s elite power brokers, with Chicago Mayor Johnson in attendance, was a celebration of excellence, culture, arts, business, and community. The array of awardees that were commended for their achievements, and being leaders in their field of work, included Alderman Pat Dowell, the Academy Group Managing Partner Shayne Evans, Emmy Award-winning broadcaster Kenny McReynolds, Business Leadership Council CEO Ariell Johnson, and Chicago Scholars CEO Jefferey Beckham, among other deserving recipients.

Recording artist Twista received the “Legend Award” for his career accomplishments, spanning over 35 years, having topped the Billboard charts, and collaborated with artists such as Do or Die, Common, Kanye West, Ludacris, and other entertainment stars. Over six hundred people attended the spectacular event, which was sponsored by Courvoisier, The Academy Group, Patron, Jamaican Mango and Lime, and Uncle Nearest.

Eventnoire helps event organizers and organizations generate more revenue by recycling dollars from service fees back into their hands. Underlining their intent to include event promotions in their business strategy, Eventnoire recently announced a partnership with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Founded in 1906, the fraternity is the first intercollegiate Greek-letter association set up for African American Men, whose membership now includes Wes Moore, the first Black Governor of Maryland, U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock, and Billionaire businessman Robert F. Smith.

Eventnoire expects the partnership to amplify and support events within communities across the country. “Our focus is always on increasing the value our partners and sponsors will gain by joining forces with us. This collaboration will represent a significant milestone in our mission to provide a platform that celebrates culture, fosters community engagement, and supports communities worldwide, while enhancing access to impactful events,” said Eventnoire CEO Jeff Osuji.  

About Eventnoire

Eventnoire is a Black-owned event ticketing and media platform dedicated to celebrating and promoting culture within our communities. With a mission to provide a comprehensive platform for event organizers and attendees, Eventnoire offers innovative solutions to streamline event management and increase cultured events visibility within our community.