Voting is now open for the DIVA Awards 2018!

Vote and you could win two tickets to the awards (...and the after party) ๐ŸŽŸ๏ธ๐ŸŽŸ๏ธ


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Saara Aalto performing at the DIVA Awards in 2017

 

It’s time for the most hotly anticipated awards event of the year, people.

 

You got it - it’s the DIVA Awards 2018, where we shower praise on the people you’ve chosen as the cream of the lesbian, bi and trans crop.

 

The star-studded event is taking place at Waldorf Hilton Hotel in central London on 8 June.

 

Fancy joining? We’re giving away two sets of two free tickets so you can come along and hobnob with media stars, celebs, business leaders and – best of all – Team DIVA!

 

Just head over to divaawards.co.uk, cast your votes, and once voting closes, we’ll pick two lucky names at random from a virtual hat.

 

Both winners will receive two tickets each, which includes a champagne reception, the dinner and ceremony and then, if you have the stamina - the legendary after party.

 

Expect a cracking night and, to be a little more serious for a moment, we reckon that the achievements of LBT+ women have been overlooked by the media – and wider society – for far too long.

 

The DIVA Awards shines an unashamedly bright light on our community and the amazing women who have accomplished so much across all walks of life, why not join us?

 

A massive DIVA-shaped GOOD LUCK to everyone on the shortlist and a big thank you from all of us to all of you for voting ๐Ÿ—ณ๏ธ

 

 

Only reading DIVA online? You're missing out. For more news, reviews and commentary, check out the latest issue. It's pretty badass, if we do say so ourselves.

 

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