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Drag Camp! – Fundraiser
March 9 @ 8:00 pm
Spectrum Documentary presents “Drag Camp!” A one night special early drag show and dance party fundraiser at The Wise Hall. Celebrate queer representation and Trans visibility with us. Tickets available starting Feb.19th on a sliding scale of $10-20.
In Summer 2017 we screened “Stay Gold Man Up” and a lot of folks expressed that they would love to see a Man Up type show at an earlier time and at a venue with seating. Well we listened and brought together some wonderful performers and community projects for a night of Drag, Community, Music, Dancing and Fundraising!
Are the usual Drag Shows too late for you? Have you always wanted to bring that friend to Man Up but they are in bed by 11? The bars or clubs notyour scene? Need a seat to enjoy yourself? Then this show is the one for you to check out!
Doors at 7pm
Show at 8:30pm
DJ & Dancing 11pm-1am
Hosted by Drag Daddy Ponyboy & Trans Visibility Icon That Siren Goddess!
Performing all of the gender for you we have members of the Man Up and Coconuts & Bananas families:
That Siren Goddess & The Pearl Squad
Vixen Von Flex
Maiden China & Shay Dior
Bonus Special performance stage debut from a CampOUT Leader mentored by Rose Butch & Dust!
Once the Drag Show is finished the chairs will be cleared and DJ SoftieShan from Intersessions will keep your body moving in all the right ways!
This event is raising funds for and featuring amazing community projects. CampOUT, Intersessions, The Switch and a Gender Confirmation Surgery Fund.
Get some info on CampOUT and maybe even sign up as a volunteer?
Learn what Intersessions is about and why it is so important to our communities.
Engage with Trembling Void Studios who created The Switch. Buy their first season to help them create their second.
More info about the event, featured projects and accessibility coming soon. This is a 19+ event.
Ticket info posted on Feb 19th
Please contact Ray McEachern at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, concerns, suggestions or to volunteer to help. Pay-what-you-can tickets available upon request.
This event is held on occupied Indigenous land belonging to the Coast Salish Peoples. This includes the territories of the Musqueam, Skxwú7mesh-ulh, Stó:lo & Tsleil-Waututh nations.