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Pride Special w/ Public Disco, Bye Felicia & Club NA (Patio-Day/ Dance-Night)

When:
Sunday August 4 at 2:00PM

Where:
14 W 7th Ave, Vancouver

About:

PRIDE SPECIAL - A 12 hour INDOOR/OUTDOOR party celebrating QUEER art & music.

Presented by your friends at Public Disco, Bye Felicia YVR & CLUB NA in partnership with Vancouver Mural Festival 2019. The event starts with an all ages patio party in 7 1/2 Lane then shifts inside for an evening of 19+ dancing in a neighbouring warehouse space.

? FREE before 5PM ?

? LANEWAY SPACE BY PUBLIC DISCO ? 2pm - 9pm (ALL AGES)
DJs | Drag | Cocktails | Food Truck | Live Art | Chill Spaces

• Music by Diana Boss / DjG Luve / easy bake coven / Innezz
• Hosted by MISS TOTO(MIA/CHI)
• Drag performances by Lucy Stoole(CHI) / MISS TOTO / Coco Klein / Vixen Von Flex
• Lounge and space design by Public Disco

? INDOOR WAREHOUSE SPACE BY CLUB NA ? 8pm - 2am (19+)
DJs | Digital Art | GoGo Dancers | Chill Spaces

Music by...
• Abasi
• Nancy Dru b2b Nathan Mots
• ra / sol b2b Adam2

• Digital Art by Zandi Dandizette
• Gogo by Amber Mariel/ Coco Klein / Nate Fadear

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? ENTRY ?
2pm - 5pm | FREE
5pm - 8pm | $10
8pm onwards | $20

? GET INVOLVED ?
Apply to volunteer - www.publicdisco.ca/volunteer

? PUBLIC DISCO ?
Finding innovative ways to present music and bring people together is of utmost importance in a city with limited space, widespread unaffordability and an often lonely population. Public Disco combats these challenges by creating free pop-up events that connect people through music and dancing in reimagined urban spaces.

? BYE FELICIA ?
The perfect dismissal, "Bye Felicia!" is a goodbye given to any unwanted, irritating, or disliked person, place or thing. This Bi-Weekly DANCE party/DRAG Show has been hosting International/Local Drag performers and DJs at The Biltmore Cabaret. ARE YOU READY 4 H.E.R ?!

? CLUB NA ?
CLUB NA is the love child of two local Vancouver artists to showcase uncompromising dark techno, while placing high importance on curation and putting artists first.

We would like to acknowledge and honour that this event takes place on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples - the s?wx?wú7mesh (Squamish), sel?íl?witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and x?m??k??y??m (Musqueam) nations. We ask that you take a moment to consider the history of the land that we gather on, your relations with local indigenous people and what each of us can do to foster meaningful reconciliation now and into the future.

This event is part of the Vancouver Mural Festival 2019. To learn more about the festival visit www.vanmuralfest.com