i been seein u scopin my sequined wares and i want them on yr bodies at all the sexy pride events
dump out yr pennies, honies, cuz we r havin a sale!!! prices will vary but there will be sumthing 4 everyone! bring cash! haggle if u have 2!!!
i have teamed up with some other amazing freaks to bring u a sweet ass selection of cute thangs 4 ur bodies
hand sequined and beaded fashionzz by yours truly!!!
tshirts by flunk life!!!
hand embroidered patches by eliza lou!!!
tshirts by ladyjane!!
hand made jewelry and on site hair tinsel provided by jodi vaughn!!!
hand made natural material jewelry by oh!!!
FREE, 6-9pm, Thursday June 12th
1627 NE Alberta, suite B3
(note: you must get down full flight of stairs to access space)
Now in its 3rd (4th? I dunno, I’m getting old) year, Queerlandia is becoming the traditional kickoff for Portland Pride and also a reminder that Embers, the only gay bar still sporting prominent rainbows in a very visible area downtown, is still a thing. It’s a particularly great start because it features not only the club vibe dance party but also a craft fair, performances and 2 rooms to give you room to create the Pride that’s right for you.
Host Serendipity Jones will guide you through a stage that is bound to be energetic with performances from Carla Rossi + the Gays of Future Past and there are so many DJs you’ll be exhausted dancing (yeah on a Thursday) through the sets of:
Riff-Raff (Shade | Seattle’s Opulent Queer Empire)
Sappho (Turnt Up!/Chicken Strip/Hard Yes)
HOLD MY HAND (Bridge Club/Polari)
Orographic (Queerlandia/Bridge Club)
Huf N Stuf (Queerlandia/Bridge Club)
And in the chiller corner are caricatures by Tuna Doodle and goods to quench your local shopping thirst by Scrafts, Bang Bang Crafts and more.
And lest you forget that being gay wasn’t always (and still isn’t always) just a big party, it is also a benefit for Bradley Angle’s LGBTQ domestic violence services.
9pm, Thursday June 12th
110 NW Broadway