House of LaBeija
Live Arts Pride 2019: THE HOUSE PARTY - 50 for 50

June 30, 2 - 8 PM

$15 for first 100 tickets
$25 before June 16th
$35 after June 16th
$40 at the door
Please note: purchasing a ticket does not guarantee you immediate entry into the main performance space if the event is at capacity. Arrive early to avoid waiting in line!

Jennifer Muller / The Works, photo by Steven Pisano
WOMEN / CREATE! | WOMEN / CREATE! A Festival of Dance

June 11 - 15, 7:30 PM
June 15 - 16, 2:00 PM

VIP Tickets available for performances on 6/11 and 6/12 and includes access to an opening night reception at The Works Studio (131 W 24th Street, 4th Fl)

Student Rush $15 / Senior Discount $20 /Full $30 / VIP $45

 

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Live Arts Pride 2019: THE HOUSE PARTY


A 50 FOR 50 CELEBRATION, limited $15 tickets available now!
Featuring performances and installations from the Legendary House of LaBeija, the oldest and most revered house in New York's drag and ballroom scene, queer Carribean collective RAGGA, as well as the vibrant and inclusive artist collectives Bubble_T, Papi Juice, and Switch n' Play.

One of the third floor performance studios will feature a pensive, experiential, and durational installation by RAGGA, designed to inspire all of the 5 senses. The second studio will feature the lead sponsor Tito’s Handmade Vodka Pride Lounge providing space for rest, nourishment, and rehydration.

Prior to doors opening, Brooklyn’s favorite wise-cracking and colorful drag queen Ragamuffin will host POZLUCK, a potluck social for queer people living with HIV. Created and managed by Ragamuffin monthly, POZLUCK is friendly, private, and casual; it provides a space and opportunity for all kinds of queer people living with HIV to create a network of support through delicious food and conversation. Attendance is by RSVP only by emailing pozluckbk@gmail.com.

Live Arts' lobby remains a public space offering refreshments, shade, bathrooms, and water fountains for Pride parade participants and floats lining up in their holding spaces along our 19th street block. Also free and open to the public is the queer market place in the lobby featuring local artists selling clothing, makeup, jewelry, and more!