**Reporté Vendredi 24 septembre 2021**
𝑵𝑰𝑮𝑯𝑻𝑺𝑯𝑨𝑫𝑬 is a drag show created to shine a light on underrepresented queer voices in the drag community. We create a space for all types of drag artist to materialize their fantasies on stage. We are inspired by the sense of community and subversion that the art of Drag has historically brought forward, as well as the underground queer movement – beautiful and blooming at night.
Tickets are at a suggested price of $15, or PWYC.
No one turned away due to lack of funds.
Proceeds from ticket sales go directly to the performers, as well as Pervers/Cité’s honorarium supporting BIPOC organizers and volunteers.
Bathrooms are gender neutral.
✶ STELLA STONE
DJ: DIGITAL POLYGLOT
hosted by OLYMPIA
This event takes place indoors at limited capacity. Masks are required when moving around the space, but may be taken off once seated. We will be handing out disposable masks and providing hand sanitizer at the entrance. We ask that attendees maintain a social distance from each other and from the stage.
Tips are encouraged, but we will ensure safe practice for this.
All equipment shared amongst performers will be disinfected regularly.
We will be keeping up to date with the required guidelines for indoor gatherings.
We would like to take the time to mention that this event takes place on the traditional territory of the Kanien’kehà:ka Nation, specifically Tiohtiá:ke (otherwise known as “Montreal”). We recognize this territory as a historical meeting place for many Indigenous peoples, and the Kanien’kehà:ka Nation as custodians of its land and waters. We are grateful to have the opportunity to gather on this territory and we stand firmly in solidarity with Indigenous resilience. We encourage educating one’s self on the history of this land, the ongoing consequences of colonialism and to continuously support and empower the Indigenous community of Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal.
✶ Pervers/Cité is a anti-corportate queer and trans festival that relies on dedicated volunteers, grants, and fundraising to operate each year. If you appreciate the festival, please consider donating the 2021 edition. All funds are equally split between festival costs and honorariums for BIPOC volunteers and event organizers.