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DQTT 1 Year Anniversary A benefit for Phatima Rude


Drag Queen Queen Tag Team TURNS 1 YEAR OLD!

For our PRIDE/ANNIVERSARY we are throwing an epic DQTT Benefit for SF Drag Legend Phatima Rude, with special guest drags and electronic musicians AVOLA and Golden Donna.

Come celebrate 1 FULL year of monthly lip-synch endurance drag improv!

Phatima Rude aka Leigh Pankonin has been experiencing houselessness as a genderqueer artist and now is the critical time to help support her towards a more stable home!

Join Pepper Pepper as she hosts the wildly inventive lip-synch improv endurance test with DJ/VJ Mickey Spinzzz and special guests immediately followed by a special collaborative Electronic set by Vern/Avola followed by Golden Donna.

Don't drag your heels on this one all our profits from door this night go towards Phatima! Come celebrate live art with wickedly fierce queens.

$5-$20 Sliding Scale
Harpy Hour 5:30-7pm
DQTT 7pm-9pm
Music 9pm -11pm
Bring your tips and your joy!
Happy Pride!

ALL AGES (til 9pm)

Golden Donna:

Accessibility Info:

Alberta Street Pub is:

Wheelchair accessible with gated entrances from the patio on 10th and one on Alberta.

The main door on Alberta (just East of the 1st patio entrance which is gated) has 1 small step leading up to its door.

Bathrooms are single stall with railings.

Venue room has space for wheelchairs and I'm happy to move around seats to make accommodations.

We do not use fog machines.

There are projected visuals that might have flashing lights or images.

There is currently NOT ASL interpretation available.

General Seating does not have arm rests.

We ask our guests to refrain from wearing cologne/perfume or other scented products, and to smoke at least 10 feet from the front door to avoid making fellow attendees sick
DQTT is hosted at Alberta Street Pub which shares its venue space with our production as well as the public. We are not able to guarantee a scent free environment.

Please keep aisles clear and be mindful of the space you take up. Do not touch or grab mobility devices, or engage service animals.