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BONEZ Queer Party's 5th Birthday!

Sat, 08 Oct

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Penny's Bandroom, VIC

BONEZ Queer Party's 5th Birthday!

Your favourite Alternative Queer party is turning 5 and we're throwing one hell of a party to celebrate with the biggest BONEZ lineup yet Featuring local legends and incredible performers and bands from across the country

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Time & Location

08 Oct 2022, 8:00 pm

Penny's Bandroom, VIC, 420 Sydney Rd, Brunswick VIC 3056, Australia

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Event description

Your favourite Alternative Queer party is turning 5 and we're throwing one hell of a party to celebrate with the biggest BONEZ lineup yet Featuring local legends and incredible performers and bands from across the country

⭑ BANDS ⭑ Live music kicks off the party at 8:30pm with Blussh (QLD), Stabbitha and the Knifey Wifey's (SA) and Paramore cover band MOREPARA ⭑ DRAG, BURLESQUE & SIDESHOW ⭑ Hosted by Ruby Slippers Performances at 11pm by Ira LuxuriaGina StirlingAlessa Evil, Evana De Lune, Alexander McKween and Dale Woodbridge-Brown ⭑ DJ STEVIE WHATEVER (Clowns) ⭑ Playing your favourite Alternative, Heavy, Pop-Punk, Punk and Party hits until 2am ⭑ BONEZ LIPSYNC ⭑ From 11:30pm-12am you can bring it to the BONEZ stage and lipsync for the Queers! Sign up on the night with 50 songs to choose from. Performances are for the first verse and chorus of your chosen song. Follow the Spotify playlist here: https://linktr.ee/BonezQueerParty ⭑ DRINK SPECIALS ⭑ Fireball Shots $8 Fireball & Juice/Cola $8 Apple Pie Mule $12 (Fireball, Pomme Verte, Ginger Beer & Lime) PLUS FREE PRONOUN PINS AND DIY PRONOUN STICKERS _________________________________________ 𝐏𝐄𝐍𝐍𝐘'𝐒 𝟖𝐏𝐌 - 𝟐𝐀𝐌 𝟏𝟖+ 𝐎𝐍𝐋𝐘 BONEZ is a safe and inclusive space, any negative behaviour will not be tolerated Limited free tickets available for our LGBTQ+ First Nations friends Follow us @bonezqueerparty BONEZ would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land that our events take place on and honour their Elders past, present and emerging. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

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