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Queer Riot Festival

Sunday, August 11, 2019
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Show Time : 5:00 PM

Queer Riot Fest is raising awareness and working to reach Equality for the LGBTQI community empowerment through the power of music & art!

A portion of the ticket proceeds will go to local non-profits that provide services to our queer and trans communities. In 2019 our supported organization will be Girls Rock Austin.
GRA strongly believes in the transformative and revolutionary power of using creative expression as a means of social change.


It will be an all afternoon/night event filled with amazing queer artists, arts and crafts.
We will start with an awesome selection of vendors in our celebration hall and beautiful outdoor pavilion:

K D Studios
Anita Nichole
Hermanas & Crafts
Paper Moon Botanica
Two Stoned Betties
Lavish Habits Apparel
Cruiz Views
Manos Artesanas M
La Dulce Vida CBD
Alejandro Gordillo Florez Art

Then Performances in the Theatre by:

PLASTIK is an art, fashion , & performance collective formed in SAN Antonio . Composed of local LGBTQ Icon’s & artists.

Juno Black Is a multifaceted musician and show tech professional . Originally from Colombia her long American career she has produced, recorded and played in multiple projects. Her queer identity has been a centerpiece of her performance and writing.

Jane Claire is an artist, living and working in Austin, Texas. Originally from Rio Hondo, Texas, her work is informed by history, wildlife, politics of space, romance and being a bad woman.

A vibrant and vivacious superstar in the making, Kady Rain is on a mission to put Austin on the map as a pop metropolis.Kady Rain’s sonic diversity, from woeful ballads detailing her tumultuous past to party bangers that everyone can’t help but sing along to, has allowed her to find fans across the musical spectrum.

Singer, songwriter, actress, author Nomi Ruiz was born in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, New York and raised on a heavy dose of hip hop, freestyle, and house music.As an author, Ruiz has been outspoken about discrimination in the music industry and has published intimate essays on feminism, sex, romance and gender identity.

We hope you join us on this music & arts adventure!

This show is an Independent Artist‘s Project, supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department. 

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