Wednesday, May 6, 2015

A New Queer Hope

Saturday's installment of Phreak N' Queer featuring live performances by: Baron, Glitterlust, Icon Ebony Fierce, H.I.M. Lee, Bell's Lee, and Gin Saint Germain.

A New Queer Hope
MilkBoy Philadelphia
1100 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19107
Saturday's installment of Phreak N' Queer featuring live performances by: Baron, Glitterlust, Icon Ebony Fierce, H.I.M. Lee, Bell's Lee, and Gin Saint Germain.
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Tickets: $10
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Location and Nearby Information
Nearby Venues
  • Independence Brew Pub
  • The Trocadero
  • Pennsylvania Convention Center, Hall A
  • Walnut Street Theatre
  • St. Stephen's Theater
Nearby Restaurants
  • Penang
  • Sang Kee Peking Duck House
  • Rocco's Famous Italian Hoagies
  • Moriarty's Restaurant
  • Tenth Street Pourhouse
Where:
1100 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19107

Information: 215-925-6455
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