Sunday, May 9, 2010

DJ Dennis da menace to DJ "Faux Q" Black and White Dance Party

Another great event for the LGBTQ community and its allies
organized by Quite Queer and Timothy Michael Kushi.

Quite Queer and Wet have gotten together (the first time publicly!) to throw a kick-ass queer dance party on Saturday May 15, another in their series of fun dance events in the Berkshires.

There's great news, too. DJ Dennis da menace has been announced as one of the spinners. DJ Absent is another.

Dennis da M will bring his special brand of turntablism to Jaes where the dancing begins at 8:30 and goes to 1:30.

Dennis da Menace will make your feet happy this Saturday at Jae's Spice for the QQ "Faux Q" Event.

This naughty master of music is well known in Spanish Harlem for the good times he brings with him. His choices have strictly urban creds and are tinged with hip hop, reggae and latin beats. Having been at this for several years now, he's a rising celeb, in demand in Miami, California and other hot spots of the club scene.

Sample the danceable soundblends on his MySpace page and then try to resist his only Berkshires appearance next weekend.

Suggested dress theme is black and white, with maybe a little creative use of red.

And if you need more incentives, remember there will also be a Chinese raffle with the chance to win some amazing prizes, a professional photo booth to get photos so you can remember this magical night forever, and some useful and interesting party favors courtesy of Wet! lubricant company. Full open bar for 21+ too.

Advance ticket prices are $8 for 21+ and $12 for 18+. Admission at door: $10 for 21+, $15 for 18+ Check out their Facebook page for more details.

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