HOTSPOT: Mpowerment's Third Birthday Bash!

Hotspot poster with drag queens

This event is located on the traditional territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm, Sḵwx̱wú7mesh and Tsleil-Waututh.

Join us to celebrate three years of Mpowerment! We'll be throwing a fabulous summer sunset patio party on the Coal Harbour waterfront.

There will be delicious drinks and dancing. Special guest performances by local drag superstars Isolde N. Barron and Peach Cobblah!

Doors are at 8:30 pm and the party runs until 12:30pm. Come as you are! Cover is by donation.

The venue is located four blocks north of Burrard Skytrain Station. From Burrard Skytrain Station, options include walking west on Melville St or taking the 19 bus on Pender Street to the stop at Broughton. And from Waterfront Station, walking west on Cordova or the Seawall will get you to the venue. Street and pay parking are available as well. 

Mpowerment events are planned by and for young self-identified men who are gay, bi, or queer. We invite all guys who like guys and their friends to attend!

WHEN
June 20, 2015 at 8:30pm - 11:59pm
55 RSVPS
David Field Oren Adamson Ian Bryce Van Damn Brandon Yan Patrick Milanzi Leona Tamara Connor M. Styles Andrew Lee Curtis Hunter Jiya Ubhi Chris Mathews Gareth McCall Kieren Nelson Charity Osinga Sahem Yazdi Henry Tai Altair Millares Meagan Schlee-Bedard Mathieu Funcity Charlie Tran Charles Copeland Aaron Li Vinson Ng Ashwini Manohar Jacob Sussman Pedro L. Muniz Rodney Stehr David Ly Karim Kadi Kevin Moroso Jacquoline Martin Isolde N. Barron Jeffrey Jung Jamie Forrest Kyly Christine Steph Parkes Lee Myhre Trevor Loke Sarah Fabian Muljono Andre Azzam Christopher LeBlanc Nickolas Collinet Navi Dasanjh Cory Yeung Scott Wood Jayson Sy

Will you come?


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