$12 in advance/$15 at the door

9pm showtime



The flyest night for Queer Women of Color and friends to celebrate Pride! Come out and getchyo dance on


Featuring DJ Keezy, DJ Lady L, & DJ Sophia (Grrrl Prty)

Special guest performers including: Alissa Paris, BDotCroc, K.Raydio, And more…




DJ Keezy:

Influenced by the music she grew up with,especially female artists. Loves bringing people together by creating a high energy atmosphere with dope remixes and throwback jams!






GRRRL PRTY is a celebration of femininity and unsheathed swagger featuring three of the most innovative voices in hip-hop this decade. The spitfire poetess Sophia Eris, percussive hellion Manchita , and southern rapstress Lizzo defy ideals and create an undeniable gritty, unapologetic sound.  GRRRL PRTY delivers a sizzling live show. GRRRL PRTY is infectious and leaves listeners feverish for more. You're invited to GRRRL PRTY. Get it. 






Brynne Crockett also known as BdotCroc has been rapping since the age of eight years old. She was born and raised in North Minneapolis, Minnesota amongst musical influence Kel C, her uncle who started her off freestyle battling. Bdot started her official music career in 2008 after she graduated high school by recording and writing music and then performing at any venue granted to her. HipHopSince1987 posted her latest project titled “Subject To Change” crediting the Minnesota native saying “She making sure MN HipHop gets the respect it deserves." 

BdotCroc latest release project titled “Subject to Change”. She has thousands of views on YouTube accompanied by listens on her BandCamp and SoundCloud music accounts. She is very active on twitter gaining followers everyday. She also has features from nationally known artist and Minnesota Native Brother Ali who is signed to RhymeSayers. Fans and supporters would say “She’s not dope for a FEMALE MC, she’s a DOPE MC.” 

BdotCroc has done a lot of groundwork in Minneapolis. She was nominated and awarded the “Best Female MC” at the Twin Cities HipHop Awards in 2012. She also performed at the biggest HipHop Festival in her city “SoundSet” in 2012, next to big names like Lupe Fiasco, Big Krit, Kendrick Lamar, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis to name a few. Bdot has opened for many national artists such as Da Brat, Iggy Azalea, Raekwon, and Dead Prez in front of sold out crowds. She also competed in her city against all males in a freestyle battle and won for $1,000. She is a woman of many talents chasing after her dreams and fulfilling her goals. 






A self-proclaimed “Daughter of the Midwest,” singer/songwriter K.Raydio (born Krysta Rayford) has released two EP’s, performed in many of the Twin Cities’ landmark concert venues (7th Street Entry, Cabooze, Varsity Theater), established a fanbase in both Minnesota and Wisconsin, and conquered stage fright – in less than a year. Who is K.Raydio? You’re about to find out. “Dare to be different.”