Bring your nearest and queerest to dance it all out in our hot summer courtyard oasis to the glitchy pop beats and sweet synth melodies of Rainbow Chan and witness in awe the fierce House of Dévine as heat up the courtyard.
Rainbow Chan is a Hong Kong born, Sydney–based singer, producer and multi–disciplinary artist who has built a reputation for idiosyncratic pop paired with vibrant aesthetics, drawing on nostalgia, diaspora and her Chinese heritage.
Melt into dance oblivion as Rainbow takes you on a journey through pop–infused electronica and dance floor beats.
House of Dévine, Melbourne's pioneers of Vogue will serve first. Electrifying the Courtyard with their energy, House of Dévine is a queer collective and family based in Naarm founded by Mother Kiki Dévine. The House currently consists of ten queer and trans POC artists that participate and thrive within the Australian ballroom scene.
This is a party not to be missed.
Alcohol will be available at the bar.
Presented as part of the Queer Unsettled program in partnership with Midsumma Festival, supported by the Australia Council.