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Queer Musicians to Perform Benefit Concert for New York LGBTQ Safe Space

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Dorian Electra (Photography: Greg Stephen Reigh)

All proceeds from LGND will help keep The Dreamhouse available as a donation-based space for queer artists.

A legendary lineup, featuring some of today's most exciting queer musicians, will join forces tonight in support of New York LGBTQ safe space, The Dreamhouse. Bringing together Chicago-based acts with local ones, the benefit concert will feature live shows from Sateen, Dorian Electra, Neocamp, Boy Radio and Mood Killer, as well as a DJ set from Amber Valentine.

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"I've been waiting to produce this show since we had our old space The Spectrum," said The Dreamhouse co-founder Gage of the Boone, whose previous DIY LGBTQ venue, The Spectrum, closed. "I wanted to have a night that celebrates the incredible talent of up-and-coming artists, as well as established artists in our community that are more pop, electronic, R&B and rap. The new Dreamhouse space is perfect to create a more specific live music showcase with longer sets and more production."

Gage described The Dreamhouse as a community arts space dedicated to providing LGBTQ artists, performers and thinkers with a place to rehearse, practice and create on a sliding scale basis. "Our programming helps support this mission with other nights dedicated to experimental dance, music and poetry," he said. Previous performers have included Jay Boogie, Casey Spooner, Princess Nokia and Mister Wallace.

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LGND takes place tonight, with doors opening at 9 pm and shows beginning at 10 pm. Tickets are available on a sliding scale, ranging from $7 to $20, with all proceeds going to help keep The Dreamhouse available as a donation-based space for queer artists to rehearse and create. Click here for more information and learn about the LGND artists, below.


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