Bursting with Pride: Celebrate World Pride at LadyLand Festival – Brooklyn Mirage, June 28-29

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Ladyfag’s LadyLand Festival Returns for a 2nd Year with Honey Dijon and the Gossip to Celebrate World Pride

While the island of Manhattan houses one of the largest gatherings in the world for equality, it’s neighboring boroughs are pulling out all the stops in support.

LadyLand Festival – World Pride

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World Pride is around the corner and the scene has become electric with events and acts based on equality, showcasing the voices of the unheard and underrepresented.

Holding down the #1 spot in BK, The Brooklyn Mirage has a Ladyland takeover set for June 28th and 29th. This is one for the books.

The lineup includes a bevy of local artists, electronic-disco phenoms, newly minted drag superstars and more. It is worthy of a tongue pop + death drop combo move, for sure. Updated posters can be found here.

Friday, June 28th:
Honey Dijon, Pussy Riot, Jayda G., Octo Octa, Clara 3000, Rina Sawayama, Yvie Oddly, VōX, Katie Rex, Bottoms, Jacob Meehan, FEE Lion

Saturday, June 29th:
Gossip, Yves Tumor and Its Band, Mykki Blanco, Violet Chachki, Allie X, Coi Leray, Dorian Electra, Total Freedom & Friends, Michael, Magnan, Mistervacation, Hu Dat, Kid Kenn

Tickets available at  https://www.ladylandfestival.com/

If your average festival has stars on the bill, Ladyland is a constellation of icons.” – The New York Times

“Equal parts Coachella, Berlin nightclub, and queer warehouse rave, there was something for everyone under the Mirage’s palm trees. The all-night romp started at 5 p.m. and ran well into the wee hours of the morning, bolstered by a bill as freewheeling as it was sonically diverse.” – Billboard

“…LadyLand — where Coachella meets queer nightlife.” – PAPER Mag

Ladyfag, the mind behind Holy Mountain, Battle Hymn, 11:11, and Mouth Your Body, to name a few, has been dubbed “a nightlife sorceress” by the New York Times and “the woman saving New York nightlife” by Paper Magazine. She is known for producing afterparties for some of the most renowned fashion brands in the world, all while helping to keep New York busy dancing. New York City’s “reigning queen of nightlife” (according to Vogue) took the party outside last year for her first festival: LadyLand. This year she’s bringing it back for two days at NYC World Pride!

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For those questioning themselves, yes, that lineup is real. We anticipate a blend of of the beauty of a queer warehouse rave, a dash of Berlin’s spunk, and all the strength of World Pride within the walls of the Brooklyn Mirage.

We’ll see you there!

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