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Friday April 15th
Heels on Wheels Glitter Roadshow PittsburghRemedy 5121 Butler St.
8:30pm doors, 9pm show, $5
Featuring local performers Bekezela Mguni, Nichole Faina and more!
…Stay for the Afterparty-Operation Sappho!!!
w DJ's Mary Mack, Square Peg, and Drop That
Special guest DJ Shomi Noise from Heels on Wheels
Photobooth by Caldwell
Come dance with us!
Liberation magic, anti-capitalist robots, Medusa-themed puppet theatre, riot grrl dance parties, and the story of stardust accompany the journey of six queer femme artists and activists touring from Brooklyn through the Midwestern U.S. this April. You’re invited to enjoy the spectacle as these dazzling troublemakers create a world of radical extravagance and thought-provoking glamour: Heels on Wheels Roadshow is a queer performance art cabaret hitting the road April 15-25, 2011, in search of new friends, fantastic adventures and siblings in the struggle in Pittsburgh, Columbus, Bloomington, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Madison [TBD], Chicago, Ypsilanti, Detroit, Rochester, Philadelphia and New York City.
Friday April 22nd
Whore Paint * Zeitgeist * 90's/Riot Grrrl Danceparty
Awesome rock show & danceparty with former Pittsburgher Meredith Stern's band + local new band + lots of 90's & riot grrrl records to dance to!
doors at 8:00, show starts at 9:00::::
DJ Drop That
playing lady and queercore punk records as well as 90's dance jamz!!!
+++ zine + music swap/sale. come early to mingle with rad ladies + dudes + share what you make. Meredith is an amazing printmaker too, and she will probably bring some goodies to sell:
$6 / $5 if you dress in RIOT GRRRL STYLE
all of this on the eve of Zines & Feminism Symposium at CLP, featuring Sara Marcus, author of Girls to the Front: The True Story of the Riot Grrrl Revolution. FREE. Sign up here: http://www.carnegielibrary.org/events/details.cfm?event_id=62858
Plasterd Bastards, Ratface, QuarterPunx, Crooked Teeth local punk rock show at Belvedere's Sat. April 23rd 8-11pm $5 to benefit GLITZFest (Gay Lesbian Intersex Trans Ze) is a (punk) queer music festival and a corporate-free alternative to Pride.