Drag Bingo & Afterparty

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George Sherman Union Metcalf Ballroom

775 Commonwealth Ave

Boston, MA 02215

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Join the Queer Activist Collective on Saturday, September 18th in the GSU Metcalf Ballroom for Drag Bingo & Afterparty!

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DRAG BINGO (7:00-9:30 PM | DOORS OPEN 6:30 PM)

Local drag kings & queens will join us for an evening of epic performances, prizes, & fun! You'll have a chance to win gift cards, BU swag, a Nintendo Switch, Apple products, & more!

Emceed by the Boston Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence & featuring performances by:

AFTERPARTY (9:30 PM-MIDNIGHT)

Come eat, dance, & be in community at our afterparty featuring DJ WhySham! Wanna hear your favorite songs? Request them here!

TICKET INFO

Free & open to BU students who are in compliance with all BU COVID-19 regulations. Bring your BU ID, green badge, & Eventbrite ticket. Masks are required.

Please note that your ticket does not guarantee entry; students will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis until venue capacity is reached.

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

Venue is mobility device accessible. All-gender bathrooms are available. Please contact us at queer@bu.edu for questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation (e.g. ASL Interpreters, Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART); assistive listening devices; hearing or induction loops) no later than 10 business days prior to the event.

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George Sherman Union Metcalf Ballroom

775 Commonwealth Ave

Boston, MA 02215

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Organizer Q

Organizer of Drag Bingo & Afterparty

The Queer Activist Collective (“Q”) is Boston University’s largest LGBTQ+ student organization dedicated to promoting awareness, visibility, and full inclusion of the LGBTQ+ community. We are dedicated to creating programming that is uplifting and affirming for all of our members, especially for QTBIPOC, TGNC folks, and all others who have historically been excluded from mainstream LGBTQ+ spaces. Our meetings are held weekly on Fridays in the Howard Thurman Center.

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