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Club Destiny: Pride w/ Bearcat
Saturday Jun 17 8:00pm-2:00am in Portland

An adventure in futurism, CLUB DESTINY is a one-night-only Pride exclusive.

We are thrilled to present BEARCAT (DISCWOMAN/NYC), in her Portland debut! From LA a live set by queer artist MAARQUII! And our own incredible local talent Fantasy Thrilla, Casual Aztec, Hold My Hand, Troubled Youth, Princess Dimebag, & Perfect Health!

Get out of the club and into the warehouse! Multiple bars! Indoor/Outdoor space! Food truck!


Early Bird $10
Presale: $15
Door: $20

:: LINE UP ::



Casual Aztec

Hold My Hand

Troubled Youth

Perfect Health

Fantasy Thrilla

Princess Dimebag

Hosted by Sham Sisqo
Installation by Whitney Garner

#queervibes #gaywarehousevibes #cruisingwanted

BEARCAT is a London born, Brooklyn based artist. Internationally known for her various skill set’s as a DJ/Producer, Audio Engineer and Pro MUA, BEARCAT began touring with various artist’s in 2005 providing backing vocals and creative direction for live festivals such as Afropunk, Glastonbury, Reading and Lovebox. Since launching her solo career in 2008 she has performed in various parts of the world including Egypt, Paris, Lyon, Berlin, Leipzig, Barcelona, Mexico City, Oakland and Chicago. Never afraid to delve deep she uses her emotive musical selections as a form of therapy. Drawing from deeply personal experiences and diasporic root’s, her ear guides her into creating bass-heavy uncompromising, powerful mixes that harness a symbiotic energy between the music and the crowd to generate the perfect soundtrack to any event. 2016 has been an astounding year of new heights for BEARCAT with a two month European tour and set’s played at Boiler Room (NYC) MoMa PS1 (Warm Up / Sunday Session’s) MFA (Boston), RinseFM (Paris), Radar Radio (London), Slake, Flavorpill and a documentary score premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival.

With the production genius of stylss duo JVNITOR , MAARQUII seeks to bring black femme representation to music, hip hop in particular. MAARQUII is highly influenced by ball culture and the underground queer club scene, their art often reflects those influences. MAARQUII has had the pleasure to share the stage with acts like Chanti Darling, Cakes da Killa, Mykii Blanco, and Natasha Kmeto to name a few.

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