Party loud and proud with live music from Butt Dial on Friday, get your groove on during a GoGo Burlesque performance from Ruby Mimosa on Saturday, and brunch with Mama Tits (yas kween!) and DJ Pryme Tyme on Sunday – the perfect parade pregame. The 44th annual Seattle Pride Parade stages just outside W Seattle’s doors, so revelers are guaranteed a front seat to the celebrations.
Happy Hour and live music from Butt Dial
Friday, June 22 from 6pm – 8pm, no cover
A garage rock trio welded to a paint-stripping horn line, Butt Dial filters originals and covers alike through an insistently distorted surf funk sound bolstered by a battle chest of brass. The whole concoction is then coated in a sultry syrup of powerful croons, hollers, and stage energy bordering on the Vaudevillian. Take a ride on the Butt Dial Express – a fabulous party band experience!
Ruby Mimosa and Friends GoGo Burlesque
Saturday, June 23 from 9:30pm – 11:30pm, no cover
Join us for night two of W Seattle’s Pride Weekend with a vibrant and spunky GoGo Burlesque performance in the Living Room. World-renowned showgirls and burlesque performers Ruby Mimosa, J Von Stratton and Mae Zing will dazzle, surprise and entertain as you groove to the beat and sip on perfectly crafted Pride cocktails.
Mimosas with Mama, featuring Mama Tits
Sunday, June 24 from 8 am-2 pm
Wrap up Pride weekend with a drag brunch, just steps from the parade itself. From 9AM-11AM, Mama Tits will host, perform and prime guests for the parade with DJ Pryme Tyme continuing the beats throughout the day’s festivities! Get electric with Pride cocktails and a full, spectacular buffet brunch, all while you enjoy Mama Tits’ live Cabaret style performance paired perfectly with DJ Pryme Tyme’s beats. Make your reservation today to get priority seating closer to the amazing Mama Tits performance. $27 full buffet with à la carte options available as well. Book on Open Table: https://bit.ly/2ILqCzX.
1112 4th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
Ph: (206) 264-6000
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