Throughout the month of June, W Dallas – Victory will host a series of Pride-events to celebrate the to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community of Dallas. The Pride events will emulate elements of drag and ballroom culture as a mean of paying tribute to the queer and trans folk of both then and now.
The first of the Pride events will take place this Friday, May 31 at 7:30 p.m. at Altitude, located on the 33rd floor of W Dallas. DJ Ronnie Heart will be spinning tunes and singer/songwriter LEV will be performing a live set. Plus, there will be a drag show featuring performances by local queens Bleach, May May Graves and Frida Monet.
“I cannot wait to provide the crowd at the W with a phenomenal drag show that allows them to feel liberated, unafraid to laugh, and shows them not to take life too seriously,” said Bleach in a press release. “Drag is an art form and expression and we are so excited to share that with everyone.”
On Thursday, June 13, the Living Room at W Dallas will host Queer Me Out, a diversely curated collective of LGBTQIA+ community leaders will share their experiences and bring to light the hardships and struggles that come with being LGBTQIA+ in America.
Designers McCullough, Ain’t No Lady, Molly Syndor, Nine Muses, and
L’Evenity will showcase unisex fashion designs on Thursday, June 27th. The designs are inspired by LGBTQIA+ looks that define this era of fashion.
“W Hotels has always been out and proud of their support of the LGBTQ community, and we are excited to continue to show our support at a local level,” said Marketing Director Megan Long of W Dallas – Victory in a press release. “Our goal is to offer a variety of Pride events that are diverse,
inclusive and jubilant with our unique W twist. We are honored to showcase a variety of LGBTQ members and their perspectives within our programming. Our goal as a property is to continue to champion for equality starting within our Dallas community and hopefully affecting change far beyond.”
To purchase tickets for W Dallas – Victory’s Pride events, click here.