Attention all gays, goths and party people! The BONEZ Queer New Year's Eve Party is the ultimate way for you to bid farewell to 2023.
The event promises a jam-packed celebration filled with all things alternative and queer.
Highlights include a performance by emo pop rock band, Excuse for an Exit, captivating drag and burlesque shows and the relentless beats of BONEZ DJs, ensuring the night remains steeped in punk, emo and alternative rock tunes.
BONEZ QUEER PARTY
- December 31, 8:30pm
- Northcote Social Club
- Live music: Excuse for an Exit
- Drag and burlesque: Ruby Slippers, Winter Greene, Theresa Problem, Bromeo
- Tickets are on sale now
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Excuse for an Exit, an emerging Melbourne-based emo rock band, has been making waves this year. They recently dropped their latest single, Be Mine (Or Don’t), along with a music video for their other single, Ur Villain.
The emo four-piece has been transforming their sound while still holding tightly to their emo roots. In their latest track, the elements of dance and pop are evident, enhancing the band’s exciting and mystifying allure.
The drag and burlesque portions of the party are definitely going to be stand-outs, featuring an iconic lineup of performers including Ruby Slippers, Winter Greene, Theresa Problem and Bromeo. These performers will bring all the sass, sexiness and gags to the night.
For those in-between moments – when you’re getting another drink, talking with your mates or still wanting to party – you’ll always be accompanied by your favourite alternative tracks thanks to BONEZ’s DJ.
The space is strictly a friendly and safe environment, inclusive of everyone. Made by the queer community for the queer community, BONEZ is committed to making sure everyone feels comfortable and has a good time at all of their events.
If you’re a person who loves getting wet and wild and is ready to embrace 2024 with open arms, BONEZ New Queer’s Eve Party is the place you’ll want to be.
For tickets to BONEZ New Queer’s Eve at the Northcote Social Club, head here.