Crowns and Coronets
Join us on Saturday, September 14th at the Saloon (830 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN) for a night of lip synch battles that won’t soon be forgotten!
Watch the stage at the Saloon as Drag Royalty goes head to head with a gaggle of drag nuns (The Ladies of the Lakes). 8 performers will enter and during each round, the person who receives the most tips during their number will continue to the next round. We will end the battle with our final 2, and only 1 will remain standing.
Doors Open at 5:30pm and show starts at 6pm. $5 gets you cover to the event, $20 gets you cover and all-you-can drink special for the event. The drink special will run from 5:30-8:30pm. There will also be a table of silent auction items.
The Beneficiary for this event will be The Link’s Project Live out Loud Program. The Link’s mission is to work with you and families to overcome the impacts of poverty and social injustice. Though they achieve this mission through many programs, the Project Live out Loud program is a rapid rehousing program for LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness.
More About The Link:
The Link was founded in 1991 by former Minnesota Vikings players, Jim Marshall and Oscar Reed, who wanted to support youth in north Minneapolis who were being victimized by crime, getting involved in crime and who were struggling with poverty and homelessness. The Link is still based in their original vision and in north Minneapolis. The Link has grown from a two staff member organization with three programs to an organization that has 19 programs across the Twin Cities area, employs over 150 adult and youth staff members and supports nearly 3,000 youth and young families each year. The Link offers programming in three areas:
• Housing & Supportive Services Division: housing and supportive services for youth and young families experiencing homelessness
• Juvenile Justice Division: positive alternative programs for youth in the juvenile justice
• Safe Harbor Division: emergency shelter, housing and supportive services for youth who have been sexually exploited
Sab 14 settembre 2019 17:30-21:00
MN 55403 Minneapolis US