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music by VITIGRRL, All The Way Kay

Ages 21 and up
Saturday, February 11
DOORS: 8pm | SHOW: 9pm

It’s Slo ‘Mo’s first party of the year and we’re ready to be sensually queer. Come through Vday weekend for a night of  back-to-back love drenched jams by VITIGRRL and All the Way Kay, a special performance by rapper/singer YNG Romance and the return of powerhouse dance duo Miss Angelica Grace and Darling Shear. The sexy soiree is hosted by Your Godmutha Tristen & Party Mom Kristen are here to help you tap into your “feel good frequency,” as Godmutha says!

Treat yourself, a beloved or bestie and invest in Black women & non-binary small businesses at our Vday mini market: Indulge in artisan sweet treats by The Melanin Martha, jewelry by Bonded and floral wearables by Dusk Lily Florals. Come early so you don’t miss out on the magic as items are made with love and limited.

10 percent of month’s party profits will support the Black Florist Fund, created to provide capital grants to for-profit Black florists and Black flower farmers across the U.S.These grants provide a necessary infusion of capital to assist these businesses with critical infrastructure and resources without being beholden to a bank. With February being one of florists’ busiest times of the year, invest in Black business!

Tickets are sliding scale $10-20 in advance and $15-20 at the door. $10 tickets are limited and intended for people with more limited means; Black queer and trans women to the front especially. We encourage folks who are more financially empowered and allies to choose the $20 ticket. Slo ‘Mo is an entirely queer femme founded, produced and performer centered show and ticket profits help ensure pay equity.

Sleeping Village is an ADA compliant, wheelchair accessible venue. Masks are strongly supported and available at check in, as well as sanitizer. The large outdoor patio allows for taking breaks and space while enjoying the music played in the venue. Booths in the bar are reserved for people with disabilities or mobility needs, people with chronic illness and pregnant people or folks who were recently pregnant. Please email [email protected] to reserve, or if you have any questions or needs. Please take care to note you’re choosing to enter a space with alcohol, dark spaces, tight  dance floors, flashing lights & fog, photography documentation and other elements that may impact your experience. We cannot promise safety but do as much as we can within our power in a space we don’t own or make policy for to help you feel comfortable and thought of. We are continually adapting how we enact care and welcome feedback that is collaboratively solutions  focused.