Bitch, Please! Summer Party Tickets | Motion Bristol  | Sat 4th August 2018 Lineup

Bitch, Please! Summer Party tickets

Motion in Bristol

Saturday 4th August 2018

1:00pm til 4:00am (last entry 5:00pm)

Minimum Age: 18

Mike Servito, Octo Octa, Christophe, Em Williams & Bitch, Please! residents.

 
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Bitch, Please! Summer Party on Saturday 4th August 2018

Summer is upon us and it wouldn’t be the same without an outdoor party to slay for you all. It’s time to dust off those short shorts, leotards, leggings and harnesses because we’re back at Motion’s Crane Yard to celebrate our second birthday with pure B, Please! sass.

Joining in with the celebrations we’re delighted to welcome two of Brooklyn NY’s finest selectors, Mike Servito and Octo Octa! Mike’s upfront dirty deep and b*tchy taste has had an impact on Detroit nightlife for over a decade now and with Panorama Bar regular Octo Octa close in tow representing for the trans community, with these two at the helm we’re in for a real treat!

She was the talk of the town after closing the Crane Yard last year, Em Williams will also be returning alongside Futureboogie disc jockey Christophe, with B, Please! residents ZenZero, Butch Queen & Amour Ami. Vogue dancers Kiki House of LaVolta, drag queens Chocolate City Sisters and Prince'sass also join the party.

B, Please! & Motion are committed to creating a safe space for all individuals that come to our events, we are a proud LGBTQ+ Friends event that have a zero tolerance policy for behaviour that doesn’t support our ethos.

We’re here to party, stay safe and be one!

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Disco, House, Techno

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