United Kingdom·October 13 2022
Calling all R&B aficionados for a hot and steamy night dedicated to all the 90s R&B divas that make us wanna bump & grind.BOOK NOW
90 R&B social night w/ the blaq agenda 💫Powered by moonlight experiences & the blaq agenda DJs: TBA Date: Thurs 13th October 2022 | Time: 7 pm-12 am Queer social and networking with 90s jams all night long with travelers from Chicago and your local queers. This one is for us! Calling all R&B aficionados to Glasshouse on 6th June for a hot and steamy night dedicated to all the 90s R&B divas that make us wanna bump & grind. Join us for a good ole fashioned cocktail, queer fellowship, and the best of vibes as we settle deep into the depths of Summer through the music that inspires us to live our full & best lives — all hosted by Moonlight Experiences and Elijah McKinnon (@elijaa_) of The Blaq Agenda. Grab a friend, Confirm that hinge / online date or pull up solo to catch these vibes. 💙 This event has limited free entry, RSVP from £4. Early arrival is encouraged. Space is limited and prioritized for individuals that identify as LGBTQ+ and/or BIPOC. 💙Accessibility: This session will take place at Common Counter at Glasshouse London, which is fully accessible, you'll find it at the corner of BrickLane and Bethnal Green in Shoreditch.
The Blaq Agenda is a turn-to-relevance workshop, multimedia project and social experiment facilitated by Felton Kizer, Mycall Akeem Riley, Karla Huffman and Elijah McKinnon that deeply examines aspects of intersectionality found in the LGBTQIA community. Through intentionally curated experiences, gatherings and initiatives TBA aims to amplify the unique ways queer people of the diaspora cultivate joy, manifest pleasure and expand the ways share, learn and build opportunities for their identities to flourish. theblaqagenda.com | @theblaqagenda
Meet Elijah (aka DJ Messy Miss Demeanor), the Co-founder and Executive Diva of The Blaq Agenda. They will be spinning all your favourite R&B jams from the 90s, early 2000s and tons of Beyonce all night long.
The event is for individuals that identify as LGBTQ+ and/or BIPOC.
Doors open at 7pm
Join us at Common Counter at Glass House, 118 Bethnal Green Rd, London E2 6DG