“Alternative Pride Toronto 2019 is proud to present our closing event:
Pride Sunday Night!
Official Bears in Space - Pride Block Party! Afterparty!
You’ve made it through Pride. In the distance, you see an oasis. You get closer and realize, it's Love Mirage! A drag & dance party with some of the best drag artists in the country, from ingénues to gender benders, burlesque beauties and legends, and local and international DJs coming together to create an optical and aural illusion for you to get lost in.
Featuring drag performances by
Vancouver's very own legendary Princess,
Nicolette Brown (Nicki King) (TO)
Sexy circus leader
Matty Scarlett BoBo (TO)
Vachina Dynasty (Jherome Tagaca) (TO)
Drag unicorn princess
Juice Boxx (Jo Primeau) (TO)
Furry femme faerie
Cosplay burlesque goddess
Leelando Calrissian (TO)
and DJ sets by:
William Francis (NYC) B2B DJ Scooter McCreight (TO)
Tam Ika (TO)
All tickets and passes available at http://alternativepride.ca/
Advance tickets for this event individually are $25.
Attend this event and five others as part of Alternative Pride Toronto 2019. See local and international artists at six events over four days with one pass for $100 ($132 value). All tickets and passes available at http://alternativepride.ca/
A portion of tickets have been reserved for those with financial barriers this pride season. If you are struggling with funds please email [email protected]
Love Mirage is a space for LBGTQ people and allies where we promote the notions of love, mutual consent, empathy and understanding. Homophobia, sexism, racism, transphobia, non-consensual touching, or violent conduct will not be tolerated. Reach out to any staff member should any actions concern you.
Toronto is on the unceded traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the New Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. It is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the New Credit. Alternative Pride Toronto supports truth and reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous peoples and recognizes their enduring presence and resilience in this area for thousands of years.”