DAYLIFE/NIGHTLIFE | BOOTY BASS PARTY

Image Credit: Booty Bass

Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol, BS1 4QA

0117 917 2300
[email protected]
https://www.arnolfini.org.uk/whatson/daylife-nightlife-booty-bass-party

Saturday 21 September 2019
9PM - 1AM

Presented by Arnolfini as part of the Still I Rise expanded programme. 

Booty Bass is a Bristol treasure - since beginning in January 2018, Booty Bass have created spaces for big bass lovers that welcome all. With women behind both the planning and the decks, Booty Bass challenges the macho status quo and brings an alternative energy to the beats. Come down for big, bad, unapologetic bangers from around the globe. Booty Bass sistahs, Devolicious and Ngaio will be bringing the thunder & lightning of booty-shaking tunes.

We've got to fight powers that be; resist with all our beings; come join us in celebrating life; let's dance ourselves free.

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This party is a part of DAYLIFE/NIGHTLIFE#1, foregrounding the experiences and perspectives of queer people of colour - and the Still I Rise expanded programme. 

DAYLIFE/NIGHTLIFE is Arnolfini's new programme combining workshops, conversation, performance and parties into a jam-packed burst of activity. 

More DAYLIFE/NIGHTLIFE events will be announced shortly.

 


Description of the image at the top of the page:  A figure with headphones is looking down. One of their hands is out of shot indicating they are DJing. Red, blue and purple lines of light appear across the photo. 

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