Knockdown Center, Pitchfork & Them Announce Night Out: Pride Party with Tinashe, Lido Pimienta, more
Knockdown Center has expanded its packed month of Pride programming with the announcement of a new one-day event. Co-presented by Pitchfork and Them, Night Out will take place across two stages from 6pm-1am on Saturday, June 17th, bringing together a multi-genre lineup of alternative queer pop artists. In addition to a headline performance from Tinashe, the event will feature Lido Pimienta, Pom Pom Squad, and Zebra Katz. Night Out is supported by Human by Orientation, an LGBTQ+ initiative from Max, Warner Bros. Discovery’s enhanced streaming platform, and will celebrate the impact of queer musicians and the safe havens that queer clubs provide. More artists are to be revealed soon.
Night Out sets will span Knockdown Center’s 3,100-capacity Main Space, as well as the backyard Ruins, which will soon officially open.
In addition to Night Out, this year’s Pride month will bring Horse Meat Disco back to Knockdown Center on June 23rd and June 25th, plus Get Wrecked & Carry Pride on June 24th. Additional parties and concerts will also be announced for June onwards.
Night Out marks the latest in Knockdown Center’s series of partnerships with Pitchfork, following previous performances from Animal Collective, Big Freedia, Dawn Richard, Moses Sumney, Perfume Genius and more. The event is the first co-presented with Pitchfork’s fellow Condé Nast brand Them.
Tickets are available here, with the option to donate to the Transgender Law Center.
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