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Unicorn Disco


February 18 @ 8:00 pm
February 19 @ 2:00 am
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Enso Events Centre
750 Pacific Blvd
Vancouver, BC V6Z 3A1 Canada
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February 18 @ 8:00 pm - February 19 @ 2:00 am

Saturday, Feb 18, 8 PM—2 AM, Enso Event Centre

Join us on February 18 for a glittery dance party featuring Rupaul’s Drag Race superstars Willow Pill and Kornbread the Snack, alongside a stacked lineup of local drag talent, vogue performers and DJs who will keep guests dancing until the late hours of the night. Tickets go on sale January 16 and will include Meet & Greet packages.

ASL interpretation can be requested for all Vancouver Winter Pride Festival events. To request ASL interpretation please email accessibility@vancouverpride.ca by January 17. Requests made after this date will be subject to availability.

A limited number of low-cost tickets are available for those with financial barriers. Email accessibility@vancouverpride.ca to request low-cost tickets.

For the most up-to-date accessibility information visit vancouvepride.ca/accessibility.

All Vancouver Pride events take place on the unceded, occupied, traditional and ancestral territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw {Squamish), and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. We realize that the work we are able to do could not happen without the wisdom and intelligence of the two-spirit people and organizations that have taught us, stuck with us, and led us through organizational changes to better serve our 2SLGBTQAI+ communities. We hold our hands up to thank them for their brilliance, resilience, patience and strength.

From 8PM—9PM, Introvert Hour will turn down the music and provide low lighting for the Unicorn Craft Station. Enjoy crafting in a nightclub and all the activities Unicorn Disco has to offer!

Stay tuned for more activities to be announced.

Unicorns can WIN BIG in the annual Unicorn Costume Contest, with prizes for the Most Creative, the Horniest Horn and Best Group. Ball attendees are encouraged to dress to impress for their chance at winning! Stay tuned for full prize information.

Featuring Willow Pill and Kornbread the Snack

Willow Pill is an adorable, fun and twisted little doll that hails from both your sweetest dreams and your grossest nightmares. In order to encapsulate the human experience, Willow’s drag is simultaneously joyful & sad, sexy & nasty, jaw-dropping & embarrassing. Willow got her start as a rising starlet in the sticky clubs of Denver, Colorado but now resides in Chicago, Illinois where she has solidified herself as a glorified clown. Currently, Willow is living her dream as a competitor on season 14 of RuPaul’s Drag Race. So take a Willow Pill, and get ready for the craziest trip of your life.

Kornbread “The Snack” Jeté is an American drag performer and Miss Congeniality of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 14.

On the Stage

The name is Mx. Bukuru. That’s B-U-K-U-R-U and if you don’t know what it means honey, look it up. Mx. Is the church being your momma never wanted you to meet. They are the inaugural winner of Van Slam’s Drag Slam (2019) and runner up in the Eastside Drag Derby (2019). A member of ENBY 6 and Diasporic Dynasty, Mx. ascends colonial ideas of religion and will bring you to the sexiest church that ever did exist. They recently made their debut at Vancouver International Burlesque festival and can be found hosting all kinds of event around town.

Born and raised on the traditional territories of the Ktunaxa (tu-na-ha) Nation. King Fisher is the he/they of your dreams. His jawline could cut glass and his muscles are made of silicone. Ready to entertain with chaotically funny, while appreciating the glitz and glam of being on stage. Vancouver’s bird king is soaring into your hearts and wallets.

Born and raised on the unceded, ancestral lands of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations, Shanique works passionately to carve out safer community spaces for marginalized folks to connect, create, and celebrate in. Shanique, also known as DJ Softieshan, is known her upbeat sets and all around radiant vibes. Shanique is the founder of LEVEL UP, Vancouver’s only QTBIPOC-centred hip hop dance part and has DJ’d all over Vancouver, with residencies at The Fox Cabaret, and East Side Studios. Shanique has opened for artists such as, Leikeli47, CupcakkKe and Junglepussy and has played to crowds of thousands, most notably at the Breakout Music Festival, with headliner ASAP Rocky and at the HappyLand Festival, alongside Big Freedia.

Monday standing in front of blue background and white light

Monday, Afro-Indigenous (Ewe-Secwépemc) Storyteller’ is a 2S showgirl, model, jewelry designer, and agent-of-change. Monday has been a professional burlesque performer since 2011, and after cultivating her life experiences, traditional teachings and coaching education, she’s quite a force to be reckoned with. Her most recent endeavours include being an avid entrepreneur and founding her jewelry line @mondaymayjewelry. Monday strives to exist without limits and take up space. She hopes to encourage those who have experienced marginalization to feel just as empowered. Monday is one of the newer members of @viragonation and signed to @supernaturalsmodelling. On the average day, find Monday hustling, cackling at Tik Tok videos, and/or beading.

Batty (They/She) is here to big up da crowd dem, serving up a high energy number for ya head tops. Batty is Vancouver’s premier Jamaican-Brazilian, they are new to drag but ready to turn it out for all the Black Queer non-binary baddies at the function. So get those booty cheeks ready and make it clap for the nonbinary finery of it all BATTY B BANKS

Paisley Eva has become a force to be reckoned with in BC’s music industry. She has founded many nights over the night, but currently is co-founder and co-planner of Hotlatch, an Indigiqueer/2S celebration. Her work is based in Sḵwx̱wú7mesh teachings and all about sharing equity within the music and event industry with her incredible communities. She is known for genre-spanning high energy sets that keep the crowd dancing.

KG Fresh is a Vancouver based DJ and a strong advocate for the LGBTQ+ Community! Even though KG Fresh has only been djing for a short 3 years, she’s quickly established her name in the Vancouver Nightlife. She believes that our stories and where we come from are what sets us apart, so anytime she is given an opportunity to play open format or is just playing for fun, she tried to incorporate a little bit of who she is in her music by sharing her roots and love of hip hop culture within the listener.

AGS is a Filipino-born visual artist and DJ. They began djing earlier this year with the desire to produce unique ways of connecting with others through sounds that transcend verbal communication within the underground club scene.

Manda Stroyer (she/they) are a Sioux-per nova indigibabe artist from Vancouver. They’ve been bringing their sunshine sweet energy to burlesque stages since 2011. They’ve performed all over the city but now primarily perform with Turtle Island’s first all indigenous troupe Virago Nation. In addition to burlesque Manda is also a part time mermaid, part time nurse and full time momma of 2 who believes fiercely in breaking toxic stereotypes surrounding sexuality for future generations.

Ruthe Ordare (she/her) is the hips, thighs and bedroom eyes of Vancouver’s burlesque scene. She is a founding member of the all-Indigenous burlesque troupe Virago Nation and recently finished her fifth and final year as the Artistic Director for the Vancouver International Burlesque Festival. Her signature style infuses the pulse of classic burlesque with a neo twist; weaving comedy, politics, sex and sass into a feast for the senses. From pointe shoes to pasties, Ruthe started dancing at a young age taking ballet, jazz, tap and anything else she could talk her parents into. She has been a dance instructor for over 20 years and has choreographed multiple full length musicals while attending the University of British Columbia. Ruthe discovered burlesque in 2011 and was instantly hooked! The freedom to create acts from the early sparks of inspiration all the way to the stage continues to feed her artist heart. She is the winner of Best Solo from the 2014 Texas Burlesque Festival and has been featured at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekender in 2013, 2015 and 2017. She has been a feature performer for the Ohio Burlesque Festival in 2017 and was invited to headline the Isle of Tease Burlesque Festival (Victoria, BC) in 2019.

Bo Dyp is an indigiqueer drag thing fresh off the boat and back into the drag scene. They’re a moody and chaotic guy with movement that will make you melt. Get ready to empty your wallets and give it up for the decolonial zaddy and baddie of the Bighouse of Skoden, and never forget #ACAB