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Sat. April 4th 2015 The Astoria (No Minors)
12AM - 2AM doors at 9PM
Tickets at:
Presented by: KASEY RIOT
Easter Long Weekend #TOMBOY is taking over The Astoria and bringing you a stacked line-up of entertainment and one hot dance party feat. DJs KASEY RIOT + NANCY DRU & performances by DEZI DESIRE + EMILE LE TUEUR.

#TOMBOY is a monthly queer party feat. burlesque, drag, contests and an electric dance floor brought to you by Kasey Riot + guests playing you the best in House Music, Electro, Remixes and booty droppin basslines. Our mission is to support local performers and artists while also providing more options for the queers in our community to go out, be social and meet new friends. If you're a performer and would like a chance to be on our stage e-mail us at

Sponsored by CANNA CLINIC MEDICINAL SOCIETY, RED MED, PS Collection, this party comes to life with babes, beers n queeeeers Saturday April 4th!

▼▼▼ KASEY RIOT ▼▼▼
One of the most prominent female DJs in Vancouver's House Music scene, Kasey Riot has been moving dance floors with her infectious bass-infused House sound for over a decade and has built a solid following by hosting multiple residencies, underground parties and touring frequently.
With a classically trained background, she has gone from learning piano and music theory from her Polish mother, to fronting punk rock bands and has now taken her knowledge and passion for music to the studio and dance floors!
In the last few years, releases like "Give It", "Pussy's Mine", Versus + Deeply remixes have established her unique production sound and given her the opportunity to support several artists such as Myles Dyson, Tom Stephan, Sneaky Soundsystem, MikeQ, Mykki Blanco and LE1F.

▼▼▼ NANCY DRU ▼▼▼
Situated pleasantly on the more unconventional end of music and sound, Vancouverite Jen P aka Nancy Dru has a kind of important message embedded throughout her style. Engaging in her sets is like sitting with her at a card table while the chaos of the casino persists in the periphery: glances of determination alongside a type of stoicism about fun are passed around, undermining your confidence of the game, questioning your initial goal to win, diffusing what you thought it meant to win at anything.
Known during the IDM days as The Square Root of Evil, Jen now delivers dense, driven techno, as solid as urban pavement. Nancy Dru is where Jen's personal and deep comprehension of sound marches through each corner and transition of her set. Rendering her work more potent is its vocal aridness. Though this style is alive with language, it is an idiosyncratic, non-verbal kind, accessible to all who are at least level two versed in techno.
Having shared the stage with the likes of Shed, Rødhåd, Kangding Ray, and Dasha Rush, and after playing celebrated sets at Mutek, Soundwave, and Communikey, Jen has gained a laudable reputation as not only an artist with a severe approach to music, but also as a techno advocate with an esoteric, tenacious language, argot required for propelling the global dance community forward into its unknown, tremendous future.



▼▼▼ CANNA CLINIC, RED MED, PS Collection▼▼▼


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