Exclusive: Betty Who to Headline LGBT Pride Event at the Armory
“Australian pop star and burgeoning gay icon Betty Who is going to be headlining a major music event during Pride weekend in San Francisco this June, as SFist can exclusively report this morning. The event on June 24, dubbed “Pride at the Armory: Jungle,” will feature a lineup of internationally known DJs as well, including Australia’s Paul Goodyear, the UK’s Pagano and Wayne G, and Italy’s Danny Verde.”
Crescendo is the annual fundraiser for the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, especially important this year as the chorus embarks on their Lavender Pen Tour, a regional trip through the Southern states in October, spreading their message of hope, inclusion, and brotherhood through song. They will be joined by the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir.
The annual Nitey Awards found a fabulous new home at The Armory, showcasing the sprawling, transformed central courtyard that now boasts hardwood floors throughout, state of the art lighting and sound, platform stage with high tech projections, portable bars, and spacious bathrooms.
Hostess and well-known radio personality Sterling James then guided us through a series of awards to local performers, venues and experiences, presented by the likes of international recording artist Brian Kent, voluptuous Cassandra Cass, popular D’Arcy Drollinger, television foodie Liam Mayclem, and Entertainment Commissioner Jocelyn Kane with the assistance of the elegant Kenshi Westover.
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