After the overwhelmingly amazing feedback from last year, we're bringing RAVE RELIEF back for PrideFest 2020.
RAVE RELIEF is a community-run charity dance party and performance event, taking place on Pride Night, Nov 28 at The Rechabite.
★ House music, disco, rave and pride anthems.
★ Alternative drag & performance artists.
★ A respectful, consensual, supportive and loved-up atmosphere.
With performances from:
and DJ sets from:
✦ DJ MILLY
She's been playing at clubs and legendary pride parties in Perth since the 00's, and even warmed up the floor for the great Frankie Knuckles.
Veteran DJ, promoter, crafter, proud trans woman and all-round powerhouse.
✦ ROK RILEY
The queen of RTRfm 92.1, a teacher of Fine Arts and a huge role model to many, with possibly the biggest heart in all of Boorloo.
✦ LUCKY PETE
One of the folk behind Homopolitan / Rave Relief, who is all about bringing pleasure, healing and unity to the dance floor and beyond.
All key floors of The Rechabite are wheelchair accessible, including the rooftop, dance floor and performance space. The upper balconies in the Hall are only accessible by stairs.
Rave Relief is aiming to provide a sensory space (quiet room) as well as peer support & friendly volunteers who will be available for guests to chat and hang out with. Please message Homopolitan page with questions or accessibility requests
All proceeds from Rave Relief will go to LGBTQIA+ charities or causes, including: AYLA, Black Rainbow, First Nations Homelessness Project & Rainbow Community House.
Presented by Homopolitan & The Rechabite
We are culturally influenced and inspired by the musical styles and ethos of underground and classic club culture, which was pioneered by Black and Latinx queer folk and continues to be so.
We are committed to working towards a near future where even the most marginalised folk are free to thrive and feel themselves without the barriers of discrimination.
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land on which we operate, the Whudjuk Noongar people.
We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded.
We stand in solidarity with their ongoing resilience, past and present, and we ask the same of attendees to this event.