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BIPOC Affinity Night DJ Party featuring Bryson Wallace

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The Armory: Main Lobby

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As part of BIPOC Affinity Night for both productions of Dracula and Liberace & Lizjoin us for pre- and post-show DJ sets by Bryson Wallace (host of KMHD radio show First Light), who will be playing a fun mix of disco, funk, and holiday-inspired songs in the Main Lobby.

The pre-show will take place from 6:30-7:15 PM, and the post-show event will take place after the performance of Dracula at approximately 10:00 PM. The Pre-show event will also feature exclusive cocktails from our event sponsor, Multnomah Whiskey Library, and complimentary beer from Deschutes Brewery while supplies last.

This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

All people who self identify as BIPOC, and their guests, are specifically invited to attend. Though no one will be turned away, it is encouraged that folks outside of the BIPOC community join us on another night!

Thank you to our partners! Enjoy complimentary beverages provided by our generous Affinity Night partners, Multnomah Whiskey Library and Deschutes Brewery.

About Bryson Wallace
About Bryson Wallace

Bryson Wallace is a vinyl DJ and Artist originally from Bakersfield, California, providing eclectic sounds of jazz and soul to the PNW for just over 2 years with a focus on exploration and music education. You can follow him @Brysonwallace or Jazz Radio Host @kmhd_jazz_radio.

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