After a year hiatus, the Seattle Red Dress party returns, Saturday April 2, 2016 at Fremont Studios. 100% of net proceeds from the event go to support PrideFest and the chosen HIV/AIDS charities to be announced soon.
The Seattle Red Dress Party is a Pacific Northwest community tradition, one that draws crowds as diverse as Seattle itself. It’s a special evening, one during which people of all backgrounds come together for a celebration full of dancing and music, spirits and laughter. This light-hearted fun provides the background for the real purpose of Red Dress, the opportunity for supporters from all walks of life to unify behind the common goal of ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic and building a stronger community. As an annual symbol of hope and solidarity, with every last attendee donning the signature-colored dress, the Seattle Red Dress Party is a true testament to the power of our community coming together to affect positive change.
This year the event’s entertainment line-up includes:
DJ BRET LAW: A staple of Seattle Red Dress parties, Seattle’s own DJ Bret Law takes the stage hot off his appearance at Sydney Mardi Gras. DJ Bret Law can be seen on stages around the world including the Seattle PrideFest dance stage.
ULTRA NATÉ: Ultra Naté is best known for her #1 Billboard dance hit “Free” but has had countless hits over the past 20 years.
DJ TINA T: Born and raised in Seattle, DJ Tina T has taken the world by storm. She’s one of Las Vegas’ hottest DJs and was a finalist on VH1’s 3rd season of Masters of the Mix.
VIP tickets have officially SOLD OUT however you can still purchase General Admission tickets for just $35 through April 1st by clicking HERE. Limited $45 GA Tickets will be available at the door.
For more information and to stay up to date on Seattle Red Dress Party visit: www.SeattleRedDress.org