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‘Equinox: A Drag|Rave Halloween Ball’ slated on Oct. 28

LGBT artists are coming together to headline ‘Equinox: A Drag|Rave Halloween Ball’ this Oct. 28, 11.59PM at BeLOW in New World Hotel Makati (beside Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center, Makati City). DJ SweetHeart, SuperStarletXXX and DJ Duo “Boys Can Trance” will headline an event that will also have a mini-drag battle segment, where amateur drag enthusiasts will also perform.

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LGBT artists are coming together to headline ‘Equinox: A Drag|Rave Halloween Ball’ this Oct. 28, 11.59PM at BeLOW in New World Hotel Makati (beside Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center, Makati City). DJ SweetHeart, SuperStarletXXX and DJ Duo “Boys Can Trance” will headline an event that will also have a mini-drag battle segment, where amateur drag enthusiasts will also perform.

According to Martin Buen, organizer of the event, “we are taking this opportunity to…immerse rave partygoers to different subcultures through music, artistry, self expression and creativity.”

The event will also serve as an avenue for promotion of different advocacies, including HIV and SOGIE.

Tickets are pre-sold at P350 (with one free Hennessy VS Cocktail) and can be purchased at SM Ticket Centers at all SM Malls nationwide or online. Tickets will be sold at P400 at the venue on the event date.

Outrage Magazine is a media partner of the event.

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