Thursday, June 11, 2015

Chicago LGBT Casino Royale

W Hotels of Chicago & the Human Rights Campaign in partnership with Lesbifriends & CPR & Events will host Turn it up for Change: Casino Royale on Saturday June 13th from 7P to 11P at the W City Center at 172 W Adams St. Turn It Up For Change: Love Has No Limit is a campaign to promote equality through the power of music. Led by W Hotels & HRC, TIUFC is about raising the volume on the battle for marriage equality in the U.S. & raising funds to support the ongoing struggle for LGBT equality in all realms. Publicist Lauren Widor stated, "We are really excited to give the queer community a super Royale experience to kick off Pride Month this Saturday at the W Hotel City Center, as part of Turn it up for Change. We will have Casino games free of cost, some awesome performances by Chicago's best in burlesque & a secret mission to win room keys to the W Hotel, as well as tickets to Mamby on the Beach! Dressing up is optional, though 007 looks are encouraged!" The Chicago Turn it up for Change event will feature DJ sets by All the Way Kay (Lesbifriends) & Redux. Guests are encouraged to bring out their inner Vesper Lynd, Le Chiffre & other Royale-les-Eaux looks at this 007 Gala. Expect a variety of casino games including Roulette, Blackjack, Slot Machines, Poker & a secret mission. Powerhouse of Midwest Burlesque, Jeez Loueez of Jeezy’s Juke joint: A Black Burly-Q Revue will perform a LIVE 007 strip tease. The night will include numerous Royale performances by Ray Gunn, Dusty Bahls as Frank Sinatra & hosted by the fabulous Lucy Stoole, Dixie Lynn Cartwright, Bon Bon, The Vixen & Miss Tosh with a special Birthday performance by Sissy Spastik. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to HRC.
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