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Friday
30
MAR

LIP with Tygapaw, TS Ellise & Obsolete

22:00
03:00
Artgang Plaza
Event organized by Artgang Plaza

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LIP @ ARTGANG
Doors at 10pm // free b4 11pm // $10 after
Safer space/harm reduction staff on site.
No texting on the dancefloor XD
LIP Soundcloud link:
https://soundcloud.com/lipevents
Sponsored by Moog Audio

DJs:

✘ Tygapaw ✘
"TYGAPAW pulls from a grab-bag of aesthetics: the R&B records her mother kept around, the grunge she grew up watching on MTV2, and the cathartic club sounds from the queer nightlife world she is now solidly a part of." - The FADER
DEBUT EP "LOVE THYSELF" available now on all music platforms.
https://soundcloud.com/tygapaw
https://tygapaw.bandcamp.com/releases

✘ TS Ellise ✘

✘ Obsolète ✘
https://soundcloud.com/obsoletecollective

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No violence, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, or sexism of any kind. If you need anyone who has experience de-escalating situations don't be afraid to ask the promoter Frankie or Safer Space worker for assistance, they will be present all night and there to help.
No BYOB, they will be checking at door!
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Artgang is wheelchair accessible. Gender neutral washrooms. Closest metro Beaubien.
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LIP acknowledges that it takes place on stolen land, on the traditional territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka. The Kanien’kehá:ka are the keepers of the Eastern Door of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. The island called “Montreal” is known as Tiotia:ke in the language of the Kanien’kehá:ka, and it has historically been a meeting place for other Indigenous nations, including the Algonquin peoples.
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LIP reconnaît que le festival prend place sur des terres volées, le territoire traditionnel des Kanien’kehá:ka. Les Kanien’kehá:ka sont les gardiens des portes est de la confédération Haudenosaunee. L'île appelée « Montréal » est connue sous le nom de Tiotia:ke dans la langue des Kanien’kehá:ka et a historiquement été un point de rencontre pour d'autres peuples autochtones, incluant les peuples algonquiens.