Saturday August 20th, 2016

The Queer Mafia presents…

OHMYJAM [ pride edition ] to celebrate PRIDE in the 613, our 4 year OHMYJAMiversary & the Arborteum Festival weekend.
All the celebrations will going down at this event!

HIP HOP, RNB, Dancehall, Reggae

on decks
★ Lissa Monet [ the 6ix ] ★ Sammy Rawal [ yes yes y’all ] ★ D-luxx Brown [ queer mafia ] ★ DJ Dae [ queer mafia ]

* Partial Proceeds to Venus Envy Bursary Fund and the Community Love Project ♥

$12 before 11pm | $15 After
Limited PWYC available before 11pm

Arboretum Festival All Access pass holders get in free before 11:30pm. Half price After. You can get yours here.

Babylon Nightclub
317 Bank Street
Doors Open at 10:00pm

reach early
leave late
jam time
….let’s go


The Queer Mafia

DJ Lissa Monet

Sammy Rawal

Arboretum Festival
Arboretum’s fifth edition runs Wednesday, August 17th to Saturday, August 21th, 2016. Along with numerous venue-based showcases and day-parties, Arboretum hosts a weekend festival village and outdoor marquee stages at Ottawa City Hall. Check out their website for the full lineup ♥

Babylon Nightclub


Accessibility note:
Babylon Nightclub is an accessible venue. The washrooms are located on the main floor and are accessible as well (Not easy to navigate with motorized Wheelchair). There is a small lip (approximately 1” ) at the front entrance and we will have access to a ramp if needed.

The washrooms at this event will be gender neutral in recognition that so often gender variant, trans, two spirit and women identified people are at greater risk to violence and harassment. The QM hopes to create safer spaces for folks to be who they are and to enjoy their night free from violence and body policing. This includes making a commitment to providing gender-neutral washrooms.

Safer Space Policy:
QM collectively strives to create spaces that are free of as many barriers as possible as means to working towards liberation. This means that we are all responsible for creating the spaces we desire, by educating ourselves, each other and ensuring that we are continually engaging in these conversations and creating relationships of support and collective responsibility. While we recognize that no space is exclusively “safe” for anyone, we must collectively work towards mitigating harms. In response to certain experiences that have happened within our spaces, we have decided to remix ground rules to apply to a specific situation in which groups of people come together to make themselves vulnerable:

QM works towards recognizing dynamics of power and privilege that exist within society and which have historically oppressed our communities. We believe that these same dynamics and tensions exist within our own communities and we are working continuously towards addressing these tensions and creating supportive spaces. People participating in our events and dance parties are asked to be aware of their language and behaviour and to think about whether these may be harming others. Our spaces are not spaces for explicit or implicit violence, racism, sexism, ageism, transphobia, cissexism, sizeism, fatphobia, sexual harassment, and gender policing, or doing anything to another person without their consent. Acting in a way that disrespects, harms others or undermines these values will not be tolerated. QM reserves the right to assess & manage circumstances and situations in the best interest of our collective vision towards creating ‘liberation’ and ‘safer’ spaces.

Laurie H

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