HONEYPOT, Dublin’s first electronic club night for gay girls and friends, has announced its much-anticipated Pride party. On Saturday, June 24th, they are taking over Wigwam in Dublin for ‘HONEYPOT 007: Lovers & Friends’, a bumper event that is set to be a first of its kind for Ireland’s queer community.
In keeping with their ethos of supporting female, trans and non-binary DJs, the event boasts an extensive lineup of 10 of the city’s most promising established and emerging DJs. Clubbers can expect two floors of HONEYPOT’s signature blend of infectious, dance-ready music that spans across multiple genres and styles from 9pm – 3am.
The Pride lineup includes a very special headliner: London-based duo and Big Dyke Energy residents FAFF. The energetic DJ and production duo are one of the most exciting acts to have burst onto the scene within the last few years. Having earned slots at the likes of Field Maneuvers, FOLD and Waterworks Festival due to their incredibly compelling artistry.
HONEYPOT’s Pride party will be a multidisciplinary event that is set to fully solidify its space in Dublin’s creative and music scenes. The event will encompass motion art and videography from queer female creatives in the city. The art element of HONEYPOT will include a photography project created with their long-time collaborator Niamh Barry.
In line with their ethos to support the queer movement in real, actionable ways, a portion of all the ticket proceeds from HONEYPOT 007 will go to Small Trans Library Dublin. Co-founders Kerry Mahony and Emma Murphy have said: “There is no better way to mark the one-year anniversary of HONEYPOT than with this Pride party. We are so excited to create an affordable and inclusive space for our community to celebrate in true HONEYPOT style: with incredible music, collaborations with some of Dublin’s most talented creatives, and an unforgettable energy on the dancefloor.”
Tickets are on sale via Resident Advisor now and can be purchased here.