ADVENTURE[s] + Detox present: This Party is Killing You
A Night of All Robyn Everything - Detox's Drag Con Pre-Game Edition!
with very special guests The CT, Meatball, and Phoenix
Thursday, September 5th, 2019
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pmBrooklyn Bowl
This event is 21 and over
$15 advance / day of show OR $10 with proof of DragCon ticket at the door
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Detox appeared in music videos with Ke$ha, Rihanna, and Lady Gaga. Detox, along with Willam Belli and Vicky Vox, released “Chow Down at Chik-Fil-A” in response to Chik-Fil-A’s public opposition to same-sex marriage. The song was a success, reaching No. 12 on Billboard Comedy Digital Songs chart, and the music video, which attracted over 8 million views, and garnered coverage by Forbes, Huffington Post, New York Magazine, and many other outlets. Following the success of “Chow Down,” Detox, William Belli and Vicky Vox began performing together as DWV. Their videos “Boy is a Bottom” (No. 6 on the Comedy Digital Songs chart), “Silicone”, and “Blurred Bynes”, among others, have accumulated over 45 million views combined. Detox has also released several solo songs, including “This is How We Jew It,” “Homemade for the Holidays,” and “Supersonic,” all of which charted and have several million views. Her digital series, “Detox’s Life Rehab,” premiered in November 2017 on WOW Presents Plus. Detox’s new EP will feature singles including “She’s Gotta Habit” as an exhibition of her penchant for fashion, “#SueList,” and “I Like It Like That”, all of which feature outrageous videos on couture, litigation, and relaxing as topics near and dear to Detox’s heart.
ADVENTURE[S] have been producing parties since 2011 and are current residents at Brooklyn Bowl. They’ve produced events at many Brooklyn venues, including Brooklyn Bowl, Glasslands (RIP), MoMA PS 1, Cape House, Friends & Lovers, Come on Everybody, Cameo (RIP), Union Hall, Black Bear Bar (RIP), Alphaville, Public Assembly (RIP), Baby’s All Right, The Randolph, The Bell House, Matchless (RIP), and more. The trio brought their signature event, This Party Is Killing You, on tour to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Palm Springs and Berlin, Germany.
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