Girl Pride is back — bigger and badder than ever!
One of the mainstays of Circle City Pride Week, last year’s Girl Pride had the entire city talking! This year will be no different, with an even larger production value!
Tickets for this event will definitely sell out, so you will want to take advantage of online pre-sales, which you can secure on April 1st!
From TV stars to acrobats , DJs to drag queens, and everything in-between, Girl Pride is going to rock your socks off!
UH HUH HER
Rapturous rhythms x (delicious drums + scintillating synths ) ÷ heavenly hooks! This is an equation that perfectly encapsulates Uh Huh Her! Harmonies cascade in unison over driving beats and divine hooks pipe through an electronic haze that’s bolstered by strains of guitar and bass. How can you go wrong with that?
You may recognize Leisha Hailey through her acting gig as “Alice Pieszecki,” in Showtime’s long-running hit, The L Word, or as a member of the 90s Indie duo The Murmurs. But Hailey and band-mate Camila Grey, former member of the lo-fi Rock band Mellowdrone, have been making devilishly clever Electro-Pop masterpieces since their first EP in 2007.
As Uh Huh Her, they continue to delight audiences with both their recordings and their dazzling live performances. Their music has been admired and shaped by such deft hands as Al Clay (Pixies, Blur) and Wendy Melvoin (Prince and the Revolution, Wendy & Lisa) among others. They have promised an electrifying show, and we can’t wait for it!
Wright released her debut album in 1994 on Mercury/Polygram. That album, Woman in the Moon, attracted positive reviews and Wright would go on to win the Academy of Country Music Award for Best New Female Vocalist for that year. Wright reached commercial success with her release on MCA Nashville: “Shut Up and Drive,” from her third album Let Me In, hit the Top 20 US Country chart securely at #14. She continued along her successful arc with her follow-up up, 1999’s Single White Female, which scored her first Number 1 for the eponymous single.
The Vallures bring their audiences soulful and endearing Motown music with a twist (and a shout)! The Vallures are the sounds of the summer of ’66 at a Go-Go/sockhop. They dance & shake, move it and groove it with old hits, rarities, and a dash of originals that point and nod to that special style of ’60s lush pop that will make you wanna do The Jerk and Boogaloo while your friends do the Watusi and the Bug all over your Mashed Potato. The Vallures experience is uptight, all right, outta sight, and is guaranteed to have you singin’ and dancin’ all night!
For local acoustic cover duo, Crackhead Patty, crowd participation is the key ingredient to their energetic shows. They’ve covered everything from pop hits like J.Timberlake’s “Sexyback,” to classics like The Carpenter’s “Close to You,” to indie kinda-hits like the Rusted Roots’ “Send Me On My Way.” You will likely know the words to everything they play and you’ll want to sing along. And yes, they will let you.
G!RL PRIDE DJs
Closing out the night, from 1am-3am, will be Indy’s Best DJanes. This prolific collective of local DJ extraordinaires — Gabby Love, DJ Chachi Guerrero, AriAtari, and DJ Fate — have collectively played all across North America, and have held down residencies at some of Indy’s most discerning dancefloors, including the Vogue Theatre, Metro Nightclub & Restaurant, Talbott Street, to name a few.
To handle the growing scale of this annual tradition, Girl Pride has been moved to the award-winning Vogue Theatre. With over 25 years experience in handling top-tier shows with high production demands from international recording artists such as George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Muse, and many more, the Vogue is the perfect spot to ensure the best experience for concert-goers.
TICKETS ON SALE APRIL 1st!
Price: $25 online presales. If the show hasn’t sold out, like it has in previous years, they will be $30 at the door, day-of. A very limited number of $75 VIP tickets are also available, which will include a meet-and-greet with all of the performers.