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Peach & Party Noire Present: Carnival

  • 300 North LaSalle Street Chicago, IL, 60601 United States (map)

Next up in this year's "Legendary Parties" series is...

Peach & Party Noire Present: "Carnival," a Chicago-style, queer version of the annual cultural celebration and global phenomenon.


Your two favorite queer powerhouse collectives have joined forces to throw the most epic riverfront day party Chicago has ever seen.


- Private 8,000 sq ft Indoor & Outdoor Riverfront Venue

- Performances/ Dancers

- Music (Expect a FULL whine up)

- Art Installations

- Photobooth

- Curated Food Menu (Jerk on deck)

- Curated Cocktails by Violet Hour & Tito's Handmade Vodka

- Vendors


DJ Lineup:

DJ Rae Chardonnay

DJ Bonita Appleblunt

DJ [X]P



We recommend sipping on some Tito’s Handmade Vodka though, because with EACH Tito’s Handmade Vodka drink purchased $5 will be DONATED to a deserving non-profit, to be announced soon, (up to $1,500!)



Other Important Details:


This event celebrates queer women, femmes and our POC community, but we encourage all friends, family, allies and identities to enjoy our welcoming, safe, and inclusive environment


All 21+ are welcome

Venue is wheelchair accessible



We have MANY surprises in store as we get closer to the launch date, so make sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram to be the first to know!


Peach Facebook: http://bit.ly/PeachFacebook

Peach Instagram: http://bit.ly/PeachInsta

Party Noire Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/partynoire/

Party Noire Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/partynoire


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ABOUT PEACH


Peach is an event series and brand born and raised in Chicago that is dedicated to unifying and celebrating LGBTQ+ women and femme family through music, drinks, food, art and visually stimulating entertainment. Peach brings a fully immersive design at a different venue for each event, partners with Tito's Handmade Vodka to give thousands of dollars away to nonprofits, and creates first-class, inclusive spaces. While the brand’s mission centers queer women and femmes, allies and identities across the LGBTQ+ spectrum are encouraged to join in our safe space.


Peach is produced by Black Thread Agency (website: http://bit.ly/BlackThreadAgency)


Creative Team: Chris Tuttle, Ashley Thompson

Photo: Manuela Schreiber



Party Norie:

The #‎PartyNoire community is an inclusive cultural hub celebrating Black femmes, QWOC, + Black womynhood along the gender spectrum + holds space especially for queer, trans + genderqueer and gender non-conforming Black people. We create experiences + intentional space for uplifting + affirming the lives of Black womyn.


When in this intersectional orbit of #BlackJoy, our space, love, uplift and make SPACE for ALL Black Joy. Co-Founders Nick and Rae are divinely connected in their mission to affirm, uplift and celebrate Black womanhood along the gender spectrum. Welcome, home.



Tito's Handmade Vodka:

Tito’s Handmade Vodka is produced in Austin at Texas’ oldest legal distillery. Love has always been at the heart of this company. Back in 1992, years before he sold his first case, Tito started making vodka to give as gifts. Its popularity quickly spread among his friends and family, and he soon became known as "the vodka guy." When Tito decided to really make a go of it in the spirits business, he started supporting charity events around Austin one bottle at a time, and gave away, by all reasonable standards, a ridiculous amount of vodka.


Free Write Sound & Vision:

Free Write Sound & Vision provides full-service sound reinforcement and production support for all sizes and styles of events. Our expert project managers and technicians work closely with our partners to execute their vision and offer world-class experiences for their audiences.Unlike similar services, Free Write S&V is committed to social justice and employment equity in the arts industry. We hire and train alumni of Free Write Arts & Literacy and other young, primarily African American and Latinx adults with barriers to employment. We then support them as they make their way into an arts industry that is in need of a diverse, young workforce.