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The Stud Fundraiser w/ The Blessed Madonna

April 6 @ 9:00 pm - April 7 @ 3:00 am PDT

Presented by As You Like It, The Stud, HotBox, Vate, 15Utah, and Oakhella
The Blessed Madonna
David Harness
Nina Sol b2b Charles Hawthorne
Carrie On Disco
Mark O’Brien
Hosted by Nicki Jizz & God’s Lil Princess
The Blessed Madonna along with many of the Bay Area’s prominent nightlife promoters & house music legends are joining forces to support the return of the legendary queer community hub The Stud. Since its inception in 1966, The Stud has been a sanctuary the alternative side of San Francisco’s queer community, and the years since its closure have left a void.
We’re all honored to support its relaunch. You can donate here: https://givebutter.com/Stud2024
A portion of proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to The Stud’s next chapter.
The Stud is set to reopen in April. It will fill two adjoining buildings at 1123-1125 Folsom, in the heart of San Francisco’s Leather District. Stay tuned for more details on The Stud’s Instagram @thestudsf. Until then dance with us.
An overnight sensation two decades in the making, The Blessed Madonna is an artist whose career is woven into the fabric of dance music past, present and future. Whether promoting illegal raves to 50 people in sweaty Kentucky basements as a teenager, headlining the biggest stages and festivals around the world, working alongside house legends like Frankie Knuckles or fearlessly taking on one of the most improbable, ambitious remix projects in recent times with Club Future Nostalgia (her collaborative album with pop icon Dua Lipa), The Blessed Madonna is synonymous with inclusive, unifying, cathartic dance music.
In recent years, The Blessed Madonna has channelled the emotions of millions as the vocalist on Fred again..’s lockdown anthem, “Marea (We Lost Dancing)”, become the voice of Saturday night radio, been immortalised as a GTA5 character and provided remixes for the likes of The Chemical Brothers, Florence & The Machine and, improbably, Elton John. With “Serotonin Moonbeams” she is set to usher in a whole new era. A stop-you-in-your-tracks moment in its own right, it’s also the starting pistol for a run of new releases over the coming months; the first results from a year’s worth of blood, sweat, tears and joy in the studio for 50 hours a week with some of her best friends. There are even rumours of a debut album. Watch this space.


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