Set phasers to "stunning"

The Mother City Queer Project presents Space Cowboys

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The Mother City Queer Project, best known as MCQP, is, once again, set to mince its way onto a list of Cape Town’s festive season calendar highlights. Scheduled for Saturday, 14 December 2013 at the Cape Town Stadium in Green Point, the massive and always memorable (depending on how hard you hit it) party is touted as the biggest African lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) event of the year, and this time around, the legendary jol - it's celebrating its 20th anniversary - is bound to be bigger, better and even queerer.

The 2013 MCQP theme is ‘Space Cowboys’, a motif that pays homage to the wild, wild west’s rough and ready, laser gun-slinging frontiersmen and women, space cadets, aliens and UFOs. As always, party-goers are not only encouraged, but required (no costume, no entrance) to dress-up and arrive bedecked in appropriate attire.

What to expect at the 2013 MCQP

As one of Cape Town’s most anticipated events of the summer and a mainstay in even the minds of the breeder (heterosexual) population, the celebration includes a line-up that caters to everyone’s tastes.

For one, MCQP 2013 will feature seven spectacular dance floors, each with its own unique out-of-this-world charm. Not to mention, each year the dress-up do features a number of world-class queer performers: we’re thinking extraterrestrial drag queens and supersonic cabarets.

Tickets to the 2013 MCQP Party costs are as follows:

General access - R320p/p

VIP access - R480p/p


For more information or to book, contact tickets@mcqp.co.za or call Guy on +27 (0) 72 217 2217.

General access tickets get party-goers into the jol for a night of intergalactic, gun-slinging fun while the VIP tickets offer divas priority parking, access to the massage area and entrance to an exclusive lounge and bar area. The VIP section offers complimentary drinks, chilled out tunes and special treats.




Source:
 http://www.capetownmagazine.com/mcqp

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