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General News / September 19, 2018

‘He.She.They’ are coming to Dublin

General News / September 19, 2018

‘He.She.They’ are coming to Dublin

He.She.They are coming to Dublin. The forward and free thinking vibrant party has impressed crowds all over the world, with an aim of creating a safe clubbing sanctuary deeply rooted in classic dance music. The name implicates the increase in understanding of gender in public realms now and the aim of the party is to take dance music back to its roots and acknowledge where it all began.

A statement from the team earlier this year noted “Can you remember when dance music culture was all about breaking down barriers rather than building them?  We want to create a place without prejudice; where people can be people… expressing their utmost individuality and creativity of their own characters, no matter what their age, race, background or sexual preference may be. It’s as simple as He.She.They.”


The line-up’s just been announced with award-winning Maya Jane Coles headlining the night alongside Wax Wings and Ireland’s beloved Eve Collective. Performances on the night come from a collective like no other, Little Gay Brother, the queer rave inclusive of everyone, “creating a sexy and safe space for LGBTQ+ revellers to party without prejudice” – a place where everyone is welcome to be themselves with pride.



The event is taking place on  October 12 at Opium Club. 


Find out more about the event here.