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9th Annual Jeezy’s Juke Joint: A Black Burly-Q Revue
March 23 @ 1:39 pm CDT
VIP – $40
Table Seating – $20
Row Seating – $20 ADV / $25 DOS
Standing Lounge – $15 ADV / $20 DOS
Hailed as “one of the most important shows you’ll see all year” by Quilt Magazine, Jeezy’s Juke Joint is a jumping, jiving, foot-stomping revue that pays homage to Black burlesque and entertainment with a fabulous line-up of award-winning, show-stopping performers. Ranging from classic striptease to drag to comedy and everything in between, this popular yearly extravaganza is sure to leave you on the edge of your seat! Jeezy’s Juke Joint was voted “Best Adult Entertainment 2018” by Chicago Magazine and was featured in season 2 of the Netflix Original series “Easy”.
Hosted by Jeez Loueez (voted the #1 Burlesque Figure in the World) and featuring established and up and coming artists from around the world, each production of Jeezy’s Juke Joint is finely curated into a diverse and rich line-up full of glamour, storytelling, and thought-provoking pieces. Affectionately called the “family reunion of burlesque”, the Juke Joint strives to not only showcase the power and diversity of Black entertainers, but to also bring the beautiful and subversive art of burlesque to audiences of color.
In addition to our usual Friday night romp at The Promontory we are adding a LATE NIGHT SHOW (Doors 10:00pm)! Co-hosted by RedBone and featuring an entirely different line-up of burlesque, striptease, and drag for all you nite owls. Experience a more sensual side of Jeezy’s Juke Joint and dance into the night.
Late show – Hosted by Jeez Loueez & RedBone
Briq House (Seattle)
Qualms Galore (New York)
Renee Ryder (Chicago)
Evangeline Cain (Denver)
Bebe Bardot (D.C.)
Black Girl Magic (St Louis)
Twirlisha Divine (Bloomington)
Gogo dancing by Miss Coral Reefer