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Join Us at the Hotnuts Open Barn

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Join us at the Hotnuts Farm for total Pride oinkstasy – our barn doors are wide open! AVAN LAVA from NYC are gonna plow through our weed fields and tear up the Hotnuts stage! We saw them at the Stargayzer Festival in Austin last year and immediately knew we had to bring them to Toronto.

Saturday, June 27, 10:30pm to 4am
The Garrison, 1197 Dundas St W. @ Ossignton

Hosted by Mary Messhausen with Buzz Huneedew and Peg
DJs Produzentin, Das Hussy and Jeremy Glenn
$12 limited pre-sale tickets – $15 at door

Sow, get your outfit ready because the best things in life are gluten freaky at Hotnuts Open Barn! Here are some dress up toptions to get the early turd:

* Shitland Pony
* Free-range cluck-buddy
* Bull and Moolinda Gates (The Power Cowple)

* Oven fresh in-bread
* Wigs in a blanket
* Whole weed

* Chia LaBouef (whoreganic)
* Amy Swinehouse
* Heiffer Locklear

* GMOprah
* Crop top
* Tofurkey hole
* Molly had a little lamb

All species and LGBTTIQQ2S are welcome to join the Open Barn multiverse.

About AVAN LAVA
AVAN LAVA have staked their claim as one of New York’s most vibrant pop acts—a kind of natural bridge between late night club culture and kaleidoscopic pop theatricality. In doing so, the trio of Ian Pai (producer/drummer), Le Chev (producer/keyboard/guitar) and TC Milan (vocals) have earned a fervent fanbase and managed to bring their raucous live show to points all over the globe.

The band’s current EP — Make It Real — (released in March via Atlas Chair Records) serves as a euphoric pop blueprint for their increasingly dynamic live show: a communal party experience characterized by nonstop dancing, the occasional blast of confetti, and a profound sense of joy.

Auf’d at Très Fatty Gay

Saturday a week ago, I was part of the opening of Cosima von Bonin’s exhibition “The Fatigue Empire”. I had the honour of kicking people out of the Kunsthaus Bregenz. Sounds like the perfect job for me, right? My friend Doc Nancy was also there and drove the car through the 2nd floor of the Kunsthaus. Drink’n’Drive has never been more fun.

I started throwing people out on the 3rd floor by presenting “You Are Auf’d” postcards, which didn’t go down so well. Most people just wanted to stay. So, I said: “All cute people have to leave and you are very cute. Just look around, who’s left?!”.
And down the stairs they went.

Now you can call it performance. But when is a drag queen not performing? HELLO?!

Check out some pictures below and more after the jump. Even more pictures on flickr.

My dress by Mary Messhausen. Clam hat by Cosima von Bonin.
Manatees-and-nail-polish digital silk print of the dress by Pandy Ramada.

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With Cosima and Einsiedlerkrebs.

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At the Pädagogikraum. Can you spot Doc Nancy?

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