The Weekender: Five events you don’t want to miss in North America
Austin Pride, Soho Rising and a special Fashion for Breakfast, all at our Houses
Friday 19 August 2022 By Soho House
1. Soho Rising: Lous and the Yakuza at Soho House New York
Soho House and Bacardí are proud to welcome Lous and the Yakuza to the Vinyl Room. Lous and the Yakuza is an artist and singer-songwriter who spent her childhood between Congo, Belgium and Rwanda where she studied philosophy, learnt music theory, wrote poetry, and pursued her dream of a career in music. Her hard-hitting, sensitive and committed lyrics make her a true revelation. Doors open at 7.30pm with an expected stage time of 8pm/ 8.30pm.
Book your tickets here.
2. Soho SLAY: a Pride dance party at Soho House Austin
Introducing ‘SLAY’, an event unlike anything you’ve seen at Soho House Austin. Queer inclusive and straight-friendly, enjoy a night of choregraphed dancing, lights, costumes, a DJ set from Dezi 5, and our beloved drag host Kylee O’Hara Fatale. Plus, there’s speciality cocktails from our friends at Bacardí.
To attend the party, click here.
3. Drag Brunch: Miss Moço and The Virgo Queen at Soho House Toronto
Join Miss Moço of Canada’s Drag Race and extra special guest The Virgo Queen for a fun-filled Drag Brunch on the club floor.
Reserve your spot here.
4. Pot Head Paint Club at Soho House Nashville
Meet us in the Sock Room for Pot Head Paint Club, the dopest party in town. Membership manager, Jacy Bruck, hosts a listening party followed by painting your very own flower pots. Supplies and seeds are provided.
Join the waiting list here.
5. Fashion for Breakfast with Shirley Kurata at Soho Warehouse
Los Angeles-based stylist and costumer designer, Shirley Kurata, joins us to discuss her career and body of work. Having recently brought her captivating aesthetic to the sleeper hit Everything Everywhere All At Once, her work has also appeared in TV, advertising campaigns, fashion editorials and on the runway and stage. This includes The Voice, campaigns for Rodarte, Kenzo and Gucci, and in music videos such as ‘Babushka Boi’ by A$AP Rocky and ‘Growing Up’ by The Linda Lindas. This conversation event will be moderated by Oscar®-nominated filmmaker Jessica Sanders, who collaborated with Kurata on her short film, End Of The Line.
To join the waitlist, click here.