Queermunity 2

Queermunity 2, November 4, 2022 featuring Witch Prophet, Cutsleeve, Gay Jesus, Joce Reyome, Curator & Host, Lucas Silveira

Queermunity 2 / Witch Prophet, cutsleeve, Gay Jesus, Joce Reyome
Curator & Host, Lucas Silveira
Friday, November 4, 2022

The first concert entry in the Tranzac Queermunity series brings together four sets from illuminating, incisive, and invigorating artists. Curator Lucas Silveira hosts the night and will take audiences along for exceptional performances, with each set bringing a contrasting and personal approach to lyricism, song, and/or the stage.

Headlining the night is the celebrated Witch Prophet, who arrives as sonic traveler journeying in time and space, channeling a lush beat-based energy that allows her every vocal flourish to resonate across dimensions. Darlings of the local scene, cutsleeve bring their raucous and rough-hewn sound with its rallying, anthemic stature to shake the night loose. The evening is made all the more joyful by the sensitive and soulful work of singer-songwriter Joce Reyome who opens the concert before the night erupts with the manifestation of the sultry saviour Gay Jesus (Heath V. Salazar), the iconic local drag king who leads us in righteous revelous sacrament.

Venue: Main Hall, Tranzac (292 Brunswick Avenue)
Schedule: Doors 8:00 pm, Show 9:00 pm
Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door
Age: 19+

Masking required, have your mask ready when entering the venue. You can remove your mask while drinking or eating.


Venue Accessibility:

  • Main entrance at street-level with powered doors. Interior doorways (to washrooms and the Main Hall) are not powered
  • Washrooms: The main floor of the Tranzac has two communal washrooms, each containing a wheelchair accessible stall. One washroom contains 3 exposed urinals plus one stall (wheelchair accessible). The other washroom contains 3 stalls (one of which is wheelchair accessible). Please note that the hall leading to the washroom with 3 stalls has two tight corners which can be difficult for larger mobility devices to maneuver through.
  • Parking: there is a Green P parking lot on the Tranzac property which has one accessible parking spot. The next nearest accessible parking spot is in the Green P parking lot on Lippincott south of Bloor.
  • Transit: Tranzac is a short distance between Spadina (Bloor-Danforth & University lines) and Bathurst subway stations.

This project is funded in part by FACTOR, the Government of Canada and Canada’s private radio broadcasters. Ce projet est financé en partie par FACTOR, le gouvernement du Canada et les radiodiffuseurs privés du Canada.

The Queermunity series is made possible through the generous support of the Toronto Arts Council.