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Nightshots: Fresh

Nightshots: Fresh

Fresh: A Drag Show For New Talent, has been happening semi regularly at the 18th & Union arts space for around a year now, and is still the show in Seattle offering non-competitive, paid spots for a wide variety of new performers in an all-ages space.

Nightshots: Pink Party X

Nightshots: Pink Party X

Ten years in the making, Pink Party X, presented by ArenaNet and brought to you by Queerspace Magazine and Queer Geek! Seattle was one for the record books and definitely the queer event to be at during 2018’s PAX West. With so many games, so much dancing, and such great cosplay, it’s gonna be hard to top! Good thing we’ve got another year to figure out how.

Nightshots: Laugh Back

Nightshots: Laugh Back

Laugh Back was a hilarious comedy event, curated by Clara Pluton, comprised exclusively of comedians who are immigrants or children of immigrants, to take back the narrative of the immigrant experience and raise money for the NWDC Resistance, a grassroots undocumented led movement that works to end the detention of immigrants and stop all deportations.

Nightshots: The Lost Queens

Nightshots: The Lost Queens

If you missed a chance to catch this gloriously absurd and hilariously endearing The Lost Queens from SailorHank Productions live onstage, these pics only begin to tell the story. Photos by Robert Roth.

Nightshots: Family Meal with the Kipples

Nightshots: Family Meal with the Kipples

Family Meal with the Kipples welcomed some amazing performers to the Kremwerk stage this past July, including Kyte Mika, Castor Pollux, Sugar Darling, One Million Moths, and Ursula Major! Photos by Robert Roth/Queerspace Magazine

Nightshots: What The El!

Nightshots: What The El!

Featuring a stage full of some of the finest queer entertainers in Seattle, Jetspace Magazine contributors gathered to support one of their own, queer comic and new parent El Sanchez, at a joyous benefit filled with music and laughter.

Nightshots: Qomix Queer Comicon Party

Nightshots: Qomix Queer Comicon Party

It was the cutest and queerest kickoff to Emerald City Comicon, with the hot music, hotter dancing, and all of the amazing cosplay. Special thanks to Northwest Press, Oni Press, Image Comics, and Emerald City Comicon for all the Cosplay Contest loot. We can’t wait until next year!

Would A Queer/Bar By Any Other Name Smell As Sweet?

Would A Queer/Bar By Any Other Name Smell As Sweet?

According to their initial announcement, Queer/Bar is meant to be “an inclusive gathering space for the LGBTQIA community and strives to have a team, ownership, and clientele reflect the diversity of the city.” Given that Seattle is mostly white, mostly cisgender, and mostly well to do, then so far it’s been mission accomplished.

GeekGirlCon 2017

GeekGirlCon 2017

Another year of GeekGirlCon has come and gone. Despite some of the troubles recently faced by the organizing team, including the last-minute departure of the group’s Executive Director, it seemed to be another resounding success.

Nightshots: Pink Party Prime 9

Nightshots: Pink Party Prime 9

Another year, another PAX, and the biggest and best queer geek party keeps on going strong. More than 500 people gamed, drank, danced, and showed off their best cosplay in the 9th annual Pink Party Prime.

Prideshots: 2017 Latinx Pride

Prideshots: 2017 Latinx Pride

Last weekend saw Seattle’s first ever Latinx Pride celebration, held at El Centro de la Raza on Beacon Hill. The day featured entertainment, dance music, food vendors, and community resources, and Jetspace Magazine was there to capture some of the magic.

Prideshots: Solomon Georgio and QTPOC Is Not A Rapper

Prideshots: Solomon Georgio and QTPOC Is Not A Rapper

QTPOC Is Not A Rapper, Seattle’s monthly comedy open-mic for queer and trans people of color, welcomed the fabulous Solomon Georgio to Chop Suey for their first ever Pride comedy show. Also appearing with Solomon were the hilarious QTPOC Is Not A Rapper regulars Nick Sahoyah, Val Nigro, and Monisa Brown along with the amazing Finn Cottom.