Sat 1 Feb 2020

PBS 106.7FM is proud to present the latest addition to their A-Go-Go events with the introduction of Queer-A-Go-Go - an all-inclusive dance, disco, soul  and hip hop night for everyone who likes to get down and party! 

Join DJs MzRizk (Boogie Beat Suite), DJ Pjenne (Passing Notes), Em Gay, Bangerz N Mash, Jake Judd and Hip Hop Hoe on Saturday February 1 at the recently renovated Common Rooms (formerly known as the Bella Union).

Tickets are $10 for PBS members and $15 for future members. Tickets available on the door only. 

Queer A Go Go is part of the 2020 Midsumma Festival program. Midsumma is australia's premier queer arts and cultural festival, bringing together a diverse mix of LGBTQIA+ artists, performers, communities and audiences.

PBS are proud supporters and allies to the LGBTQIA+ communities and strive to provide safe, inclusive and supportive spaces for all music lovers. PBS are excited to premiere their first event as part of Midsumma Festival, which will surely not be the last. 

About the DJs:

MzRizk is renowned for her ongoing contributions to Melbourne's rich cultural and music landscape. Known as one of the busiest DJs in Melbourne, MzRizk has supported such acts as Remi and Hiatus Kaiyote; as well as international artists Badbadnotgood, Mos Def, Public Enemy and more.

Pjenne (Penny O'Brien) is a familiar name in the Melbourne dance community. Through her imaginative club sets and weekly show on PBSFM, she has established herself as a critical fixture in the local scene.

Em Gay is a regular guest presenter at PBS, filling in across a number of shows and genre. They love making music that gets the crowd dancing and puts smiles on faces. They have a passion for spinning tracks by local and international queer & trans artists, especially those who refuse to conform to the binary notions of gender and genre.  

Bangerz N Mash will deliver you tasty jams with a touch of parental rock. Curating dance floors at Laneway Festival, The Laird and Tomboy, her pheromones make the pharaohs moan. 

Hip Hop Hoe is on high rotation in the Sydney and Melbourne queer club scenes. Although her first love is hip-hop, expect the unexpected as she spans genres, decades, moods and sounds in one giant leg spread. 

Jake Judd hasn’t been without a gig since he started in the early 2000’s. Starting off as a duo with friend and partner in crime Nikki, they released a series of mixtapes, which were met with critical acclaim in the local dance community. A true chameleon of dance music, he plays anything from obscure electronic music (that you didn’t know existed) to 4 to the floor gay disco (that you can’t live without).


We acknowledge that this event takes place on stolen land where sovereignty was never ceded and treaty has not been made. We pay our respects to the Woi Wurrung/ Wurundjeri & Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, and their elders past, present and emerging.

Common Rooms is a wheelchair accessible venue.