First Friday in June: Pride Night at the Heard | Heard Museum
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Detail of Doug Hyde's bronze sculpture Intertribal Greeting showing Native American women from different tribes of the southwest in traditional dress gathered together

First Friday in June: Pride Night at the Heard

We’re kicking off Pride Month at the Heard Museum with our first ever Native Drag Show, hosted by the Indigenous Fire Queen of Phoenix, Pyraddiction. Joining her will be Miss New Mexico Pride 2022, Tomatawk Martini; Mx Titos Pride 2022, Te D. DeMornay; K.Yasss Savage; Ritavon DeMornay; and Felix.

Enjoy free admission to the museum from 4 to 9 p.m., and then join us in our Steele Auditorium for the entertainment beginning at 6 p.m.. Prior to the Drag Show, we will be featuring Native LGBTQ poets reading their works. The Queens will take the runway around 7 pm.

Beverages and bites will be available in the Cantina, and you can browse Books & More for souvenirs. Don’t miss what is sure to be a memorable night at the Heard Museum!


Banner image: Doug Hyde (Ojibwa/Nez Perce/Assiniboin),Intertribal Greeting (Detail), Bronze. Gift of Adrienne and Jerry Kay


Major Sponsor
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona
Sponsor
APS

Event Details

Friday, June 3
4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location:
Heard Museum Campus

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