Liverpool is Burning with this fabulous three-day Vogue extravaganza

Save your sweet moves for this year’s Vogue Ball, a vogue culture extravaganza happening in Liverpool on 19-21 October.

Now in a bigger location, the Vogue festival is set to be an autumn favorite for all vogue aficionados, but newcomers are also welcome. Anyone who has loved Ryan Murphy’s Pose with its outrageous outfits will enjoy the celebration of that 80s subculture.

The Three-Day Bender is a weekend-long hedonistic festival organized by the House of Suarez.

The hottest event is the annual, strictly over 18 ball, taking place on Saturday 20 October. The location for this year’s ball is The Invisible Wind Factory.

Following this year’s theme The Toy Box Ball, voguers will come out to play and receive the blessing of the godmother of the event, Rikki Beadle Blair.

Liverpool is Burning and other vogue events

The Vogue Ball The Se7en Deadly Sins in 2017. | Photo: David Munn

Moreover, partygoers can then continue the fun until the early hours at Liverpool is Burning. This is the Ball official after party straight after the main event. Based on the iconic film Paris is Burning, this fierce night is free for all Vogue Ball ticket holders.

Those who are too young to access the ball can enter the 16-rated Elements of Vogue on Friday 19 October.

The party at The Black-E will see the next generation of voguers show off their moves during the night. Up to 70 new dancers will, in fact, dance alongside professionals.

The documentary and fashion exhibit

Last year’s Vogue Ball. | Photo: David Munn

Kicking off during the festival, a special fashion exhibit featuring a collection of some of the most creative and beautiful costume will inspire new and expert voguers. It forms part of the ongoing Tales from the City exhibition of Liverpool’s historic LGBTI culture.

Closing the festival, House of Suarez will also present the Unlimited House of Krip documentary at FACT cinema on 21 October.

This documentary gives audiences an insight into the trials and tribulations experienced by House of Krip, a group of international deaf artists who took part in their first House of Suarez Ball in 2017.

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Source: Gay News