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QWOC+ Boston is a group that promotes diversity by creating and sustaining safe spaces for LGBT people of color in the Greater Boston area.
Posted By QWOC+ Boston on April 19th, 2012

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JOYA CD Release Party Featuring IYEOKA, MYSTYQUE, and GUTTERMUSICPROJECT to Donate to QWOC WEEK!

Posted By QWOC+ Boston on May 25th, 2009

SOUL CANDY Record Release Party!  
Friday May 29  

@ Club Choices, 381 Somerville Avenue, Somerville MA
Doors at 7:30pm, performances begin at 8PM
10:30pm dj/dancing  
$10, $5 w/purchase of “Soul Candy” CD 

http://www.joyalovesyou.com
http://boston.going.com/soulcandy


SOUL CANDY: Joya’s Record Release Party – A night of heart-shattering, smile-inducing, body-bouncing, flirt-inspiring live music topped off with a splash of current bangin tunes spun by mFp’s own, DJEmpressive. The night will kick off with live performances of songs from Joya’s new album “Soul Candy” along with performances of other artists who appear on Joya’s record: Seige/Gutter Music Project, Mystyque and Iyeoka. After the live music ends, we’ll turn the speakers up and kick it to the sounds of DJ Empressive all night long.  

This is event is PROUDLY supporting QWOC+ Boston’s “Diversity Speaks” campaign, and part of the proceeds will go towards the grassroots organization’s fundraising efforts to put on their 2nd annual multicultural festival in August – QWOC WEEK! 

So come on out and support Joya, Iyeoka, Mystyque, GutterMusicProject, and QWOC+ Boston all at once! What better way to kick off the summer and pride season than dancing and socializing at a friendly, music loving, dance-yer-tail-off-till-ya-sweat, record release party!

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