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Cuff Pride Block Party 2019
June 29 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 am
One event on June 30, 2019 at 12:00pm
Get ready for Cuff Seattle’s 2019 Pride Block Party featuring incredible talent from American Idol, The Voice, award-winning singers and DJs and more! Wristbands are available in advance for the first time ever – stop in and buy at Cuff for Saturday, Sunday, or a combined weekend wristband beginning the Friday of Pride week (6/28).
🌈🎶 SATURDAY 🎶🌈
Steve Grand became an overnight internet celebrity when the music video of his first hit “All-American Boy” went viral on YouTube. Buzzfeed ranked the video on its list of the “24 Most Brilliant Music Videos from 2013”, and Out magazine named Grand to its annual “Out100” list of the year’s most compelling LGBT people. In addition to being a musician, Grand has become an active figure in the LGBT equality movement.
Tony Moran is a DJ, record producer, remixer, singer and songwriter known for remixing popular songs. In 2007, he hit number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart twice with “Walk Away” featuring Kristine W and “Keep Your Body Working” featuring Martha Wash. Moran also has a total of seven number one hits on the Billboard Dance Club Songs music charts in the United States and he has recently had four number one Billboard chart hits in the years 2016 and 2017.
David Hernandez gained national attention with his powerful voice and affable personality as an American Idol finalist. In addition to American Idol, David has showcased his talents on The Ellen Show, The Today Show, MTV’s TRL, EXTRA, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, Teen Choice Awards, TV Guide’s Sexiest Stars 2008, Idol Tonight, Idol Gives Back and FOX-TV.
🌈🎶 SUNDAY 🎶🌈
Ada Vox made history as the first Drag Queen to make it all the way to American Idol’s 2018 Top 8 finalists! Her appearance marks a first for ‘Idol’. People still talk about her performance of “House of the Rising Sun” as the stand-out audition of the season.
Thelma Houston is a Grammy award-winning disco, soul and R&B singer who scored a number-one hit with “Don’t Leave Me This Way”.
Thea Austin fits many categories: sultry diva, powerful vocalist, producer, lyricist, stunning beauty and international performer – and you know her from the Eurodance group SNAP!. The “Rhythm Is A Dancer” singer has had numerous chart hits around the world including over 10 in the Billboard Top 100 Pop and Dance Charts.
OneUp is made up of Adam Bastien and Jerome Bell, both of New York. They auditioned on The Voice with The Spinners’ “Could It Be We’re Falling in Love”. Both guys showed off nice range and vocals and, about a minute into the performance, Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson turned almost simultaneously. Kelly applauded Adam and Jerome for showing Voice fans that love comes in all forms and can happen anywhere.
🌈🎶 Both days hosted by: 🎶🌈
Vicky Vox is known for being one third of DWV, the drag music group with Detox and Willam, which spawned the viral “Boy is a Bottom” video. She’s a live drag vocalist who also appeared in Magic Mike XXL and programs like Hey Qween.
🌈🎶 Your Pride Weekend DJs! 🎶🌈
Dirty Kurty | Sean O’Grady | Bret Law | Disco Vinnie | Dana Dub | Tommy K | Matt Stands | Stacey Cooks