Sun Bloom Festival
The sun shines up and its golden rays shine on the land as the landscape meets the rising sun like a proud child meets its parents. Its bright light reveals the many textures and cracks in its body, exposing all that was hidden in the darkness. It reveals a variety of yellows, ambers, biscuites and scents of truth as the warmth slowly erases the morning dew from your eyes. The terrain erupts in shouts of jubilation as the heat thaws away all the scars and dirt, burning through to free you of all that was invisible. A luminous revelation that lets the healing begin. The time has come to come alive and let the sun shine.
House of Living Colors and c1 collective present: The Sun Bloom Festival, an evening of panel discussions, live concerts, stunning drag and performance acts and a DJ line-up no hipster can resist. Curated by the House of Living Colors, Berlin's first and only BIPOC-focused (Black-Indigenous-People of Colour) drag and performance collective and awarded for the second time by Tag der Club Kultur, the eclectic house once again makes history with mic-dropping, critical thinking, out-of-this-world performance acts and BIPOC musical excellence, hosted by the legendary SO36.
Join us for an evening of healing, joy, happiness and entertainment as a last exhale before winter.
XA Psyborg, Blazeyy, Jordan Chanetsa, AKA Kelzz, Lola Rose, Brown Sugar Biscuit, Selma Bodie, BLACKPEARL, Jota and House of Brownies!
With DJ sets von: Bad Puppy, Kursiv, Auco, Aries Hand Model and c1 collective
TYPE OF EVENT:
Panels, Live Performances, Drag, Concerts, DJ Sets
5pm - 4am
House of living Colors
HOUSE OF LIVING COLORS is an open drag and performance collective specifically for queer and trans Black and People of Color (QTBIPoC), founded after several experiences of exclusion from the mainstream queer community. Since its founding in 2018, it has already hosted several club and show nights in Berlin.
The collective is made up of people from diverse backgrounds, many of whom come from countries where being openly LGBTQ+ is politically dangerous and can lead to both imprisonment or death, to profess one's identity there. 80% of the members of the house identify as trans or non-binary, leading to the collective's intersectional stance and practice.