“An arty-queer-nightlife all-star team consisting of Sarah Jenny and the folks behind Spank and Big Art Group descends upon Brooklyn cultural beacon BAM for this third annual Pride Week extravaganza. The dizzying array of delights on offer includes performances by Will Sheridan, Mizz June, The Feath3r Theory, Turnt Up Trifecta, I Am A Boys Choir and more. In the Hillman Studio, check out readings from Max Steele. Video and art installations can be found throughout the building, and you may even find some karaoke and tarot readings. DJs Sean B, Matty Beats and Deputy keep you moving well into the night, and cabaret star Scott Nevins oversees it all.” – Time Out New York

 

“As you can see by the size of this post, “less is more” has nothing to do with Everybooty. This event covers all four floors of the BAM Fisher Building — from basement to rooftop, its got everything from booze, to art, to readings, to performances. Curated by SPANK,Sarah Jenny, and Big Art Group – they’re not kidding when they say “more-is-more.” The list of performers is so big we don’t even have a cute way to work them into the post: Will Sheridan, Mizz June, The Feath3r Theory, Turnt Up Trifecta (Untitled Queen,Horrorchata & Merrie Cherry with special guest Lady Quesa D’illa), I AM A BOYS CHOIR,Bianca Dagga, BB Heart, The Incredible, Edible Akynos, The Dance Cartel, DJ Sean Be(SPANK), DJ Matty Horrorchata (BE CUTE), DJ Deputy (XANADUDE), and DJ Sveta Spins. It’s a lot. The last three years have sold out so it’s set to be a kickass night. It’s Brooklyn’s take on pride and naturally sounds artsy as fuck. Yas for visual arts!” – Gayletter

 

“The parties are plentiful during Pride Week, but Everybooty at Brooklyn Academy of Music is set to become the arty-queer event of the season.”OUT Magazine

 

“The multi-genre, multi-gender celebration of queer culture, Everybooty returns to the BAM Fisher on Friday, June 26, welcoming all members of the LGBTQ community to celebrate New York City Pride Month. Curated by SPANK, Sarah Jenny (Hey Queen!), and Big Art Group, this radical arts mash-up highlights local artists shaping the future of contemporary art and culture in a one-night-only event featuring musicians, dancers, burlesque, tarot, karaoke, visual artists, drag performers, DJs, and more. This event is 18+ and wheelchair accessible. For full lineup & tickets, see bam.org/everybooty.” – Village Voice 

 

“2011-2012 QAM Fellow Tommy Pico will be reading at BAM’s pride party Everybooty.Curated by Spank, Sarah Jenny and Big Art Group (co-founded by 2012-2014 QAM Mentor Caden Manson), Everybooty returns for it’s fourth year at BAM. The party takes over the entire four-floor Fisher Building (including the rooftop!) for a night that mashes up performance, bands, art, djs, tarot and karaoke.” – Queer/Art/Mentorship

 

“Neighbor Sarah Jenny, who you may know from her Hey Queen! dance parties, is co-curating the fifth annual Everybooty, a multi-genre, multi-gender celebration of queer culture and New York City Pride Month coming to BAM Fisher...Curated by Sarah, SPANK, and Big Art Group, this radical arts mash-up highlights local artists who are shaping the future of contemporary art and culture in a one-night-only event featuring musicians, dancers, visual artists, drag performers, DJs, and more.” – Ditmas Park Corner

 

“Floor to ceiling queer weirdness, with DJs, dancing, tarot reading, performances, and drag queens. What more could you want?” –  The Fader

 

“This is going to be 4 floors of gay revelry, as this full on art immersion event, that is celebrating and closing out Pride Month, takes over all 4 floors of BAM Fisher, including the basement and the roof! And I tell you that the roof is magnifique, since I sometimes grab my lunch, after doing Dick & Dave, and eat it on the BAM Fisher roof, enjoying the view and having a ciggie.” – The Brooklyn Reader

 

“I literally started recording myself freestyling in my apartment seven years ago and then bam! I’m here to slay the big stage!” says queer rapper Will Sheridan. He’ll be turning the crowd out alongside Mizz June, Merrie Cherry, Horrorchata, and others at Spank, Sarah Jenny, and Big Art Group’s annual mega party Everybooty, a full night of art and music at BAM. Sheridan says he couldn’t be more excited to perform at BAM for the first time. “I’m so honored to be a part of Everybooty. When I started, if it wasn’t drag there wasn’t a platform for it. Now more and more queer rappers have surfaced, and I’m proud to be a part of the elite.” – NEXT Magazine

 

“…this party is basically a preview of every Village Voice cover for the next five years.” – Galore Magazine

 

“EVERYBOOTY: NORTH 6TH PRIDE The Hey Queen! and SPANK crews join forces for Everybooty, a singularly Williamsburg-style Pride event. These all-star queer monthly parties are teaming with Public Assembly and promoter Earl Dax to manifest nine solid hours of debauchery. Are rainbow flags part of the hipster wardrobe? Show up to find out”! – GO Magazine

 

“Downtown’s Dekalb Market was the site of “Everybooty” — a rollicking all-day outdoor party celebrating gay pride — on Sunday, the culminating day of Gay Pride Week. Hundreds of partygoers danced under the sun to performers who pulled out all the stops…” The Brooklyn Eagle

 

“Besides having the best name, this party might be the most expansive, taking over the whole of BAM Fisher, from the basement to the rooftop, with installations, DJ sets, and performances by LGBT artists including Murray Hill, Justin Vivian Bond, Earl Dax, and more. ” – New York Magazine

 

“One of Brooklyn’s most iconic Pride Week parties is returning to the Brooklyn Academy of Music again this year with an incredible line-up that speaks to the diversity of the New York City queer community. Called Everybooty, this party is curated through an intersectional effort by a number of other large-scale Brooklyn parties and their promoters: SPANK, HEY QUEEN!, Earl Dax and Big Art Group. One of the most open and accepting Pride celebrations to take place during Pride Week, Everybooty is a radical-mashup of artists whose work is actively producing and shaping the future of our queer culture.” – Huffington Post

 

“Queer Performance to take over the entire four-floor of the BAM Fisher Building (including an incredible rooftop!) for one night that mashes up performance, bands, art, DJs and readings and brings together SPANK, HEY QUEEN!, EARL DAX, and BIG ART GROUP for an over-the-top not-to-be-missed sensation event.” – Contemporary Performance

 

“BAM is celebrating Pride right, throwing an epic multi-arts party at the Fisher Building Friday, June 26. There will be four floors of art, DJs, drag, performance and music. The list of artists goes on and on. This event was sold out for the last three years, so buy your tickets soon.” – amNY

 

“Talk about timeliness: the fourth annual Everybooty night of music, performance, art, karaoke, tarot card readings, drag, DJs, and speaker readings celebrating gay pride is being held tonight at the Brooklyn Academy of Music….” – Fort Greene Focus

 

“For this year’s edition of the Pride Week party Everybooty, Earl Dax, the Spank guys and the folks behind Hey Queen! came together for a sprawling throwdown at Kings County cultural beacon the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Performers included AVAN LAVA and Erin Markey, while the Dirty Looks queer-film curators provided visual stimulation. DJs including Sean B and Kim Ann Foxman kept the cute, hipstery crowd moving well into the night.” – Time Out New York