No More Dysphoria in partnership with local promoter 4333 Collective have organized a two-day music festival at Ukie Club on May 6th and 7th. We’re excited for the killer Philly-area lineup — including emotive indie rockers Petal, Crooks and Nannies, and Hit Like A Girl, the project of No More Dysphoria founder Nicolle Maroulis — almost as much as we are about supporting the cause, which helps trans individuals cover the cost of their transition.
There’s a band on the lineup for every cathartic preference, from belt-out singer-songwriter to ear-drum-drowning sludge. For those inclined toward the heavy, try out Witching, Spring Silver, Songai, and Gre/ay ahead of the festival. Futhermore, No More Dysphoria Festival will make a great excuse for Ukie Club newbies to check out the Callowhill-area DIY venue where 4333 have been successfully hosting shows since last summer.
Get tickets now so this 400 capacity venue sells out — tickets are available at the WXPN Concerts and Events page. You can also donate directly to No More Dysphoria here and read more here.