Euphoria Social | RNB Party


After the unparalleled success of their launch event, Euphoria Social are back, back, back again, this time throwing an RNB rooftop party to raise funds for LGBTIQ+ mental health.

Held on 17 September 2022 at Wolfhound on Brunswick, Euphoria Social’s Launch Party was hosted by the charismatic Brihony Dawson and featured the likes of Ruby Slippers and Spencer Street. And it was one of the most wholesome, uplifting queer events we’ve ever been to, tbh.

If you’ve missed the memo, Euphoria Social are Australia’s first LGBTIQ+ events and party planning brand. As an event planning organisation, they aim to use their events and services to raise awareness and promote inclusivity to break down the stigma and prejudices associated with mental health and the LGBTIQ+ community, while raising money to donate to LGBTIQ+ charities.

Ruby Slippers & Brihony Dawson
Image by @photosbysal

This time, they’ve rounded up a new host of entertainers (like DJs MzRizk, Mrs Wallace, and Duchess Kay; performer Karina Chaves; and guest speakers Jess Trend and The Trans Technician Pharrell Shaymar), and brought onboard a tattooist and a hairdresser for what is set to be yet another incredible event.

On the day, raffle tickets will also be available, the proceeds of which go to charity. And you’ll go into the draw to win a hamper with more prizes than you can count.

The evening is set to be another positive and inclusive one; one that provides the LGBTIQ+ community both with a good time, and the opportunity to support Minus18 and all of the incredible work they do to change the lives of LGBTIQ+ youth in Australia.

Whether you identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and/or asexual, or you’re just a fierce brock-ally, join A Modern Gay’s Guide and Euphoria Social on Saturday 1 October at The Sporting Globe, Richmond for their second event as we do our bit for our community.

Tickets here…Oh, and if you use the code “AMGG” on checkout, you just might nab a sneaky discount xx

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