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Celebrate the end of Pride Month with Good + Plenty!

 

Join us for a night full of QUEER JOY, TRIVIA + MUSIC BINGO 

highlighting our favourite QUEER artists from MB & Canada!

 

Mark your calendars and prepare for an unforgettable evening of Music Bingo, featuring tracks from our favourite queer artists across Manitoba and Canada. Not only will you enjoy a night filled with fantastic music & celebrating our queer community, but you also stand a chance to win amazing prizes like merch, gift packs, and gift certificates from local artists, Winnipeg organizations, and queer-owned Winnipeg businesses.

Stay Tuned for Artist and Prize Announcements!

Follow us on FacebookInstagram to keep up with the latest updates on the artists and prizes!

TICKETS are available online in advance as Pay-What-You-Can (min. $5 + fees) 

and $10 at the door


**Proceeds from this event directly support Good + Plenty's programming, workshops, and future events.**

As a non-profit organization powered by volunteer organizers, grants, and donations from supporters like you,

we are dedicated to making our programming and workshops accessible to all. Your support means the world to us!

THANK YOU to our sponsors - Manitoba Pride Alliance, Songsmiths, and Kilter Brewing Co.

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FAQ's

What is Music Bingo & How Do I Play?

​Music Bingo is a fun twist on the traditional game. Instead of letters and numbers, our DJ plays 10-15 second snippets of songs by local or Canadian queer artists. When you hear an artist that's on your card, mark your square with a bingo chip. The DJ will reveal the artist, so you can double-check your card. The first player to get five chips in a row and shout "BINGO!" wins!

 

I'm Under 18, What Can I Expect?

Kilter Brewing Co. is an all-ages venue, so bring an adult if you're under 18.

Kilter offers a variety of non-alcoholic beverages like Wolseley Kombucha, soft drinks, sparkling water, coffee and non alcoholic beer and seltzer options.

You can find out more about Kilter Brewing Co. HERE

How Do I Get to Kilter?

Public Transit: Winnipeg Transit Routes #10 and #56 run along Des Meurons, with bus stops about a 5 minute walk from Kilter on Rue Deschambault.

Parking: There is also a small parking lot in front of Kilter, additional parking can be found behind the building (across the street parking lot is not available), and along Rue Deschambault (shown below). We encourage carpooling with your friends!

Good + Plenty encourages responsible & safe drinking - if you'll be drinking, we encourage having a designated driver, using public transportation, or using cabs or ride apps to get to and from the event.

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PAST EVENTS

Many thanks to Keeley Braunstein-Black and Veronica Blackhawk for capturing these memories!

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