Official Baltimore Trans Pride After Party! – feat. DJ AAVE & mem. Charm City Girls w/ BATTY & DJ Justjuwit

03 Jun | $12 Adv | $16 ATD
8:00 pm | THE PINK ROOM

AAve Blue,  Hazel Dereon, Jesus Vice, Devine, DJ Justjuwit, DJ Aave + BATTY!

Baltimore Celebrates Trans Pride SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd, 2023 !

With a Full Day Parade and Block Party on Charles St. and across all of Station North and Old Goucher neighborhoods, we’re kicking off Pride Month celebrating our trans community with a party to raise funds for Baltimore Safe Haven!

The Crown partners with Baltimore Safe Haven, DJ AAVE Blue & queer artists in our Arts Community to Celebrate and Uplift our TLGBQ family with Dance, Drag & Music all night long!


AAVE BLUE / Hazel Dereon / Jesus Vice 007 / Devine

DJ Justjuwit + DJ Aave Blue


Let’s Party with a Purpose and raise funds for Baltimore Safe Haven!

Cover: Early Birds: $12 / $16 Day of Show


A portion of the proceeds of every ticket goes directly to Baltimore Safe Haven.

Dance starts at 8 PM, Drag Performances at 10 PM!

Doors: 8PM

Live Music Begins at 8:30 PM

Drag Show: 10 PM – 12:30 AM

DJ Justjuwit 12:30 til LATE!

Learn more about Baltimore Safe Haven on their WEBSITE

Learn more & RSVP to the Parade and Block Party on FB

Can’t Make it but want to support? Get Involved or Donate to Baltimore Safe Haven Online!

& follow our performers links to support them digitally!

PS: there’s a pre-pride party too! Learn more Here.

RSVP to TRANS PRIDE on Facebook!


Be ready for the Pride AFTER PARTY with awesome hosts TBA.




Baltimore Safe Haven started in 2018 with a vision of creating a community and a resource that those in the TLGBQ community, particularly black transgender women who were living in survival mode, could rely on. Founder and executive director, Iya Dammons, turned her own lived experience with poverty, violence and sex work into a wellness and outreach operation for those in need. Baltimore Safe Haven became incorporated as a registered 501(c)(3) organization in late 2018, and by the fall of 2018 began operating a drop-in center and mobile outreach operation. Iya was awarded Upcoming Activist of the Year by the Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of LGBTQ Affairs and continues to use her platform to enhance lives daily.%)