Party Noire Turns 3!


It’s a celebration, family. Happy Anniversary! This Labor Day, Monday, September 3rd, we’ll celebrate THREE years of community, Black joy + Chicago’s best dance party with the last day party of our summer season. For the last three years, we’ve prioritized creating a safe haven to celebrate Black joy. We’ve danced + turned up in the spirit of affirming all Black people, especially our Black femmes, womyn,  queer, trans + genderqueer and gender non-conforming family. Our year three highlights include: exploring sexual health, pleasure + desire with Prep4Love collaborations, hosting OSHUN for our second NYE party, curating the first Divine Feminine dinner, establishing the Femme Noire Grant + awarding $1000 to 2 deserving community members, launching the We Bikin’ QTPOC Bike Riding Series with #2wheelgods, activating dance parties in New York + Miami, + producing our first large-scale outdoor event A.K.A. Power House. We are proud of US! This is a celebration of resilience and the will to thrive + create the spaces we want to see in the world. We toast these moments + our vibrant community who continue to hold us + each other down. Our co-founder + DJ Rae Chardonnay will be delivering sounds for the momentous occasion. Guest DJs to be announced soon! As always, party tricks, + twists await. Grab $10 early bird tickets while you can.

About Party Noire: The #‎PartyNoire community is an inclusive cultural hub celebrating Black femmes, QWOC, + Black womynhood along the gender spectrum + holds space especially for queer, trans + genderqueer and gender non-conforming Black people. We create experiences + intentional space for uplifting + affirming the lives of Black womyn. 

When in this intersectional orbit of #BlackJoy, our space, love, uplift and make SPACE for ALL Black Joy. Co-Founders Nick and Rae are divinely connected in their mission to affirm, uplift and celebrate Black womanhood along the gender spectrum. Welcome, home.

*No Black/QWOC femmes or womyn turned away due to lack of funds. Email us: 

The Promontory is fully ADA accessible. Please call ahead of time or send an e-mail to to make accommodations.

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