Jeezy's Juke Joint: A Black Burly-Q Revue, Chicago's all-Black burlesque festival and traveling show, needs your support!
Jeezy's Juke Joint was conceived out of a desire to create a space for Black performers to be seen and celebrated. Thus, they feature the brightest brown-skinned burlesque stars from across the country, in their All-Black burlesque festival and traveling show. In 2017 they were featured on the Netflix Original series "Easy" (Season 2, Episode 7), in 2018 they were voted "Best Adult Entertainment" by Chicago Mag. If that wasn't enough cred, the founder, Jeez Loueez, is voted #1 Burlesque Figure in the World
Now they've launched a GoFundMe to help raise funds for their traveling show and their 9th annual festival & you can help!
Support Jeezy's Juke Joint via their GoFundMe page (https://www.gofundme.com/f/jjj2020) Funds raised will be used for travel funds for 2020 shows & the 9th annual festival in Chicago, including marketing and advertisement, and photography and videographer costs.
Want to attend a show? Their upcoming season includes productions across the USA below, and follow Jeezy's Juke to see more upcoming shows in 2020: https://www.jeezysjukejoint.com/
- January 11th, 2020 - MINNEAPOLIS
- February 28-29th, 2020 - SAN FRANCISCO
- March 26-29th, 2020 - CHICAGO
Support Jeezy's Juke Joint via their GoFundMe page
As you can see the Juke Joint has been busy and we are only going harder! It's been a dream of mine for this show to grow and expand and tour. Each year we continue taking it to the next level and want to focus on spreading the good word of Black burlesque around the country. We want to continue working with impressive newcomers and iconic legends in the making. We want to raise the bar each year offering higher production value, and more VIP and cast incentives. Each production of Jeezy’s Juke Joint is finely curated into a diverse and rich line-up full of glamour, storytelling, and thought-provoking pieces. Affectionately called the "family reunion of burlesque", the Juke Joint strives to not only showcase the power and diversity of Black entertainers, but to also bring the powerful and subversive art of burlesque to audiences of color. - Jeez Loueez, Founder
Support the GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/f/jjj2020