No Body Holy was a talent showcase to bring together the local queer community with the broader public; to dance under the sparks of compassion, empathy, and celebrate gender diversity.
Each year we focused on a different theme for our genderqueer party.
In 2016, we created a 1950's sock-hop on Valentines Day where the bathrooms had no gender and you could wear what you please and bring who you please. The event dress code was come as you are.
In 2017, we decided to focus on local acts to create a club night that specifically honored and uplifted Black and POC voices throughout the line-up.
In 2019, we came back as a force to reckon with a fully queer line-up that traversed country, house music, hip hop, and R&B in mini-festival format with a full stage setup including a truss system and uplighting throughout Storke Plaza and on Storke Tower.