Events

3 AUGUST 2019

The first Q-ABC Brunch Event

Saturday, 3rd August 2019, from 11:00 - 14:00
Just before the Amsterdam Canal Pride starts.

Tickets

You can get your tickets here:

The regular Q-ABC brunch ticket is €20 – this includes a welcoming Mimosa (or non-alcoholic drink), two drinks, a lunch dish and a dessert. (Alcoholic drinks have to be paid for separately.)

Q-ABC VIP tickets – just like with a Kickstarter Campaign, the buyer receives awards for buying this special ticket. These tickets help us to fund the brunch event**, the QueerArt Brunch Club is a non-profit event, none of the money goes to the Q-ABC team, but to cover the expenses and the event location Lunchroom Downtown, who has been welcoming and friendly enough to receive us during the busiest time of Amsterdam Canal Pride.

VIP Tickets

There are 9 VIP tickets available:

3 tickets of €100,-
The award is a portrait (illustration) of your choice, extra goodies, an extra Mimosa or another alcoholic beverage of your choosing at the brunch.*

3 tickets of €75,-
The award is a portrait (illustration) of your choice and some extra goodies.*

3 tickets of €50,-
The award is a portrait (illustration) and some goodies.*

* This includes a welcoming Mimosa (or non-alcoholic drink), two drinks, a lunch dish and a dessert. (Alcoholic drinks have to be paid for separately.)
** The VIP tickets also contribute to a ‘pay it forward’, we would also like to invite a few artists who do not have the financial means to normally attend an event like this and make this possible by totally reimbursing their ticket and travel costs.

Event Location

Our Q-ABC Brunch location is at the Lunchroom Downtown
Reguliersdwarsstraat 31, 1017 BJ Amsterdam

“Lunchroom Downtown is located in the oldest existing building of Reguliersdwarsstraat, dating back to 1642. As such, this is a good example of how 17th century Dutch houses with a shop at the front looked like. In 1970, two gay friends, Fokke IJsinga and Frits Blaauw, started an espresso bar here, which became the first openly gay cafe of the city. This makes Downtown also the oldest existing gay establishment of the street.”

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