Street Festival XXI Celebrating S.L.U.T.S.

Throughout history we queers have been known to celebrate and reclaim the words that the outside world has thrown at us.  This year we are excited to celebrate what we believe S.L.U.T.S to stand for and encourage discussion and discourse to challenge the idea that sex positive is a negative or harmful thing.  Sex, Love, Unity, Trust and Safety are all components of who we are, especially to the Leather, Kink and Fetish communities,  and we want to celebrate that. Call it out! Join us on the 27th Street between 10th and 11th Avenues on June 17, 2018 from 11-6pm.


Stage Show Performers

Bollywood Ken

Corey TuT

Crimson Kitty

Fem Appeal

Jack Barrow

Kareem McJagger

Petra Fried




Will Sheridan

The Imperial Court of NY


DJ Chauncey Dandridge

DJ Lorant


The Notorious OMG

The Notorious OMG has been the Mxtress of Ceremonies for all manner of drag, burlesque, and charity events throughout the Northeast. Based in Philadelphia, they keep heels planted in both the cabaret and leather worlds. When offstage, OMG’s alter ego Rudy Flesher serves the Board of Folsom East, is the Master of Arms for the Philadelphians MC, and Chairs a PAC for Pennsylvania’s first openly gay legislator. She is also the companion human to a rescued pit bull named Sister Patterson Grace.

witti repartee

Witti Repartee is a Queen (NYC Gay Men’s Chorus 2002-2003), an Empress (Imperial Court of New York, 2012-2013) and an Angel (Team Eagle, Cycle for the Cause 2013-current). Since 1997, she has called New York City her home base as a cabaret and burlesque artist, where she has appeared at more than 500 events as a performer, a volunteer or a guest of honor. Currently, she reigns as Queen of the New York Leathermen, sits on the board of directors of Folsom Street East, and is one of the co-founders of Kaleidoscope Collaborations, which has made more than $25,000 in grants since its inception in 2015.

She produces several shows each year for local charities, including her annual “Broads & Bawds Show” in January and her annual 39th Birthday Party every July. She produced and hosted “The Gayest Link” at Hannah’s Lava Lounge and has been a regular performer and guest host at “The Will Clark Show, featuring Porno Bingo.” As a headliner, Witti has performed at Folsom Street East and the DC Pride Festival, and been lauded by gala audiences not only in NYC, but also in Washington DC, Lexington, Kentucky, Anchorage, Alaska, Chicago, Illinois, Hartford, Connecticut and San Francisco, California. As a hostess, she counts the Ninth and Tenth “Bad Boys on the Hudson” cruises, New York’s Leather Pride Night XXX and XXXI, Folsom Street East XVII and XX, North East Puppy and Handler Contests in 2016 and 2017, Halloween at the New York Eagle (2013- present), and countless fundraisers, special events and performances in HIV residences among her accomplishments. She is a favorite judge around town (New York’s Next Top Drag Queen, Mr. Rockbear, Miss Rockbar). In 2015, she was part of a team at the Metropolitan Room in New York City to earn the Guinness Book World Record for “Longest Variety Show.”

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Code of Conduct

The Folsom Street East Street Festival is about freedom and fun, but to keep the fun rolling, we need to ask our vendors, entertainers, volunteers and attendees to follow a few basic ground rules. Expand the below box to check them out

Code of Conduct
  • All participants at the Folsom Street East Street Festival will be respectful of fellow participants, staff vendors, exhibitors, volunteers, performers, and others at all times.
  • All participants will abide by the laws of New York City, including the following:
    • No public sexual activity
    • No complete public nudity
    • No exposure of genitals
  • Alcohol is restricted to designated areas only, to be consumed by adults (21+).
  • Adequate space must be cleared and prior consent must be given by all participants in any demo or “scene.”
  • Even with consent, no demo or “scene” involving blood or other bodily fluids will be permitted.
  • Set your limits – and respect those of others – have fun, and enjoy the day!