Get Up, Get Out: March 13th to March 20th

by: In Our Words Staff


Get Up, Get Out is a weekly calendar of LGBTQueer/live lit/often socially minded/always fun events in The Windy City.  If you of any we missed, please add them in the comments below or e-mail them to us at

Wednesday, March 13th

  • Study Break with DePaul’s DJ Scotty, 9 PM, Scarlet Bar, 3320 N Halsted

Caffeine, booze and DePaul’s DJ Scotty featuring great throwback music and the right amount of new stuff! If you’ve been studying all evening and need a little snack; FREE food from the late night menu at Taverna 750 will be brought in.

  • You’re A Star Karaoke with Honey West, 10 PM, Roscoe’s, 3356 N Halsted

Entertain Boystown in the front bar, and earn the adoration of Honey West.

Thursday, March 14th

  • Dating for Queer Nerds Pi Day Celebration, 7 PM, Will’s Northwoods Inn, 3030 N Racine, $30

Find common denominators with other available folks at this fantastic event to spend your Pi Day the right way.

The Fagbug is coming to DePaul! Stop by from 12 to 6pm for more information on the bug or come for a presentation about the Fagbug at 7:30pm in the Student Center Room 325. A Q&A will follow the presentation.

Friday, March 15th

Open the night with resident DJ Phil DaBeatz. Doors open at 10 pm. Make sure to get there between then and 11 for a LIMITED Early Bird ticket for $10.

Saturday, March 16th

  • Tie & Tassels Presents: Nutty As A Fruitcake, 8 PM, Lizards Liquid Lounge, 3058 W Irving Park

Come one, come all to the Queerest Burlesque and Variety Show in Chicago! This month’s installment is brought to you by Holly Deck, Stella Cheeks w/ Aly Oops, Lucy Wak, Tamale, Rosemary Maybe, Sophia Asphyxia, Bella Canto Queerella Fistalot and host, Shirley Knot.

Sunday, March 17th

  • St. Patrick’s Day

We can’t even begin to list everything that’s happening for St. Patrick’s Day. Just try to have a safe & great time (no, that’s not an oxymoron).

Monday, March 18th

This event was prompted by two major questions: What issues do trans people face in navigating their healthcare? How can the health of the trans community (broadly defined) be improved? Join in for a great discussion!


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