Check into the SLOMOTEL and indulge your Alter Ego as we torch 2017 and enter a queer New Year together. Take the elevator to the top floor of the Ace Hotel to Waydown for a neon tinged night of dark decadence, featuring the iconic sensual sounds of Slo ‘Mo. With special guest King Marie joining Audio Jack on the decks, and host Queen Kaza reigning over court, this party at the Ace Hotel is destined to be a winning hand.
Queer people have always been on the fringes - unapologetically nonconforming, shapeshifting, and resilient in times of darkness. You are made of multitudes: Embrace all you desire to be in 2018.
Slo ‘Mo fam have an exclusive, private, presale window Friday, December 1st at noon until Friday, December 8th; at that time the party will then be promoted to the public. Use SLOMOFAM at checkout for $20 off tickets throughout the on sale period at all ticket levels. We strongly encourage you to purchase early: The Slo ‘Mo Early Bird tickets at $70 (with code) will sell out quickly and increase over time.
Ticket purchases give you access to special complimentary New Year’s bar menu & bites. The bar is open all night and includes:
-Special cocktail menu for the SLOMOTEL
-Call (basic mixers) & classic cocktails (martinis & manhattans) with all spirits: Whiskey, rum, vodka, tequila gin
-Beer & wine selections
After the party there’s the hotel room party: Visit acehotel.com/slomofam to book your stay at a special deeply discounted rate of $219 for Slo ‘Mo fam only.
Slo ‘Mo is Chicago’s party for lovers, celebrating queer community and slow jams for over six years with producer Kristen Kaza & resident DJ Audio Jack. The SLOMOTEL returns for its second iteration, following its glamorous debut at the Chicago Athletic Hotel NYE 16 and this year materializing as sexier, seedier, darker at the Ace Hotel. The event features a majority of women in front of and behind the scenes, working to ensure your safety and comfort so you may live out your wildest dreams without questioning or concern. The Ace Hotel is a wheelchair accessible building and Waydown’s restrooms will welcome all genders. We expect that everyone who enters the space respects each other’s self expression and personal space. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Photo credits: Alexa Viscius