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HER Minneapolis Launch Party


Apr 22, 2017
07:00 PM until 11:45 PM


HER is an app that helps LGBTQ women meet each other – supporting all lesbian, bisexual, queer, trans, gender-fluid, bi-curious, asexual, pansexual and wonderful women of the world – and lives in over 55 countries with over 1.8 million users. In efforts to provide a virtual to personal experience, HER wanted to expand outside the app and provide an opportunity for women to meet and talk to each other — that’s why local HER users can now attend the exclusive Minneapolis launch event at Constantine.

Be part of a fashionable night with craft cocktails and beer by the famous Babetenders of Constantine. Event will also feature swag “HER” pins at entrance with prize incentives, and speakeasy corners with photographers ready to capture your squad or new lady interest sip in style. Come out, make friends (and possibly lovers) and dress up to get down to DJ beats by Dbaz. On top of craft cocktails at the main “Chapel”, there will also be a bar bites menu and cash bar available throughout the night. Limited specials will be available to HER attendees that arrive earlier in the night. 21+

This event is part of Spring 2017 Fashion Week MN (April 21-29). For more information, visit fashionweekmn.com.


$5 early bird, $10 advance, $15 at the door


View map Constantine at Hotel Ivy
1115 2nd Ave S
Minneapolis, MN

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