sksksks is a safe space for queer and trans folk, especially those of color. We do not tolerate racism, sexism, queerphobia, transphobia, or any other prejudiced behavior in this space. Any such behavior will result in removal from the venue. We value consent between individuals, and any unwanted touching, photography, or filming of performers or attendees will not be tolerated. All allies are welcome but we ask that they adhere to the same community guidelines and help keep queer and trans folk safe. If you have any issues, please contact an organizer or venue staff. We reserve the right to remove any person(s) should they violate any one of these community guidelines.
Proof of vaccination will be required at the door.
Mask-wearing is encouraged for those who feel comfortable wearing them. We will provide face masks at the bar and hand sanitizers throughout the venue. If you are feeling unwell, please stay home! We encourage all partygoers to get tested before and after attending any mid to large size indoor gathering. If you do test positive before the event, get in touch with us and we will help facilitate your choice of either a refund or transfer of ticket.
Hearing protection is recommended when around loud music and environmental noise that consistently exceeds the danger zone of 80 decibels. For your protection, foam earplugs will be provided at the bar.
Some lighting at this event may be disruptive to people who are sensitive to light. There may be some flashing lights and lasers at this event. Please proceed with caution if you are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.
For accessibility purposes, there will be a light next to the DJ booth that pulses to the beat of the music at all times. We will also have laminated cards at the bar that people can use as a tool when ordering drinks.
Given the recent spread of fentanyl-laced drugs, every security member and organizer at sksksks will be supplied with Naloxone to be administered as needed. We will also be providing fentanyl test strips at the bar for anyone who needs them.