Image of the dyke march walking down the street holding a Dyke March Banner
Image of the Seattle Dyke March walking through the street holding the official Dyke March Banner, which reads "Seattle Dyke March, The Tradition Continues! 2019"

2019 Line-Up

Lee Nacozy – Rally MCLee has been performing comedy and MC’ing shows in Seattle since moving here in 2010.  
ACLU – Lisa Nowlin, Staff AttorneyThe ACLU will always be on the side of fairness, equality, freedom, and justice – for all. The ACLU works in the courts, the legislatures, and in our communities to protect and extend basic rights for everyone.
Gay CityGay City promotes wellness in LGBTQ communities by providing health services, connecting people to resources, fostering arts and building community. The Gay City Arts program within Gay City provides a robust season of performances and is entering its sixth season of providing works by and about the queer community.
Northwest NetworkNW Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse works to end violence and abuse by building loving and equitable relationships. The Clothesline Project, on display, breaks through the silence of domestic violence through art.
Chamel SimmonsAmerican Songwriter, producer, actor, artist & entrepreneur.  Chamel is known throughout The Pacific Northwest for her undefeated Freestyle Battle Flow & Mesmerizing performances.
Gender Justice LeagueA Washington State gender and sexuality civil and human rights organization that focuses on elevating civil and human rights for trans and gender diverse people by creating community through advocacy efforts and shared leadership development.
Dyke March Organizers For 26 years the Seattle Dyke March has created space to highlight and honor the experiences, pleasures, activism and identities of queer women and dyke-identified people across the gender spectrum.
Dean the Vampire KingDean’s been doing drag since it was considered heresy in the early 100’s A.D. He’s moved here within the last 22 years to experience Seattle life after years of being a part of the underground vampire drag scene.
Radical WomenA socialist feminist, grassroots activist organization that provides a radical voice within the feminist movement, a feminist voice within the Left, and trains women to be leaders in the movements for social and economic justice.
Stephanie Anne JohnsonAn award-winning Northwest singer and songwriter. Their rich sound has jazz, blues, folk and soul roots.
Diversity Center Seattle, Jean CraciunHelp organizations create diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces. The Diversity Center of Seattle supports organizations ready to build work environments that foster trust, respect and productivity that support both individual and corporate values.
QLaw Foundation, Denise Diskin, Executive DirectorThe QLaw Foundation and its volunteers seek to educate the public and the courts about LGBTQ legal issues and empower community members through informed access to the legal and judicial systems
Dark CastlesTwo queers unite to produce a brooding, atmospheric trap fantasy through their music.  This collaboration was born in turmoil and exists in triumph. 
Pride Foundation, Katie Carter, CEOPride Foundation fuels transformational movements to advance equity and justice for LGBTQ+ people in all communities across the Northwest.
Razor ClamA dreamy blend of 90’s sulk-pop & 80’s make-out music. Buttery instrumentation meets briny beats upon a honeyed tongue, creating the salty-sweet flavor of Razor Clam. Razor Calm is a “queer/femme-centric quintet who fuse new-wave and glam mannerisms with flamboyant songs that reach for the arena rafters.” ~ The Stranger

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