Bitch has had to postpone their performance scheduled for May 5 in the 9th Ward. We are actively working with their team on a rescheduled date and provide an update as soon as possible.
Bitch performs live in The 9th Ward
7pm Doors, 8pm Show
Tickets: General Admission Standing tickets, $15 advance, $17 day of show, can be purchased on Eventbrite.com, or in person at the Babeville Box Office (M-F 11am-5pm).
Please note: This event will be presented in accordance with applicable public health requirements and considerations as of the date of the event; which could include changes to capacity, attendance prerequisites, procedures, and other protective measures per government and venue policies. Currently we require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (two weeks past the second shot) OR proof of a negative PCR test (taken within 48 hours) with matching ID. Rapid Antigen or Home Tests are not accepted. Masks are strongly encouraged.
Bitch makes witchy poet pop. She does it with violins and synthesizers, and the songs she writes are spectral, heartbreaking, political, and beautiful. The longstanding queer music icon has been performing for over 20 years. Bitch first achieved notoriety as one half of the queer folk duo Bitch & Animal. The band went on to tour with Ani DiFranco, whom they met while playing a gig at a pizza shop in Provincetown. In the mid 2000s, Bitch went solo, and shared stages with the Indigo Girls, acted in the John Cameron Mitchell film Shortbus, and licensed some songs to The L Word. Eight years ago, she began to piece together Bitchcraft, her latest record. The resulting album is one that makes you think and makes you dance. It was recorded in LA, Austin, Provincetown, and Boston. Full of violins, synths, and huge vocals, the record is neon pink and in your face. It’s Joni Mitchell set to a click track; it’s queer Cyndi Lauper and will hex you with its brilliance.
“Bitch is a straight-up, real, fearless performer.” – Ani DiFranco
Glide Magazine calls single “Easy Target,” “subtly electrifying.”
“Bitchcraft is poppy and poetic and will put her on the map for new audiences to discover.” – Brooklyn Vegan
Read the LA Weekly feature, “Life’s a Bitch and then you Fly”
Date(s) - 05/05/2022
341 Delaware Avenue