Intersection 

A new Oakland dance party.

The new Oakland dance party Intersect seeks to center Black, brown, queer, femme, trans, and non-binary DJs and musicians, and isn’t specific to style or genre. The first edition of the monthly event kicks off at the Legionnaire on Saturday and features house and techno sets from Jasmine Infiniti, who got her start in New York City’s ballroom scene and has made huge strides for the inclusivity of trans women in the Bay Area nightlife scene; San Francisco’s Nihar Bhatt; and Oakland’s Russell Butler. Expect an evening of hypnotizing, experimental beats and lots of dancing and sweating. Best of all, the event is free.

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