Home for the holidays
As part of the “Drag for all Flavors” campaign, we partnered with SAGE, a national advocacy organization dedicated to LGBTQ+ elders, and brought along NYC drag icons and director Austin Nunes to create a larger-than-life take on the traditional holiday advent calendar. Starting December 7th, one featured drag king or queen posted a behind-the-scenes teaser shot leading up to the debut of a music video for Nikki Era and Mikey Pop’s holiday single, “I Hope I See You This Christmas,” created exclusively for bubly to stream on major music streaming platforms.
Meet the talent
Drag for All Flavors
Continuing a Legacy
“bubly Out at Night” is a continuation of our support of the LGBTQ+ community in NYC. In addition to the local content created for the campaign, we donated $15,000 to support Henrietta Hudson in the West Village, a historic mainstay of the city’s nightlife and one of the only 15 remaining lesbian bars in the country. “In supporting Henrietta Hudson, bubly is supporting not just a space for the LGBTQ+ community to safely gather but it also allows us to stand as a pillar of queer endurance,” said owner Lisa Cannistraci.
WATCH THE ICONS OF A COMMUNITY RETURN TO WHERE THEY SHINE
SAGE is pleased to be partnering with bubly this holiday season to help brighten what can often be a dark time for LGBT elders.
— Michael Adams, CEO, SAGE