Harrypalooza fulfills your needs for debauchery and decadence with a blown-out Shit Show at the Patio

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PHOTO BY LIV JONSE
  • Photo by Liv Jonse

With his Shit Show regularly gracing the Patio downtown, Talk Yo Shit organizer Mr. 3 (a.k.a. Fiona Trapple, Black Liz Lemon) seeks to become Orlando’s party visionary and he’s succeeding, likely due to the momentum of the local rapper’s annual Harrypalooza, now in its fifth installment. It used to be a birthday party, but the vibe’s outgrown the need to justify debauchery and decadence with dates and fuzzy memories. Now it happens, ya know, whenever it comes together. Which happens to be this week. Expect heat from Mr. 3, of course, performing with his frequent partner in crime, Saskatchewan’s Chandler Strang. Plus there’s City Tucker, Grant, Ted Massena and Body//Talk’s Vsn Qst to swerve things out a little further. The Talk Yo Shit crowd is known for surprise collaborations springing from the wild-notioned freak-flag crowd it draws, so come ready to be flung into their depraved whimsy. 

HARRYPALOOZA VOL. 5 with Mr. 3 and Saskatchewan, Vsn Qst, Ted Massena, Gruvv, Grant, City Tucker 9 p.m. Thursday, June 25 | The Patio, 14 W. Washington St. | 407-246-1419 | thesocial.org | free-$7


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