Club Quarantine is Instagram’s Biggest …

Club Quarantine is the biggest queer dance party on the internet — and all you need to get in is the Zoom code. Hosted every night from 9 p.m. to midnight EST on Zoom — ‘Club Q’ is helping ease the pain of isolation in this new socially distanced reality by creating a virtual space for people to dance, listen to music, and party – all from the comfort and safety of home.

Started by four club-kids in Toronto — Mingus, Casey MQ, Brad, and Andrés — their goal was to have a virtual get-together and blow off some steam. When they started on March 16th they only had a few dozen followers. Now an average night at Club Q sees 100s of people logging in with deejays and performers from around the world — including celebrity guest appearances like Charli XCX, Kim Petras and Tinashe.

For many queer people, nightlife was a place to go to feel free and express themselves fully. Nightlife was also a place for artists and performers to make a living. Club Q is trying to offer something in between. Something to get dressed up for at night, a space for artists to perform and a way to still peak into each other’s lives at a safe distance.

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