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Femifest February 15, 2019 

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Brittany Sowacke
Glad Rags, a Chicago-based orchestral pop band, performs at the fifth annual Femifest.
Brittany Sowacke
The fifth annual Femifest kicked off before a sold-out crowd at Auxiliary Arts on Friday, February 15, 2019.
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MaryAnn of the Chicago-based orchestral pop band Glad Rags
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Zoey Wagner, left, founder of Bad Witch Club and Femifest, chats with MaryAnn, a singer in the band Glad Rags.
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Chicago-based duo Glitter Moneyyy
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Chicago-based duo Glitter Moneyyy
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During Glitter Moneyyy's opening song, Queen Trashley's bra strap broke, and a fan offered up a safety pin for a quick fix.
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Queen Trashley of Chicago-based duo Glitter Moneyyy
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Chicago-based duo Glitter Moneyyy
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Queen Trashley of Glitter Moneyyy jumps into the sold-out crowd at Femifest.
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Femifest attendees dance to Glitter Moneyyy. The fest bills itself as a space "created for the liberation and safety of female, gay, trans, and otherwise marginalized artists and fans."
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Archie Budzar of Drama Moth and Bad Witch Club sings at Femifest.
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Archie Budzar of Drama Moth
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Archie Budzar of Drama Moth and Bad Witch Club
Brittany Sowacke
The fifth annual Femifest kicked off before a sold-out crowd at Auxiliary Arts on Friday, February 15, 2019.
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Brittany Sowacke
Glad Rags, a Chicago-based orchestral pop band, performs at the fifth annual Femifest.

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