Tickets are still available for this year’s Seattle Women’s Pride. It’s back for year number three on June 18.  The fun starts a full week before Seattle Pride and is held at Q Nightclub at 1426 Broadway in Seattle. Comedian Dana Goldberg, one of Curve Magazine’s “Top Five Funniest Lesbians in America,” performs during the event’s comedy show.

"I can't wait to get back up to Seattle to perform for Seattle Women's Pride! Something amazing always happens with the Seattle crowd, they are irreverent and smart," Goldberg said in a previously released statement. "Usually someone gets me laughing just as hard as I get the audience going. It's going to be another amazing show!"

While the event is not sold out, anyone interested in attending should act soon. “There are a limited number of tickets left for Seattle Women's Pride,” says Sarah Toce, Founder/Promoter, Seattle Women's Pride. “Guests should not wait to purchase at the door.”

Last year, the line to get in was around the block at 6 p.m. More than 500 guests attended the show. "We look forward to another successful year in 2016," Toce said

Seattle Women’s Pride is part comedy show, part dance party, part mixer – and touts that there's something for everyone - gay, lesbian, transgender - everyone is welcome.

“Brooklyn Dicent will open for Dana Goldberg and DJ the remainder of the night. We're thrilled to have her involved!” Toce told SFGN.  “Babeland will walk in a fashion show with some of their products, along with TomboyX.”

In addition, Washington State Supreme Court Justice Mary Yu will be honored with the organization's inaugural Luminary Award.  It will be presented at the third annual Seattle Women's Pride at Q Nightclub. Yu was named "Judge of the Year" in 2014 by the Washington State Association for Justice, Washington State Bar Association, King County Women Lawyers, Asian Bar Association of Washington,and the state chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates.

Seattle Women's Pride 2016 is produced by The Seattle Lesbian and is presented by Eastside Women's Health Center. Toce will receive the National Diversity Council's 2016 Washington LGBT Leadership Award on June 9.  

The 21 plus event is ASL interpreted and ticket reservations are highly encouraged. Tickets are $30 for General Admission or $45 for VIP (which gets guests up close and personal with Dana Goldberg after the show) and are available via Stranger Tickets: