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Atrium scene during MIX

Photo courtesy of Gabe Pollack

MIX: All Out

Friday, June 7, 2024, 6:00–10:00 p.m.
Location:  ATRM Atrium
Ames Family Atrium
All Galleries Open
Paid ticket required. Free for members. Additional discounts may apply.

About The Event

MIX is a 21+ event.

Art, music, cocktails: something different every month.

MIX: All Out

Join us on June 7 at MIX: All Out for a Pride Month extravaganza complete with light displays, dancing, and drag. Combining club, house, and techno elements, DJ Navy Jayde crafts a dance set lasting all evening. Cleveland’s own multifaceted powerhouse, Dakota Cox, spices up the night with a drag performance infused with female impersonation to pay homage to the Black women who have inspired her. Themed food and drink items, including cocktails, beer, and wine, are available to purchase from Bon Appétit. Guests are also invited to view artworks by LGBTQ+ artists as well as the museum’s special exhibitions Africa & Byzantium and Korean Couture: Generations of Revolution.

The entertainment schedule for the evening is as follows:

6:00 p.m.: DJ Navy Jayde

7:30 p.m.: Dakota Cox

8:00 p.m.: DJ Navy Jayde

More about the performers is as follows:

Navy Jayde is a dynamic DJ from Cleveland, Ohio, renowned for her captivating performances and versatile musical style. In addition to her current residency at Cocktails Cleveland, Navy Jayde has performed intimate underground parties to high-energy club sets and top area venues. As a former owner and venue director of BLK Punx Press, a DIY space in Cleveland, Navy Jayde provides a platform for POC queer artists and to amplify the voices of underrepresented musicians. Through her monthly event *TUB CLUB, Navy Jayde showcases talented POC queer DJs, ensuring that diversity and inclusion remain at the forefront of the music industry.

Dakota Cox is known as the Black Amazonian Goddess of the Midwest. She’s a sultry and out-of-the-box performer with many tricks up her sleeves. Going into her eighth year as a drag queen in Cleveland, her mission is to inspire the uninspired. Dakota Cox performs regularly at Studio West 117, Brew Babes, and numerous drag brunch events in Ohio and beyond. 

Disclaimer: No full-face masks, heavy face paint, glitter, weapon-like props, or excessively oversize costumes are permitted. All outfits are subject to security screening. The Cleveland Museum of Art may refuse entry to any visitor whose attire does not comply with these requirements.

Ticket Prices

Additional discounts may apply. Member benefits vary depending on level.


Normal member/nonmember rates apply.

Prepaid parking is not available on this date. All parking is paid on arrival.

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