DJ Tim Walters performs in the Dance Pavilion, Saturday June 6 at 6:30PM
DJ Tim Walters, a Madison native started DJ’ing back in 1998 at Club 5 in Madison (now FIVE Nightclub) and is currently the resident DJ every Friday night. He also DJ’s in Madison at PLAN B every 1st Saturday as well as Shamrock Bar & Grille the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month. You can hear his club mixes Saturday nights at 11:30pm on 93.1 JAMZ in Madison.
He has DJ’d at many other places such at LaCage Nightclub in Milwaukee, The Office in Rockford, IL and Sotto in Madison, WI as well as Fruitfest, Wisconsin Capital Pride, Woof’s Pride, MGHA Blades for Aids and UW Madison 10% Society Dances.
He recently was named the #1 DJ in Madison 2014-15 by Isthmus readers in Madison.
Tim also had an weekend on-air radio stink on Z-104 and 96.3 in Madison for 2 years as well as being an on-air host and mixshow DJ for ElectricFM.com a internet dance radio station for 5 years.
Tim really enjoys DJ’ing, meeting and interacting with new people and just being able to make people dance and have a great time!
Will 2014 be the year love wins in Wisconsin?
Seventeen U.S. states and the District of Columbia have already legalized same-sex marriage, with constitutional bans being challenged or overturned in additional states everyday. And now, finally, Wisconsin might join the list!
On February 3, the ACLU of Wisconsin filed a federal lawsuit against the same-sex marriage ban in our state, which not only bans marriage equality, but penalizes out-of-state same-sex marriages as a crime punishable by up to nine months in prison and a $10,000 fine. Read the ACLU press release here.
PrideFest Milwaukee believes strongly in achieving marriage equality for all Wisconsin citizens.
That’s why we have selected the ACLU of Wisconsin as the beneficiary of our 2014 Plus One Campaign. Ticketholders will have the option of saying “plus one” at the gates to donate an extra $1 directly to the ACLU.
While $1 may not seem like much, the combined power of the PrideFest Milwaukee community — almost 30,000 annual visitors — can truly make a difference and change our world. We ask that all visitors consider the power of their extra dollars. Additional donations may be made online at the ACLU of Wisconsin website.
BONUS: On April 4, Diamond Nexus; one of the largest online, lab-created engagement jewelers in the country; announced its official sponsorship of PrideFest Milwaukee, and its partnership with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Wisconsin Foundation in support of marriage equality. Diamond Nexus has committed to match donated dollars up to $10,000 to support the state effort. Read the official Diamond Nexus press release.
As a sponsor of PrideFest Milwaukee, Diamond Nexus will also be sponsoring a celebratory commitment ceremony to be held during the June festival for couples, which will honor the eight Wisconsin couples named in the ACLU of Wisconsin Foundation lawsuit. Diamond Nexus is also unveiling its “Love Equally” collection, a unique collection of rings designed for the LGBT community.
What else can you do to support the #FreedomToMarry?
- Follow the ACLU of Wisconsin on Facebook, Twitter and email newsletter.
- Educate yourself, your friends and your family on the legal battle.
- Share updates as they become available, through email and social media.
- Be visible and vocal in supporting marriage equality — online, offline and everywhere!
The ACLU of Wisconsin might invite additional couples to share their personal testimonials in this case. Stay tuned for updates as they become available.
September 2012, Chad joined the cast of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars which pits the best Drag Queens in the business against each other. Needless to say, Chad rose to the top and became the winner of the $100,000 Grand Prize, and was the first person to be inducted into the “Drag Queen Hall of Fame”!