Tribute to Legendary LGBTQ Dancer, Choreographer, & Voguing Icon Willi Ninja This Friday at The Bronx Museum 

Willi Ninja
Willi Ninja

This Friday, September 2nd, The Bronx Museum will be hosting a tribute commemorating the life of LGBTQ icon Willi Ninja on the tenth anniversary of his passing

The evening will be filled with the presentation of the first ever Willi Ninja Award, video and film montage celebrating his life, a performance by the Legendary House of Ninja, a runway show and more.

The event is part of The Bronx Museum’s First Fridays series in conjunction with the current exhibition that explores HIV/AIDS through the lense of art.

Admission is free and the event runs from 6PM-10PM and the Bronx Museum is located at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street, easily accessible by the B/D trains to 167th Street or the 4 train to 161st and Yankee stadium or 167th and Jerome Avenue

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