One Night in Bartschland: Avant-garde pop-up party to benefit ICA, One Fund Boston

Revere Hotel is putting on “One Night in Bartschland: A Party & Pop-up Concert”  Saturday night to raise money for the One Fund and the ICA. PHOTO: BARTSH/MARCO OVANDO
Revere Hotel is putting on “One Night in Bartschland: A Party & Pop-up Concert” Saturday night to raise money for the One Fund and the ICA. PHOTO: BARTSH/MARCO OVANDO

Gender-bending performance art will bring some feisty New York City fashion to the Revere Hotel this weekend.

“One Night in Bartschland: A Party & Pop-up Concert” with nightlife figure Susanne Bartsch, will happen at 9 p.m. Saturday at the Revere Hotel’s Space 57.

The event will raise money for the Institute of Contemporary Art as well as One Fund Boston, and celebrate the hotel’s one-year anniversary.

Revere Hotel Spokesman Bryan Barbieri describes the pop-up party as “an over-the-top spectacle featuring wild fashions worn by colorful characters and a cast of New York nightlife socialites and performance artists.”

Bartsch has staged over-the-top and avant-garde extravaganzas in cities from New York to Toyko for the past four decades, and currently holds court at Marquee NYC, along with the Soho Grand Hotel and the Standard Hotel.

Tickets are available at bartschland.eventbrite.com.

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