Kevin de WitMC
Kevin de Wit is a Brazilian-Dutch queer artist, dancer, and host, currently based in Amsterdam. With 8 years of Lindy Hop experience, he has a deep connection to dance having attended multiple dance festivals, taught at several schools, and educated himself with a variety of partner and solo dances.
In 2018, while exploring the Dutch queer scene, he created a drag persona inspired by his background in jazz, his quest for self acceptance, and the purpose of sharing love with the world: Miss Vanity Love.
Miss Vanity LoveMC
Vanity Love is a character like no other: vain, sassy, glamorous, with a bit of cheek and lots of love to give. Her reputation speaks volumes as she has performed at most queer venues in Amsterdam, Prides in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and Cologne, as well as in Burlesque shows such as the Empress Follies and shows of her own creation. Alongside a performer, Vanity works with queer education, giving workshops at schools and festivals, and was notably featured in award winning documentary, The Drag Manifesto.
Stephan Wuthe is probably one of the most well known Swing DJs in Germany, born and raised in Berlin. Literally living on rag fairs since the age of ten, he has been passionate about Swing music and culture for over 40 years. He tours European Festivals as a Social Dancer (Lindy Hop, Balboa) and DJ from Cannes to Herräng, from London to Budapest...
Let’s keep it short & sweet: I’m here for all your swingin’ pleasure, to make you sweat, put that happy grin on your face and not allowing your feet a rest. If you heard my tunes at my stompin ground in Rotterdam or elsewhere (like Snowball, Lindy Shock, Herräng, Lindy Focus, Cal Bal or Upside Down) you know I’m having all the fun in DJing for any kind of swing dancer. My music tastes are pretty broad (try me!), but tell you what, the 1930s were really exciting!
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