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Sweet Tooth Hotel, Dallas’ original interactive art museum, is hosting the most divalicious Pride party on Saturday, June 29. Sweet Tooth’s Calirosa Cocktail Lounge will be home to Divas Bingo, an electrifying music bingo party with a fabulous twist! Hosted by Headtilt and a surprise DFW Drag Diva who will be making a special appearance, the party will bring all the lewks, talent, and pride realness you could wish for.

Revelers will enjoy four rounds of music bingo featuring the world’s biggest and best music divas that will have you singing along and dancing in your seat. Prizes, including fabulous goodies and exclusive experiences, will be awarded from Sweet Tooth Hotel and event partners Punch Bowl Social, MAC Cosmetics, Coco Andre, and more.

Win or lose, everyone will enjoy Sweet Tooth Hotel’s Pride Cocktails created with Cupcake Prosecco, specially crafted to celebrate love and diversity. A percentage of sales of the Pride Cocktails benefit PFLAG National.

Divas Music Bingo will be Saturday, June 29 from 8 – 10:30 p.m. Tickets for Divas Bingo are $15, or $20 with added access to the entire Dreamland art exhibit. Advance ticket purchases are recommended and can be made here:



What: Divas Bingo at Sweet Tooth Hotel

Where: Sweet Tooth Hotel, 1511 Elm St. #100, Dallas

When: 8 to 10:30 p.m. Saturday, June 29

Tickets: $15 admission/$20 with discounted admission to entire Dreamland art exhibit

Info: Divas Bingo at Sweet Tooth Hotel



Sweet Tooth Hotel brings together work by some of the most innovative local and national artists, a curated selection of products and art to purchase in their gift shop, and a specialty bar featuring whimsical craft cocktails. Sweet Tooth Hotel currently has a 6,000 sq. ft. flagship at 1511 Elm Street, in the heart of Downtown Dallas. Created by husband and wife, Cole and Jencey Keeton, the first installation of Sweet Tooth Hotel, in 2018, delivered five sugar-themed rooms based on popular treats. Ongoing chapters of Sweet Tooth Hotel will reveal new themes and concepts for guests to explore yearly in their permanent gallery space downtown.