The Saint At Large presents 
Rites XL: THE BLACK PARTY “Caligula”

New York Expo Center
1110 Oak Point Ave, 
Bronx, NY 10474

Featuring Strange Live Acts
Dress: Heavy
Music: Byrell The Great, Roi Perez & Ryan Smith B2B, Boris (Berlin), Mike Servito, DJ Harvey (click here for DJ bios and sample sets) 

Photo ID Required Age 21+
NO LIQUIDS or CAMERAS (Mandatory cellphone check)

All Tickets must be purchased before doors open on April 6.

$175 Advance before doors open on April 6. Individual tickets available online only and at select ticket outlets (save on service fees).

**AGE 27 and Under: $75 advance tickets now available online. Must arrive at the venue prior to 11:45 pm with government issued photo ID.

**Saint Members (1980-1988): $99 with proof of original Saint membership. Buy in advance before door opens on April 6. We check your membership credential at the door.

**After 9AM Sunday: $60. Ticket must be purchased in advance of doors opening on April 6.

All Proceeds Benefit The Saint Foundation for the preservation of a LGBT nightlife archives.

Option to BUY IN PERSON at these retail outlets (save on service fees)


London Fetish, 84 Christopher Street (between Bleeker & W4 St), New York, NY 10014 tel: (212) 647-9195


Chelsea Exclusive, 222 8th Avenue (between 21/22 St),New York, NY 10011 tel: (646) 964-5444

Eagle NYC Store (Manskins), 554 West 28th Street (between 10/11 Ave) New York, NY 10001 tel: (646) 473-1866


Housing Works- Hell's Kitchen, 732 9th Ave (between 49/50St) New York, NY tel: 646-963-2665


London Bedford, 167 Bedford Avenue #1R, (rear of building on 8th Street) Brooklyn, NY 11211 tel: (718) 388-5230


London- 78-03 Roosevelt Avenue, Jackson Heights, NY 11372


The Saint At Large exists in the space where music, dance and art collide. Since 1980, it has retained its reputation for provocation with cutting-edge, theatrical innovation and staging. It continues to transport its loyal audience with large-scale immersive installations set against the beats of the best DJs from the international underground. Its biggest and most storied event, The Black Party held every Spring in New York City, is considered the father of all large gay circuit events and remains unchallenged as the forbearer in an ever-changing NYC nightlife environment. It’s an unapologetically, sexually-propelled LGBTQ phenomenon with a cult-like following.