3911 Cedar Springs Road
Dallas, TX 75219
Purple Foundation is serving up a fall edition of its quarterly Spin party like no other. From the dance floor to the Rose Room, Station 4 (S4) will be alive with a special energy that only Purple Foundation can provide. Join us on October 9 as we present one of the country’s hottest DJs, DJ GRIND with an opening set by Dallas’s own DJ Prince P—but that’s not all! Come on up to the Rose Room for an unforgettable performance by the outrageously entertaining Morgan McMichaels from the second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race and on RuPaul Drag U.
Station 4 is the perfect setting for GRIND’s big-room sound of vocal house, with a thundering sound system and state-of-the-art lighting experience in this 24,000-square-foot mega-club. In addition to its sweeping dance floor, Station 4 features a large patio and world-class drag entertainers in its famous Rose Room. Discounted tickets are available online with proceeds benefiting local HIV/AIDS and LGBT organizations.
Over the years, Purple Foundation has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars that make a difference in the lives of our community. As we grow, we strive to give you bigger, more fantastic, opportunities to celebrate our lives and help the lives of others. We can’t wait to see you on the dance floor, and we thank you for your generous support.
DJ GRIND (San Francisco)
DJ GRIND (Stephen Massey) is one of the most sought-after DJs and producers on the gay circuit. With a sound firmly anchored in uplifting house, DJ GRIND’s sets blend circuit, tech-house and tribal beats with strong melodies, progressive synths and euphoric vocals. In 2019, DJ GRIND headlined the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Main Party, the world's largest LGBT dance music event.
In 2018, DJ GRIND headlined the three largest gay dance festivals in the U.S. -- Winter Party Festival's 25th anniversary Beach Party (Miami), the White Party Palm Springs Main Event, and NYC Pride's legendary Pier Dance. He's also headlined many of the largest and most high-profile gay dance festivals in the world, including XLSIOR Festival (Mykonos), White Party Bangkok, ICON (Shanghai), Hell & Heaven Festival (Brazil), Masterbeat New Year's Eve (Los Angeles), Market Days (Chicago), Purple Party (Dallas), Joining Hearts (Atlanta), Memorial Day Pensacola, and many more. He’s been a featured artist on multiple Atlantis cruises, toured with Kylie Minogue, and performed at major clubs across North America, Asia and Latin America. His monthly podcasts have been downloaded more than 10 million times.
Together with his production partner Toy Armada, DJ GRIND is also a Billboard #1 remixer and producer, with more than a dozen official remixes that have topped the US and UK Dance/Club Charts. The duo has remixed for some of the biggest names in the industry, including P!nk, Ariana Grande, Cher, Carly Rae Jepsen, Kim Petras, Enrique Iglesias, Demi Lovato, Ella Henderson, Betty Who, Hailee Steinfeld, Mel B, Martha Wash, Andra Day and Inaya Day, among others. Their 2017 single with America's Got Talent alum Brian Justin Crum, “Show Me Love,” was named one of Billboard's Top 10 Dance/Club Tracks of the Year. In 2018, Toy Armada & DJ GRIND were named official remixers for Kylie Minogue's new album, "Golden," and their remix for Kylie's lead single, "Dancing," hit #1 on the Billboard Dance/Club Chart.
Morgan McMichaels is the female persona of the amazing and ever so talented Drag Performer Thomas White. Morgan is a local fixture in Southern California’s drag circuit, with weekly shows in West Hollywood, San Diego, Long Beach, Riverside and Palm Springs CA. just to name a few.
Morgan McMichaels became a reality television personality once she joined the cast of RuPaul Drag Race Season 2 and that was only the beginning. From there Morgan went on to appear on RuPaul Drag U and now with television checked off on the list of this things to do in life.
Morgan McMichaels went on the next thing on the list music; Morgan was featured in the music video “S&M” by Barbadian singer Rihanna, which was released as the third single off her fifth album Loud.
Morgan McMichaels is one of the busiest Drag Performing Artist today, with not only her weekly shows, Morgan McMichaels still tours the Clubs in the United States and Canada.