Popular drag queen The Princess has been named as emcee for this weekend's "Wildly Unpredictable," the sole annual fundraiser for the Nashville GLBT Chamber of Commerce.

"Wildly Unpredictable," the latest edition of the long-running franchise "Unpredictable," will be held Sunday, July 17 at PLAY Dance Bar. The series has raised almost $90,000 for the organization in the past five years.

The show features a silent auction, food from Bacon & Caviar, and fashion by Verandeno Clothing and Tye Walker Couture.

The event begins at 5:30 p.m., with a silent auction including items such as a set of Bridgestone tires, artwork and vacation packages.

Tickets can be purchased at the "Wildly Unpredictable" website. VIP experience passes are limited as of this writing. General admission tickets are also available.


VIP EXPERIENCE (limited seats available)

$60 in advance or $75 at the door
- Stage-Side Floor Seating (limited to 90 seats)
- Swag Bag
- Silent Auction
- Morsels from Bacon and Caviar



- Silent Auction
- Morsels from Bacon and Caviar




* F. Scott's Wine Tasting for 10, value of $1000

* Full Size NFL Authentic Game Ball autographed by 4 members of Black Eyed Peas, value estimated at $300

* Mini St. Louis Rams helmet autographed by Jack Youngblood, value estimated at $70

* Devin Hester authentic autographed Chicago Bears jersey, value estimated at $300

* Set of 4 Bridgestone or Firestone passenger/light truck/SUV tires, value estimated at $1400 depending on tires selected based on vehicle fitment

* Margaret Ellis cufflinks

* Levy's Personal shopping experience for 10. Includes wine/cheese/$100 gift certificate and 20% off of all purchases and a gift bag.

* Couples Estate Planning Package from Papa & Roberts, value of $1000

* Lamps from Lumen Lamps, value of $235

WILDLY UNPREDICTABLE MENU (Catering provided by Bacon & Caviar)

* Mini skewers - fruit w/ vanilla-lime yogurt; assorted cheeses; marinated tortellini

* Butterbean hummus - served warm w/ homemade tortilla chips

* Finger sandwiches (on whole grain flatbread) - roast beef, smoked gouda, creole mustard; smoked turkey, guacamole, chipotle mayo, pepper jack; BTL - bacon, tomato, pesto

* Mini wraps - lemon-almond chicken salad

* Mini cupcakes - vanilla-orange; chocolate-strawberry



This article has been republished from Out & About Nashville, and was part of a series of first-person pieces written by the late Bobbi Williams.

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