D4AC’s (Dance for a Cause) three-day circuity party fundraiser, “Incognito,” benefiting Chase Brexton and Baltimore AIDS Walk & Run, launches its official marketing campaign this week. Exploring themes of identity, anonymity, and disguise, the event’s robust lineup promises top-notch spectacle, as well as a bevy of perks for those who purchase tickets early. The VIP Weekend Pass, currently on a temporary discounted pre-sale at D4acevents.com, offers buyers unfettered admittance to all events (attendees will otherwise be required to pay a cover), preferential line-skip access, free event t-shirt, and premium discounts at local businesses. T-shirts are available on the site for purchase.

“Incognito” kicks off at Baltimore Eagle on Friday, April 20th, with a dance party DJed by Matthew Lee, plus drink specials, a raffle ticket sale, and signup for Baltimore AIDS Walk & Run with Chase Brexton.

“This is a D4AC unlike any we’ve done before,” founder Aaron Lorance said. “We’ve worked very hard this past year to ensure a memorable experience. We want to reward those who so generously give back to our community with the party of the year.”

Saturday, April 21st boasts back-to-back events. The high-energy, caped-crusade of “Heroics,” a superhero cosplay featuring DJs Zathan Radix and Vince Christopher, shot jocks, and a special, soon-to-be-revealed exclusive performance (Baltimore Eagle), gives way to “Masq,” an after-party masquerade headlined by DJs Ryan Doubleyou and Scott Howard, with dancers Blaze Austin, Roman Maverick, Roman Marx, and Trevor Northman, free swag, and other surprises.

And finally, Sunday, April 22nd spotlights a special engagement with Baltimore’s dynamic drag duo Abbi Kadabra and Shaunda Leer, the raffle drawing (a live event that will also be broadcast via Facebook Live), and more.

The live social media broadcast is intended for those who can’t attend the Sunday drawing.

“Raffles often come with a catch,” Lorance said. “We wanted to offer a no-strings raffle that allowed people to participate without losing out if they can’t attend the actual drawing.

Sponsors, contributing donations, accommodations, and/or raffle prizes, already include Chase Brexton, Baltimore AIDS Walk, Hotel Brexton, Baltimore Eagle, Factory17, BrokeStraightBoys, Absolut, LA Fantantasy, HybridNine Events, HorseandHorn of Los Angeles, Bears, Bikers, and Mayhem, Scentsy, and Baltimore OutLoud. Raffle tickets are available for purchase all weekend long.

Further details and a complete event lineup for “Incognito” will be featured in the next issue of OutLoud.

Visit D4acevents.com to purchase tickets, donate, sign up to volunteer, and to view event details.