Registration is now closed for Grind. There are no tickets for sale at the door.
Our software provider published an update on a Friday night that broke registration. We worked around it as best we could, but ticket sales are now over. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope this bug is fixed quickly!
What: Dark and loud party for dance and play
Where: Gallery Erato in Pioneer Square, 309 1st Ave S.
When: Saturday January 12th from 8pm - 12am (Doors close at 11pm)
Cost: $25 for basic members, $15 for premium members
Grind turns our dungeon into a nightclub with music by professional DJs and lots of space to play. If you miss classic Grind, like it dark and loud, or want to dance and play in the same space, this event has it all! BDSM and sex are encouraged.
The Gallery boasts two floors of space for a large dance floor and plenty of equipment, including racks, hard points, and mattresses, all situated against backdrop of exposed brick and beams. The main floor is wheelchair accessible, but our basement area is only accessible by a staircase. Play will be allowed on both floors.
There is no dress code enforced, but we encourage you to please dress for a night out. Fetishwear is welcome.
Doors open at 8pm and close at 11pm. Please read our Essential House Rules to know what is permitted in our new space.
Current Members Purchase Your Tickets in Advance
Note: You must be logged into your CSPC member account to purchase tickets. If you have a previous membership, you can go to this page and use Forgot Password to reset your access. Having trouble? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for help regaining access to your account.
Not a member of the CSPC yet? Come to our New Member Orientation beforehand!
Directions and Parking
Gallery Erato is located at 309 1st Ave S. There is a pay parking lot along our north wall. Pioneer Square has free on-street parking after 6pm (more info about street parking here) and paid parking lots, which you can find listed here. This neighborhood is very well served by public transportation, including many bus lines, the streetcar, and the LINK light rail.
There are steep sidewalk cuts in the historic sidewalks of Pioneer Square and a small lip from the brick sidewalk into the Gallery. We have purchased a wheelchair ramp to transition over this lip so that the main floor of our event will be accessible to folks in wheelchairs. There are play areas, refreshments, and restrooms on the main floor. Unfortunately, the basement of our space is only accessible via stairs.