Sir JET to Headline Boys of Summer 2017 Jul 11, 2017
by: Steve McCann, Press Release
Philadelphia, PA - PhillyGayCalendar.com is excited to release details for the 14th Annual Boys of Summer Party, now a full weekend of events, taking place on July 27-30, 2017 . Boys of Summer will be the high point of a wild season for Philadelphia nightlife and will feature Sir Jet, local porn stars, and the most diverse set of sexy lifegaurd models ever!
This year's headliner will be the incredible talented SIR JET. The mysterious and alluring gender-bending Sir JET aka Joel Evan Tye is a popstar like no other. With his super-hero body and love for skin tight costumes and anime, he is what has been referred to as “Nick Lachey meets Ziggy Stardust.” The online article “The Boy Who Talked Like a Girl,” is the story of JET’s childhood struggle with gender anxiety that lead him to become an agoraphobic mute for almost a decade to only rediscover his voice again at age 20 and become the man you see today.
JET’s mission in life is to help people who struggle with their identity and to encourage them to find their true selves by going within like he did. In addition to being referred to as the “Madonna Crotch” by Patti Stanger when he appeared on BRAVO’s last season of Millionaire Matchmaker, JET is also a heavily sought after model, including appearing on the boxes of LASC’s first line of underwear, and modeling for Mike Ruiz’s Pretty Masculine series a total of four times.
JET’s most current project is the EP, “Shout-out to the Lonely” a collection of songs with themes based on concepts from his book I’m Enough: How to Live Life like a Popstar and Find Your True Self in the Process, including a track cowritten by season two American Idol finalist, Kimberley Locke, as well as the title track “Shout-out to the Lonely,” which is accompanied by an emotional vibrant video directed by Madonna’s former back-up dancer, Carlton Wilborn (“Vogue,” Truth or Dare).
Boys of Summer is a fund raiser for PhillyGayCalendar, and for Home for Hope, a local LGBT homeless shelter
More details about the party at HERE
SPONSORS: Home for Hope,Geno's Steaks, Faber Alcohol, Nutz & Boltz, Breedwell, Andrew Christian, Alexander John Photography, Mazzoni Center, 12th Street Gym