Patrick Scully hopes he'll be marryin' up a storm of same-sex couples the moment it becomes legal on Aug. 1. Photo taken in 2012 by Kyndell Harkness.

Patrick Scully plans to put his sideline as a minister to all-encompassing use when the clock strikes midnight on July 31. Aug.1 marks the first day that gays and lesbians can legally marry in Minnesota, so the performance artist and founder of Patrick's Cabaret is inviting as many same-sex  couples who so desire to come on down to the theater at 3010 Minnehaha Av. in Minneapolisand get hitched in a mass ceremony to be held at the crack of at 12:01.

There will be no charge; the only requirement is a pre-obtained official marriage license.

The festivites begin at 10:30 p.m. and will rock on until 1 a.m., with music dancing and of course, a bit of wedding cake. The event is free and open to the public, but if you plan on saying vows, please rsvp to amy@patrickscabaret so they can get a head count.

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