GO Out! The Hottest NYC Pride Events & Beyond 2022

Happy Pride!

PRIDE MONTH is here and in NYC, we’re enjoying a full schedule of both in-person and virtual events. The following is GO’s round-up of the most exciting events and parties for you to enjoy surrounded by your fellow queers, or virtually from your home. Promoters are constantly updating and upgrading so please check back daily for updates as we continue to add the best in A&E and nightlife NYC has to offer. Happy Pride!

All times are EST.

FRIDAY JUN 10

Lesbians Who Tech Pride Summit 2022
See website for details, various times and locations in NYC, free – $399, lesbianswhotech.org. In 2022, they need community more than ever. That’s why Lesbians Who Tech is here: YOUR SQUAD. As they continue their work to save the planet, democracy, and ourselves, they need to come together to be with their people, to learn and carve out time for healing and joy. Join LWT for the first IRL events since 2019 and connect with them virtually.

Our Selves: Photographs by Women Artists from Helen Kornblum
10:30am, $14–$25, MoMA, 11 W 53rd St, moma.org. This exhibition includes 90 photographic works by female artists from the last 100 years. African-diasporic, queer, and postcolonial/Indigenous artists have brought new mindsets and questions to art history’s canonical narratives. Our Selves reexamines a host of topics through a diversity of photographic practices. Thru Oct 2.

LI-SAGE Wellness Fridays
11am, free, Mitchell Park – Greenport, NY, lgbtnetwork.org. Kick off your weekend by taking care of your mind and body while exploring the beautiful North Fork of Long Island. Meet by the flagpole at Mitchell Park in Greenport and spend the morning with LI-SAGE members, walking around town and exploring. Subject to weather.

Rockland County Pride Center LGBTQ+ Youth Program
3pm-8pm, free, 28 S Franklin St, Nyack, NY, 845-353-6300, rocklandpridecenter.org/events. LGBTQ+ youth and allies are most welcome! Safe. Affirming. Supervised. Free. For more information about this program, please call or email the Director of Youth and Young Adult Services, Alex Francisco at alex@rocklandpridecenter.org or send a message on Instagram @rocklandcountypridecenter.

LGBT Network’s Friday Night Out
6pm-9pm, see website for details, LGBT Network Hauppauge Center, 125 Kennedy Dr, Suite 100, Hauppauge, NY, lgbtnetwork.org. The original Friday Night Out is back LIVE in person at the LGBT Network Hauppauge Community Center. LGBT youth come together to build community, express themselves, and feel empowered!

The LGBTQ+ Prom
7pm-10pm, $100, White Eagle Hall, 337 Newark Ave Jersey City, NJ, hudsonpride.org. Join Hudson Pride Center for their first PROM fundraiser. This magical evening is important to so many of our community members who skipped prom, couldn’t go with their preferred date, in their preferred attire, or simply weren’t authentically themselves. This evening will give our community the opportunity to come together and have the memorable prom everyone deserves! Enjoy an open bar, scrumptious buffet, entertainment, and a night of music and dancing!

Brooklyn Pride Live Music Extravaganza
7pm doors, show 8pm-10pm, $15, 3 Dollar Bill, 260 Meserole St, Brooklyn, 3dollarbillbk.com. Don’t miss the Brooklyn Pride Live Music Extravaganza featuring music by Late Guest at the Party, Roni, and OK Cowgirl. Hosted at Brooklyn’s premiere queer bar & performance venue!

Fridays at Cubbyhole
7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to kick off the weekend than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Lesbian Social Network
7:30pm-9pm, $5 suggested donation; more if you can, less if you can’t, loftgaycenter.org/lesbian_social_network_lsn. The Lesbian Social Network (LSN) is an open topic group run by a trained peer facilitator for women aged 18 and older, who identify as lesbian, bisexual, queer, or are questioning their sexuality. This group meets every Friday evening. Due to COVID-19, the group will be meeting virtually until further notice.

Melissa Etheridge: One Way Out Tour
8pm, $39 and up, 35 Hyatt St, St. George Theatre, Staten Island, melissaetheridge.com, ticketmaster.com. She needs no introduction, so book your tickets now to see one of rock music’s great female icons live at a rare appearance on Staten Island! Melissa will perform her classics and fresh tunes from her 2021 album, One Way Out.

Henrietta Hudson: Dance With Us Fridays
9pm-4am, Henrietta Hudson, 438 Hudson St. henriettahudson.com. Every Friday night at the all-new Henrietta Hudson, it’s an epic Friday night party! NYC’s hottest rotating DJs keep the party hot and fresh every week. Tonight, DJs Stacy and Mariko rule the decks. Henrietta Hudson is a queer human space built by lesbians. All are welcome.

SCOPE Tonight presents Gemini SZN
9pm, $20, RSVP for details, scopetonight.com. Get ready to light up the night! Scope is kicking off Brooklyn Pride weekend with the hottest night ever. It’s time for the double trouble sign of Gemini to take the lead. DJ RosyQ is illuminating the booth with all your favorite jams. Get creative on their black light graffiti wall and don’t forget to enjoy their Gemini specialty cocktail, The Split Decision.

Jovi Ent Presents: Fuego Fridays
10pm-4am, no cover, El Trío Lounge, 102-01 44th Ave, Corona, Queens, instagram.com/jovient9024. Hosted by Jovi Ent, enjoy a Happy Hour from 10pm-12am with 2-4-1 drinks and free hookah. Cabaret showtime: 1:30am Is it your special night? Celebrate with Jovi and get catered to like royalty with birthday shoutouts and a personal birthday flyer. Bottle service available. For reservations and more information, call: 917-399-7169.

SATURDAY JUN 11

Masculine Identified Lesbians of Color Collective Convention 2022
9am-3:30pm, free, Silberman School of Social Work, 2180 3rd Ave, 1st fl, masculineidentifiedlesbiansofcolorcollective.com. A gathering and celebration of masculine identified/masculine of center lesbians of color. A day of workshops, networking and refreshments. Join them for their 2nd annual convention as they come together to recognize, network and celebrate each other.

VBLI Grass Volleyball Pride Festival
9am-5pm, $25-$100, Eisenhower Park, 1899 Park Blvd, Westbury, NY, vbli.com. Welcome to the 1st Annual Grass Volleyball Pride Festival! Registration fees will be donated to Pride For Youth (PFY), a division of the Long Island Crisis Center that provides an array of services and advocates for LGBTQ individuals. The tournament experience will more-or-less be the VBLI Tournament you have come to know, but dialed up in spirit, good vibes and more rainbows!

Brooklyn Pride LGBTQIA+ 5K Run/Walk
10am-12pm, see website for details, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, brooklynpride.org. Begin your Brooklyn Pride celebration getting high on endorphins as you take on Prospect Park with your fellow revelers in everyone’s favorite queer running event, the Brooklyn Pride LGBTQIA+ 5K Run/Walk presented by Maimonides Medical Center!

Yishay Garbasz: Women’s Art Doesn’t End at the Outer Labia
10am-6pm, free, Anita Rogers Gallery, 494 Greenwich St, anitarogersgallery.com. Anita Rogers Gallery is thrilled to present this exhibition of work by Yishay Garbasz, a British-Israeli interdisciplinary artist who works in photography, performance, and installation. Thru Jun 18.

The 25th Edition of the Brooklyn Film Festival
Various times, $5–$35, multiple venues and online, brooklynfilmfestival.org/festival. Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF), New York’s longest-running international competitive film festival, is proud to announce its 25th edition, Unthinkable. This year’s festival will be staged online via the festival website (https://www.brooklynfilmfestival.org/festival) and in-person at Windmill Studios in Greenpoint, with select programs also showing at Union Docs in Williamsburg. Thru Jun 12.

Brooklyn Pride Festival & Mainstage
11am-5pm, free, 5th Ave btw Union & 9th St, brooklynpride.org. Celebrate Brooklyn Pride with a cross-section of the borough’s business, community, and city-wide organizations. In addition to vendors, there will be a fabulous entertainment stage at 4th St displaying local, national, and international talent! Plus, at Old Stone House / J.J. Byrne Park, there will be a Family Fun Zone that features family activities, music, face painting, arts & crafts, story time, and more!

Pride on the Whitney Lawn
11am–6pm, see website for details, Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort St, whitney.org/pride-2022. To honor our LGBTQ+ community, families, and allies, the Whitney will host a day-long celebration of Pride outside the Museum on Gansevoort Street. Artmaking and poetry workshops with Biennial artist collective A Gathering of Tribes will be offered until 3pm. Whitney Pride! festivities continue on the lawn Jun 12.

Montclair Pride Festival
12pm-6pm, free, Bloomfield Ave, Montclair, NJ, montclairpride.org. Montclair’s inaugural pride event with the theme “Be You. Be Heard.” is a celebration of LGBTQIA+ people and allies, raising awareness and strengthening ties in our community and for our friends and allies in the region. It’s a day filled with performance, art, culture, food, music and more. Check online for the full calendar of events!

PKGO Pride Parade & Festival
12pm-5pm, Main Street & festival afterward in Waryas Park, Poughkeepsie, NY, dutchesspridecenter.org. Celebrate LGBTQ+ pride in Poughkeepsie and Dutches County with the theme “Stronger Together, Stronger Than Ever!” The parade starts on Market and Main Sts, and goes down to a lively festival in Waryas Park.

Norwalk Pride in the Park
12pm-9pm, Mathews Park, 295 West Ave, Norwalk, CT, ctpridecenter.org. After a two-year hiatus, Fairfield County’s largest Pride event of the year is back and better than ever! Join in on the celebration, which includes a family-friendly kid zone, live music and entertainment, food vendors, VIP area, and much more.

Darien Inaugural Pride Celebration
12pm-4pm, Tilley Pond Park, Darien, CT, darienpride.org. Come out and enjoy a family-friendly celebration of LGBTQIA+ Pride in Darien, CT. Be there to support this community’s first-ever Pride event. Featuring music, a slate of speakers, food, vendors, and more!

Binghamton Pride Palooza in the Park 2022
12pm-6pm, free, Otsiningo Park, 1 Otsiningo Park, Binghamton, NY, binghamtonpride.org. Pride Palooza in the Park returns to Otsiningo Park in Binghamton, NY. This year with more vendors, food stands, kid zone, drag show, and The Binghamton Pride Idol Contest. For info: email binghamtonpride607@gmail.com.

Women’s Pride in the Pines
1pm, dance: $125 adv, $175 door; VIP buffet dinner and show, $200 adv, $250 door; Whyte Hall, 577 Fire Island Blvd, Sayville, NY, lgbtqfocus.org. Don’t miss this annual LGBTQ fundraiser that draws hundreds of women and men from all over the nation. The event starts with a “classic white” dance party at 1pm, followed by a VIP buffet dinner and show at 5pm. Open wine and vodka bars. Music by DJ Susan Levine. Performances by Jeanna de Waal, Seth Sikes, and Marion Grodin. Proceeds benefit Callen-Lorde Community Health Center.

Saturday Happy Hour at Cubbyhole
2pm-6pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to relax in the city on a weekend than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Yonkers Pride Festival
2pm-8pm, RSVP, Downtown Yonkers, Main St, Yonkers, NY, yonkerspride.org. The City of Yonkers Mayor’s LGBTQ Advisory Board, Yonkers Pride Planning Board, and the Yonkers Downtown Business Improvement District are pleased to invite you to join them at the 3rd Annual LGBTQ+ Pride Celebration. The Yonkers Pride Festival is an outdoor event showcasing celebrity entertainment, food, merchandise, activities, and numerous community organizations, and will be held rain or shine. Stay tuned for more details and lineup.

Brooklyn Pride Saturday at Ginger’s
5pm-1am, no cover, 363 5th Ave (5th and 6th Sts) Brooklyn, instagram.com/gingersbarbrooklyn. Ginger’s Bar is Brooklyn’s neighborhood pub for all the peeps 365 gay days a year! And it’s the hottest destination after the Brooklyn Pride Festival in Park Slope. Gather with friends, old and new, and keep soaking up those BK Pride vibes at the historic, queer-owned Ginger’s!

CraicFest LGBTQ+ Feature Film Screening: “Who We Love”
5pm-6:30pm, $10, New York Irish Center, 1040 Jackson Ave Long Island City, newyorkirishcenter.org. Join New York Irish Center and CraicFest LGBTQ+ for a feature film screening: Who We Love All are invited! Screening will be followed by a talk-back with the film’s director Graham Cantwell and co-star of the film, Amy-Joy Hastings.

Crip the Rainbow
5pm-9:30pm, RSVP, 3 Dollar Bill, 260 Meserole St, Brooklyn, 3dollarbillbk.com. Accessible community nightlife for queer adults living with disabilities and allies. The evening’s agenda includes: Mingle/Speed Dating/Friending (5:30pm-7pm); Silent Dance Party and DJs (7pm-9:30pm). Access Needs Form on Instagram @criptherainbow or email: criptherainbow@gmail.com.

Hot Rabbit & Dave’s Lesbian Bar: Brooklyn Pride Party
6pm-4am, $20 and up, Lot 45 Bushwick, 411 Troutman St, Brooklyn, NY, hotrabbit.com, eventbrite.com. Hot Rabbit LGBTQ+ Events teams up with Queens music mavens Dave’s Lesbian Bar for the biggest Brooklyn Pride party ever! Music show followed by LGBTQ dance party! 21+ and vaccinated only.

Dyke Beer 2nd Annual Pride Rooftop Party
6pm-11pm, $15–$30, Greenpoint Beer & Ale Co., 1150 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. Join Dyke Beer for their 2nd annual summer rooftop Pride party! Food and plenty of beer will be available. Featuring music by live bands: Basic Bitches, StepNeck, and Plastiq Passion. DJ Mari MacDowell will be on the decks!

Brooklyn Pride 2022 Party and Birthday Celebration for Team Complete
6pm-3am, $10 before 8pm, $25 at the door, Kinanm Lounge, 856 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn. Indoor-outdoor, all-day event! Happy Hour from 6pm-8pm (two-for-one). Food available. Hookah. Music by DJ Missy B, DJ GQ, DJ Flygirl, and DJ Craig Nice. This Brooklyn Pride bash is gonna be lit: pure fire! For more information, contact @cherylfray @moeexlusiveent @lovergirlnyc @djmissyb.

Papi Juice Presents Brooklyn Pride
7pm–12am, $15-$30, Brooklyn Museum, Steinberg Family Sculpture Garden, 1st fl, brooklynmuseum.org. Kick off Brooklyn Pride with Papi Juice, Brooklyn’s beloved art collective celebrating the lives of queer and trans people of color. Enjoy a dynamic lineup featuring co-founders Oscar Nñ and Adam R, as well as Joey LaBeija and Kilopatrah Jones, plus a special performance by Serena Tea. Open to all ages! All attendees must show proof of vaccination and a valid ID.

Brooklyn Pride Parade
7:30pm-10pm, free, 5th Ave from Lincoln Place to 9th St, Park Slope, Brooklyn, brooklynpride.org. Celebrate BK Pride 2022 and join the fun with the only twilight parade in the Northeast region; a celebration of our Pride and heritage! MC: Ron B. Grand Marshals: Mark Casserta and Rainbow Heights.

Live, Laugh, Dance!
7:30pm, $20-$75, Dramatic Hall, 900 Main St, Peekskill, NY, peekskillpride.org. Peekskill Pride hosts an evening of standup comedy, dancing, and entertainment to kick off their Pride month celebration. It’s time to laugh and dance together again! Enjoy an evening of entertainment and celebration with Julia Scotti, who makes her triumphant return to Peekskill, and she’s bringing all the laughs! DJ Max Rodriguez will spin live at the after-party till 1am!

AM Productions Presents Wanda Sykes
8pm, $49-$145, Mayo Performing Arts Center, 100 South St, Morristown, NJ, mayoarts.org/shows/wanda-sykes. Emmy winning stand up comic, writer, actress and producer Wanda Sykes has been entertaining audiences for over 20 years. She is ranked among Entertainment Weekly’s “25 Funniest People in America” and her peers have called her “one of the funniest stand-up comics” in the field. Opening act: Keith Robinson.

Laid + Set It Off BK Pride
8:30pm, $10, The Bell House, 149 7th St, Brooklyn, facebook.com/LaidParty, eventbrite.com. BK Pride is back! Come meet them on the dance floor for some good old-fashioned debauchery at The Bell House. Featuring DJs Noa D, Nasty Esq, Roze Royze, Funkyreggaehouseparty, Adair, and Victoriadidthat!

Henrietta Hudson: Dance With Us Saturdays
9pm-4am, Henrietta Hudson, 438 Hudson St (at Morton St), henriettahudson.com Every Saturday night at the all-new Henrietta Hudson, it’s an epic Saturday night party! NYC’s hottest rotating DJs keep the party hot and fresh every week. Tonight, DJs 32LVS and Mary Mac rule the decks. Henrietta Hudson is a queer human space built by lesbians. All are welcome.

Blanco: Brooklyn Pride All-White Affair
9pm-3am, $20, 2724 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, facebook.com/AvoniEnt, eventbrite.com. Avoni Entertainment / Lesbian Fetish presents Blanco, a stylish and trendy Brooklyn Pride all-white affair! This year’s edition will be one you do not want to miss and will not forget!

MILCC’s Pride Convention Gala Awards Ceremony
9:30pm-1am, $70-$700, Alhambra Ballroom, 2116 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd, 6th fl, masculineidentifiedlesbiansofcolorcollective.com. Masculine Identified Lesbians of Color Collective and HarlemYES, Inc. present their fundraiser “Movement of Pride” Gala Awards Ceremony 2022. This is a classy and sassy extravaganza for the mature LGBTQ+ party goers. Please dress to impress (black and white theme). Live entertainment by comedian Toni Byrd and music sensation Tenille Ja’Nai. Dance to the music by Superhero DJ Jon Quick.

Whitney Day Presents: YES! We Are Brooklyn Pride
10pm, $30–$50, House of Yes, 2 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn, houseofyes.org, whitneyday.com, eventbrite.com. Join 1,000-plus queer lovers and friends as they come together once again to celebrate Brooklyn Pride at the wildly renowned, multi-sensory venue, House of Yes. Expect an over-the-top, all-out expression of love, music, mind-bending visuals, and unadulterated freedom—with a splash of glitter! Dance to uplifting, prideful music that feeds your queer body and soul.

Bad Liza with DJ Fur Trap – Brooklyn Pride Party
10pm-3am, free (no cover), Good Judy, 563 5th Ave, Brooklyn, goodjudy.eventbrite.com. Celebrate Brooklyn Pride in Park Slope at a trendy, chill bar and venue for queers and allies. Queer bops and beats ALL NIGHT!

Be Cute: Brooklyn Pride Party
11pm-4am, $20 adv, $25 door, littlefield, 635 Sackett St, Brooklyn, NY, eventbrite.com. IT’S PRIDE 2022! Be Cute is celebrating Brooklyn Pride at Littlefield with an exciting roster of live performances, shows, and the city’s hottest DJs: Horrorchata and Ickarus. Presented by Horrorchata + Be Cute and sponsored by Makers Mark! Be there to party through the night. Must be 21 or over.

Sparkle In The Dark: Pride Party Cruise
11:30pm-2:30am, $39–$105, Event Cruises NYC, Pier 36, 299 South St, eventbrite.com. Celebrate Pride Month on the river this year, enjoy the skyline, get some cotton candy, and dance the night away. As the vessel sails by the iconic symbol of freedom, the Statue of Liberty, clink a glass of champagne with your loved ones to make the night even more memorable. You’ll also get to see the Empire State Building lighting up Rainbow colors on the open deck. Invite your partner, friends and family to the best NYC gay pride boat party!

SUNDAY JUN 12

Brooklyn Pride’s First-Ever Youth Pride Event
12pm-5pm, sign up to attend, Littlefield, 635 Sackett St, Brooklyn, brooklynpride.org. Brooklyn Pride is hosting the first Youth Pride-BK for ages 13-20. This event is for LGBTQIA+ and ally youth to have a space exclusive for them. Celebrate with carnival games, a live DJ, voter registration booth, Mini-Ball, performers, singers, and more!

Rockland Pride Sunday
12pm-5pm, 28 South Franklin St, Nyack, NY, 845-353-6300, rocklandpridecenter.org. Rockland Pride Sunday is back in-person for a day filled with music, dancing, and PRIDE! Join them in downtown Nyack for this free, family-friendly event featuring the music of Frankie D and The Boys, David Budway and special guest performers, drag queens, the crowning of Mx. Rockland County Pride, outdoor dining, shopping, vendors, and more.

Long Island Pride Parade and Festival
12pm-6:30pm, free, Farmingdale Village Hall – Village Green, 361 Main St, Farmingdale, NY, lipride.org. The 2022 Long Island Pride Parade, festival, and concert will take place for the first time ever in the village of Farmingdale. The celebration will feature a parade, concert and festival with thousands in attendance celebrating, dancing and being more out, louder and prouder than ever before!

Astoria Pride March
1pm-10pm, free, Albatross Bar, 3619 24th Ave, Queens, eventbrite.com. Astoria Pride March is back! Join them as they march from Albatross to Icon via Kween. All-day drink specials, prizes, and giveaways! Check Eventbrite for route and additional info.

Putnam Pride 2022
1pm, free, 1 Main St, Brewster Village, NY, putnampride.com. The 3rd annual Putnam Pride returns with a festival in Wells Park. Meet on Main Street and march to Wells Park, 98 Oak St. Speakers, vendors, and music acts to follow with Angel Elektra and Shay D’Pines! Park at the train station. Limited accessible parking at Wells Park. Bring a blanket and chairs. Sorry, no pets! Check the website for updates.

CRUX LGBTQ Climbing – Afternoon Sunday Funday
2pm-5pm, free, The Cliffs at Gowanus, 242 Butler St, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. CRUX Climbing’s kick-off LGBTQIA+ indoor rock climbing session in Brooklyn, geared for both new and experienced boulderers and roped climbers.

#HowManyMoreHaveToDie: A Pulse Orlando Day Demonstration Honoring Victims Of Massacre Shootings
3:30pm, Little Island Hudson River Greenway, gaysagainstguns.net. June 12 marks six years since the Pulse Orlando massacre, which led to the founding of Gays Against Guns. The unrelenting frequency of these horrific massacres—most recently, the Buffalo, Ulvade, and Tulsa incidents—has prompted us to use the day, which we normally recommit to our Gun Violence Prevention fight by honoring the 49 victims at Pulse, as an opportunity to honor as many victims of these grotesque mass shootings as we can.

Rulay
4pm-10pm, $10–$20, Project Parlor, 742 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. A vibey outdoor Caribbean, Latinx, SWANA day party for queer, trans, travesti and non-binary BIPOC souls. Amazing music by an exciting roster of DJs. Vegan food options will be available, too. Sliding scale based on how you identify. Be mindful of yourself and your energy in the space. Rulay is organized by Maldita Vaina, supported by Dyke Beer.

Live! Laugh! Love! Pride Edition 2022
4pm-7pm, $10, The Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher St, thestonewallinnnyc.com.
Pride 2022 live show! John Bronston on keys, Ian and Dan live on guitar and drums, and Melissa E. Driscol performs with guest singers and dancers. This show raises funds for I’m From Driftwood, an LGBTQIA+ awareness platform. Double match by Estee Lauder. Followed by the Tony Awards Viewing Party, hosted by Lyra Vega!

The Stonewall Inn’s Annual Tony Awards Party
7pm, see website for details, 53 Christopher St, 212-488-2705, thestonewallinnnyc.com, Celebrate Broadway’s biggest night at the Stonewall Inn. Hosted by Lyra Vega. John Bronston on piano. DJ Chauncey D in the booth. Special guests TBA.

Our Flag Means Pride
7pm, $20-$30, The Parkside Lounge, 317 East Houston St, d20burlesque.com. Set sail with them to celebrate queer joy and pay tribute to “The Gay Pirate Show” with drag, burlesque, go-go dancing, and a fuckery for the ages! Bring your golden doubloons for a chance to win a treasure trove of fabulous prizes from their raffle chest! Plus specialty grog mixed by the talented tavern keepers at The Parkside Lounge.

Sunday Sqool Comedy
7:30 pm, $10–$18, Sour Mouse, 110 Delancey St, sourmousenyc.com, eventbrite.com. The most diverse, talented comedians in NYC come together at this show, and it’s topped off with an afterparty. Come see the best comedians in NYC perform with a hot new lineup every week, chosen by Ashley Gavin, best known for her hit podcast “We’re Having Gay Sex”. The show is always diverse, and always absolute *fire*, as it is hosted by an actual hype man. Masks and vaccine card required.

The 75th Annual Tony Awards
8pm, CBS, cbs.com, tonyawards.com. It’s that time of year again to recognize outstanding achievement in Broadway productions during the particularly challenging 2021–22 season. The live ceremony will be held at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City, and will be hosted by queer icon and multiple award-winning superstar, Ariana DeBose.

MegaGoneFree Live at Henrietta Hudson
8:30pm doors, 9:15pm show, free, Henrietta Hudson, 438 Hudson St. henriettahudson.com. You’ve heard their HOT viral TikTok single, “Talking ‘Bout Bri”… now see MegaGoneFree’s first-ever live performance! Ages 21 and over inside. Seating for all ages outside. Come one, come all! A sonic trip through Mega’s show-stopping universe. No cover, come right in! Henrietta Hudson is a queer human space built by lesbians. All are welcome.

MONDAY JUN 13

Monday Happy Hour at Cubbyhole
4pm-7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to ease the Monday blues than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

We Like to Watch
5pm-6:30pm, free, lgbtnetwork.org. Join the LGBT Network on Mondays for this virtual event that includes exciting conversations about a range of topics related to adult health and wellness (short videos included). At the end of each month, they play a friendly game of Jeopardy!, where the categories are all previous topics they’ve covered in the program that month. For people 18+.

The Lesbian Agenda with Sophie Santos
6:30pm doors, 7:30pm show, $15, The Bell House, 149 7th St, Brooklyn, sophiesantos.com, eventbrite.com. Did you hear that lesbians are taking over the world? I mean, did you actually think straights making bread during quarantine was just a coincidence? Join Supreme Chancellor, Sophie Santos, who brings you her Agenda™ with this very serious show, where she tries to enforce her new world order. Featuring some of the best LBQ comedians of all time. Featuring host Sophie Santos, Ashley Gavin, Sirbaby Girl, Matt Rogers, Sabrina Wu, Julia Shiplett, and more! This event will be mixed seated/standing. Arrive early for best seat selection, Proof of vaccination required. Ages 21 and over.

Firestarters: A Women’s + LGBTQ Open Mic
8pm, $10, Eastville Comedy Club, 487 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, eastvillecomedy.com. Brooklyn’s best all-female and LBGTQ open mic! Make Monday lit at this fun, supportive room open to women and LGBTQIA+ performers only. 1 drink for 5 minutes. Hosted by Alex Kim and Divya Gunasekaran! Signup Instructions: Fill out the Google form found on Instagram page: @firestartersmic.

Honey Dew
10pm, $12.30, C’mon Everybody, 325 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, cmoneverybody.com. It’s HONEY DEW! A multimedia, multidisciplinary comedic foray from Honey Pluton. Join them every 2nd and 4th Monday for laughs and love from them and their funniest friends.

TUESDAY JUN 14

Tuesday Happy Hour at Cubbyhole
4pm-7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to hang on a Tuesday than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Mingle with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

NYC Youth Leadership Coalition
4:30pm-6pm, free, lgbtnetwork.org. Join the LGBT Network for this virtual event. Each month a topic relevant to LGBT rights and safety is chosen by their youth leaders. They take an in-depth look at the topic from different angles and discover how they can apply the principles to create more safe spaces for LGBT youth and #ChangeTheWorld. Today’s topic: Supporting Trans Students in Sports and Extracurriculars.

Dyke Beer Presents: Dyke Night
5pm-10pm, free, Nowhere Bar, 322 E. 14th St, instagram.com/dykebeer, facebook.com/dykebeer, nowherebarnyc.com. Dyke Beer is hosting a Dyke Night every Tuesday at Nowhere Bar! Enjoy Happy Hour among your fellow dykes and queers every week at this East Village LGBTQ+ mainstay. Hope to see you there!

Tuesdays at Ginger’s Bar
5pm, free, Ginger’s, 363 5th Ave (btw 5th and 6th Sts), Brooklyn, gingersbarbklyn.com. Celebrate your Tuesday evening at Brooklyn’s friendliest neighborhood lesbian bar! Beers, bois, babes, friends, and music.

4th Annual Queer|Art|Pride Digital Book & Print Fair
6pm-7:30pm, virtual event, free, queer-art.org/fair. Check out this online marketplace consisting of a diverse array of participating artists. The marketplace features an abundance of works for perusal and purchase, including (but not limited to) artist books, novels, zines, poetry chapbooks, drawings, photographs, watercolors, garments, collages, and prints. Proceeds directly benefit the artists. The marketplace will be accompanied this evening by a live Show ‘n’ Tell event taking place over Zoom. Thru Jul 31.

Celebrate Pride: Stonewall & Greenwich Village LGBT History Tour
6pm-7:30pm, $40, Christopher Park, Stonewall National Monument, Christopher St at West 4th St, nyclgbtsites.org. Join the NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project on a walking tour of pre- and post-Stonewall historic sites associated with early LGBT activism that influenced American culture and politics.

Generation Women
6pm doors, 7pm show, $40, see website for tickets, The Public Theater, 425 Lafayette St (at Astor Pl), publictheater.org. Get ready for a multigenerational storytelling night that invites a woman or non-binary performer in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s-plus to share an original true story on a theme. Tonight’s theme: My Greatest Achievement. Their diverse lineup will make you laugh, cry, and reflect on the cycle of life. The mission of Generation Women is to amplify underheard voices and create space for intergenerational connection and community. All are welcome. Hosted and founded by Georgia Clark.

Dyke Drag Pride at Ginger’s Bar
7pm doors, 8pm show, $10-$12, Ginger’s, 363 5th Ave, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. Kaylita and I’m Baby present Dyke Drag – a drag and variety show by dykes for dykes of all genders, bi dykes, queer dykes, lesbians, anyone who identifies with the term, and people who don’t necessarily identify as anything, celebrating all the talent our community has to offer.

Bare Book Club NYC Is QUEER!
7:30pm, $20, The Brick, 579 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, bricktheater.com. Bare Book Club is a group of beautiful women who love to read…naked. That’s it. Each month they bring you a rotating cast for this nude literary salon of themed readings for your enjoyment. For their June show they’ll be celebrating Pride with reading about the queer perspective. Ranging form articles, books, poems, and more, come celebrate the queer experience with their readers. Please bring proof of vaccination.

Can’t Cancel Pride 2022
8pm, free, streaming platforms, cantcancelpride.com. iHeartRadio and P&G host the return of Can’t Cancel Pride – Proud AND Together: a celebration to raise visibility and funds for the LGBTQ+ community! Hosted by JoJo Siwa, this year’s event will focus on the challenges and celebrations of “The Year in Pride,” showcasing 12 months of community and activism and the issues that impact our community, as well as intersectional messages of spirit and strength. Stream on iHeartRadio’s TikTok, YouTube, Facebook pages, iHeartRadio’s PrideRadio.com and Revry. Available on-demand until Jun 30.

Babeland Trivia Night: Pride Edition
8pm, free, virtual event, Babeland, babeland.com. Put on your thinking caps, babes. Over $2,500 in prizes to be won! Get ready to play a special Pride edition of Babeland Trivia Night! They’’ll be coming at you with three rounds of trivia covering everything from LGBTQ+ history to sex toy fun facts and many chances to win some of their favorite sex toys from brands like We-Vibe, Womanizer, Good Vibrations, and more! Brought to you by Babeland.com + We-Vibe.

Sappho Disco: Pride Party
10pm-3am, $15, Sounds of Brazil (SOB’s), 204 Varick St, sobs.com. Celebrate Pride with Sappho Disco, a party for the girl-gays and theys! Club beats and gay anthems spun by JIALING, Mellow Domingo, FLWRSHRK, Tinzo, and JoJo Boo! Must be 21 or over.

Queeraoke at Metropolitan Bar
10pm, no cover, Metropolitan Bar, 559 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, metropolitanbarny.com. Every Tuesday, Miss Katie hosts this long-running weekly karaoke night. They have props for you to use for when you sing, and they give out a $25 bar tab to the most spirited performer of the evening! Drink special: $4 well drinks.

WEDNESDAY JUN 15

Hump Day Happy Hour at Cubbyhole Bar
4pm-7pm, no cover, 281 W 12th St, 212-243-9041, cubbyholebar.com. The friendly neighborhood bar, The Cubbyhole, is a lively gathering space for the LBGTQ+, welcoming all to have fun, meet new people, or hang with old friends while enjoying a drink and tunes on the famous jukebox! Specials, well drinks, wine, and beer. For more information, message on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

NYC Pride: Family Movie Night
5pm, free-$175, RSVP, Battery Park, 20 Battery Pl, 212-279-2522, nycpride.org. Enjoy a family-friendly flick with NYC Pride, organized by Heritage of Pride! Films are appropriate for all ages. Join them as they lounge under the stars at the Battery. Come early for field games and live entertainment. This year’s feature film is Disney’s Moana! VIP viewing sections include four NYC Pride folding chairs for you to take after the event, plus a collectible blanket. Masks are optional but encouraged.

Funny Never Gets Old
7pm-8pm, $15, Kraine Theater, 85 E. 4th St, frigid.nyc. Part of the Queerly Festival! Frustrated with a lack of women in comedy and especially the lack of women of a certain age, Carole (a veteran of the stand up scene for over 40 years) decided to do something about it. Celebrate Pride with Frigid New York by joining them at the Queerly Festival, now in its eighth year! Queerly is our annual celebration of all things artistic and LGBTQIA2S+.

Womens, Femmes & Themmes – Social Group
7:30pm-9pm, free, 718-514-2155, lgbtnetwork.org, eventbrite.com. Join Womens, Femmes & Themmes and your hosts – Lauren and Alex – to meet other LGBTQ women and femme-identified people at their virtual social hour! Enjoy a night of mingling, ice breaker games and more! This is a completely inclusive group, who have a ton of fun! Virtual social group for femme identified folks! Email: adimakopoulos@lgbtnetwork.org.

Strap-On Get Off: Queer Edition Workshop
8pm, free, virtual on Zoom (visit store website for link), The Pleasure Chest, thepleasurechest.com/events. Join The Pleasure Chest for a free virtual sex workshop! For the safety of staff and customers, the Pleasure Ed program has been moved online until it is safe to hold in-store workshops. Strap-ons are for EVERY BODY! Join Sex Educator bahar to discuss the ins and outs of strap-on play. Learn to use a strap in ways that are affirming, easy, and hot! They’ll discuss both ends of the strap-on experience, as well as a few hot tips to up the ante, not to mention sizing, ability inclusivity, and the many ways to strap on and get off!

Kray Karaoke
9pm, no cover, Macri Park, 462 Union Ave, Brooklyn, macripark.com. Rotating hosts include Jen Urban and Cody Ray. Kick off Pride with a song in your queer, queer heart! Belt ‘em out and enjoy drink specials all night at this cool and hip queer space in Williamsburg.

THURSDAY JUN 16

Member Heritage Month Tour – LGBTQIA+ Pride Month
11am-12pm, free for members, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Ave, metmuseum.org. In honor of LGBTQIA+ Pride Month, The Met is excited to offer members-only tours that explore subjects, voices, and narratives found in the over 5,000 years of art in the galleries. Meet at the northside of the Membership Desk in the Great Hall. Please note that space is limited and filled on a first come, first served basis. No advance registration required.

Thursday Happy Hour at Cubbyhole
4pm-7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to quench your Thirsty Thursday than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

The Eight Ball Lounge @ Stonewall
5pm-9pm, The Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher St, thestonewallinnnyc.com. Brought to you by Danielle Presents/Lez Volley, a weekly event on Thursdays: The Eight Ball Lounge. Featuring pool games, Happy Hour drink specials, and much more. Stop by to drink, play, and celebrate with friends! Must be 21 and a proper ID is required.

Stonewall Community Foundation Vision Awards 2022
6:30pm–10:00pm, $500 and up, Ziegfeld Ballroom, 141 W 54th St, stonewallfoundation.org. This year, SCF’s signature Pride gala returns to an in-person celebration! The Vision Awards honor extraordinary individuals that use their vision and voice to make the world a better place for the LGBTQ community. In this political moment, as LGBTQ lives and liberties are under unprecedented attack, they’re bringing our community together to strengthen Stonewall’s vital work supporting our movement and to honor visionaries doing the same.

Serve: An LGBTQ+ Fashion Celebration
6:30pm-10pm, $20, Wilson New York Flagship Store, 594 Broadway, housingworks.org. Support this LGBTQ+ fashion celebration to benefit Kings County Tennis League and Housing Works, sponsored by Wilson. Enjoy a fashion show, auction, and fabulous party! Cocktails, nibbles, and beats. Fierce models serving fun looks. Auction with one-of-a-kind sports apparel, thrift treasures, and memorabilia.

Stonewall Democratic Club NYC Annual Event
6:30pm-8:30pm, $100 and up, HUSH, 348 W. 52nd St, sdnyc.org. Join the Stonewall Dems of NYC as they pay tribute to this year’s amazing and deserving honorees. You will be supporting the premier city-wide LGBTQ Democratic club in New York City. They hope you can join in for a fun night supporting the hard work SDNYC does every day.

Big Pvssy Energy Summer! The Pvssy Plate Painting Party
6:30pm-8:30pm, $25, New Women Space, 188 Woodpoint Rd, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. This summer they are connecting with their inner Big Pvssy Energy. Taking up space and painting the town whatever color they like. Inspired by Judy Chicago’s 1979 feminist piece called The Dinner Party, this event is a celebration of Big Pvssy Energy, focused on self-reflection, and expression of humanism. They will create a modern interpretation of the ‘The Dinner Party’ while enjoying the company of an eclectic group of human beings from all walks of life. Each guest will paint their own plate, signifying their perspective and ideology of what feminine energy means today. Guests will go home with their own masterpiece (a plate with acrylic paint), displaying their idea of feminine energy, feminism/womanism, or whatever they are feeling that day. All human beings are welcomed! They will have alcoholic beverages and snacks for sale.

BWIC Laff Fest: LGBTQIA+ FUNNY ASF GEMINI SHOW
7pm, $25 plus 2 drink min per person, Gotham Comedy Club – Vintage Lounge, 208 W. 23rd St, gothamcomedyclub.com. One FunnySistah Entertainment LLC presents the LGBTQIA+ FUNNY ASF GEMINI SHOW! Featuring: Tammy TeaLove, Shanel Hughes, Janell Banks, Storhm Artiste, Reece Cotton, Mutiyaa Vision. (RITA BRENT Headliner), and Jenelle Jackson – HOST. Masks are optional. All tables are shared. If you prefer not to be seated with another party, you will need to purchase all of the seats at that table. Doors open 45 minutes prior to showtime. Please note that there is a two beverage minimum per person.

Sip & Paint
7pm-9pm, $45, Winemak’her Bar, 492 5th Ave, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. The beautiful days are coming! Discover the artistic universe of Flora, Empreintez moi. They propose a one-hour session to learn how to create your own masterpiece, following the instructions of your teacher. Equipment and 1st glass included in the price (choice of Sauvignon Blanc or Cabernet or Dyke Beer seasonal). Places are limited to 20.

Dixon Place Presents: [sunflower]
7:30pm, $18 adv, $21 at the door, Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie St, dixonplace.org. Catch this inventive new play by Sifiso Mabena that explores notions of home, immigration, displacement, and identity using puppetry, AfroSurrealism, movement, and humor!

Ginger’s Bar Presents: Karaoke Thursday
8pm-11pm, free, Ginger’s, 363 5th Ave, Brooklyn, instagram.com/gingersbar_brooklyn. Ginger’s karaoke is back with the talented @javmerci at the helm and a tap-takeover by @eviltwinbrewingnyc. Practice those bangers and they’ll see y’all every other Thursday!

Jess Barbagallo: Weekend At Barry’s / Lesbian Lighthouse
8pm, $21, Abrons Arts Center, Henry Street Settlement, 466 Grand St, abronsartscenter.org. Barry is a 40-something cultural worker at a personal and professional dead end. When Helen, a seductively “contemporary” arts curator, offers him a gig mentoring wide-eyed queer youths in exchange for a slot in her next season, Barry reluctantly agrees. Little does he know, this last-ditch attempt to manifest old dreams will open a portal to another life he didn’t know he was already living elsewhere.

The Cake Boys at the Q!
8pm-10pm, free, The Q, 795 8th Ave, cakeboykings.com, eventbrite.com. Join us for The Cake Boys at the Q for a raucous time of drag kings (and friends!) every Thursday! They’re so excited as it’s one of the first weekly drag king shows in a long time. Can’t wait to see you there! No cover – bring tips!

Gay Takeover of Little Italy: An LGBTQ+ Pride Comedy Show
8pm, $5–$10, Lunella Restaurant, 173 Mulberry St, eventbrite.com. Come celebrate LGBTQ+ pride with queer comedians! Hosted by Lauren LoGiudice. Featuring: Kate Sisk, Calvin Cato, Moonie, Dana Friedman, Michell Slonim, Ronnie Ascher, and special guest Aunt Carmella.

Frolic Burlesque: Black Burlesque Revue
7:30 doors, 8pm-10pm show, $20, C’mon Everybody, 325 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, link.dice.fm/rff2e97c4161. You are not ready for this show with a diverse cast of Black burlesque artists, Featuring eclectic performances ahead of Juneteenth weekend by: Foxy Belle Afriq, MiscAllaneous DomTop, Mia “The MVP” and Professor M. Celebrate Black excellence with them and win their raffle goodie stacked back featuring Black businesses such as Mintty Makeup (first and only Black trans woman-owned makeup line), pasties by Foxy Accessories, and more! This is a vaccination proof and masked show at all times! Let’s keep each other safe! Email: foxybelleafriq@gmail.com.

SWEET VENUS: Gemini the Twins
9pm, see website for details, Drom NYC, 85 Ave A, honeyburlesque.com. Scope Tonight and Honey Burlesque present Sweet Venus, an LGBTQIA zodiac event and burlesque show! Cocktail hour: 9pm, zodiac burlesque show: 10pm, dance party: 12:30am. Gemini-themed acts from @sydvici0uz @tinysnowdancer @thewholesomeheaux @lilylnoir. Music by DJ Monstar all night long! VIP tables and general admission tickets available on the website, honeyburlesque.com!

PASSIONFROOT – A Queer Dance Party
10pm, free, Starr Bar, 214 Starr St, Brooklyn, starrbar.com, eventbrite.com. Passionfroot is a bi-weekly queer dance party by Hope 808! Every 1st and 3rd Thursday at Starr Bar in Brooklyn! No cover, proof of vaccination required. Must be over 21.

FRIDAY JUN 17

Not Me, Not That, Not Nothing Either
12pm-6pm, $10 suggested, Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art, 26 Wooster St, leslielohman.org. This exhibition showcases the work of 11 artists employing fragmentation—through material and subject matter—in painting, drawing, sculpture, and time-based media. Participating artists: Math Bass, Diedrick Brackens, A.K. Burns, Jibz Cameron, Theresa Chromati, KC Crow Maddux, Troy Michie, Christina Quarles, Devan Shimoyama, Ceaphas Stubbs, and Jade Yumang. Curated by Rachel Beaudoin and Nirvana Santos-Kuilan. Thru Jun 25.

LGBT Network Friday Night Out
6pm-9pm, LGBT Network Hauppauge Center, 125 Kennedy Dr, Suite 100, Hauppauge, NY, lgbtnetwork.org, The original Friday Night Out is back live in person at the LGBT Network Hauppauge Community Center. LGBT youth come together to build community, express themselves, and feel empowered!

NYC Pride: Pride Presents
7pm, free w/ RSVP, Spring Studios, 6 St Johns Lane, nycpride.org/event/pride-presents. Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride, in partnership with Tribeca, announces Pride Presents, a unique cinematic event celebrating LGBTQIA+ film during Pride. This year’s feature film, Disclosure, will make its film festival debut on the East Coast as part of Pride Presents.

Fridays at Cubbyhole
7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to kick off the weekend than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Pride Night at Citi Field
7:10pm, $25-$55, Citi Field, 41 Seaver Way. Flushing, Queens, mlb.com/mets/tickets/specials. Join thousands of LGBT people, allies, and their friends and families to fill Citi Field for Pride Night at Citi Field as the Mets take on the Miami Marlins! Pride Night at Citi Field supports the LGBT Network’s anti-bullying programs in Long Island and NYC schools. Each ticket comes with a limited edition Mets Pride hat. Hats can be redeemed by scanning your ticket at the Group Sales Redemption Booth behind Section 130 until the end of the fifth inning.

Lesbian Social Network
7:30pm-9pm, $5 suggested donation; more if you can, less if you can’t, loftgaycenter.org. The Lesbian Social Network (LSN) is an open topic group run by a trained peer facilitator for women aged 18 and older, who identify as lesbian, bisexual, queer, or are questioning their sexuality. This group meets every Friday evening. Due to COVID-19, the group will be meeting virtually until further notice.

Queer Axe Throwing
7:30pm–10pm, $20, Kick Axe Throwing BROOKLYN, 622 Degraw St, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. Dyke Beer presents Queer Axe Throwing! Show them your muscles! A ticket gets you one-hour of axe throwing. You are welcome to hang out in the bar before and after.

LadyLand Festival
8pm, $69.53, The Brooklyn Mirage, 140 Stewart Ave, Brooklyn, ladylandfestival.com, avant-gardner.com. LadyLand is an outdoor queer music festival, Pride party, and intimate concert celebrating some of the very best of queer talent and gay icons! Featuring performances by Honey Dijon, Tinashe, and Ariel Zetina, just to name a few.

Henrietta Hudson: Dance With Us Fridays
9pm-4am, Henrietta Hudson, 438 Hudson St. henriettahudson.com. Every Friday night at the all-new Henrietta Hudson, it’s an epic Friday night party! NYC’s hottest rotating DJs keep the party hot and fresh every week. Tonight, DJs Stacy and Mariko rule the decks. Henrietta Hudson is a queer human space built by lesbians. All are welcome.

Jovi Ent Presents: Fuego Fridays
10pm-4am, no cover, El Trío Lounge, 102-01 44th Ave, Corona, Queens, instagram.com/jovient9024. Hosted by Jovi Ent, enjoy a Happy Hour from 10pm-12am with 2-4-1 drinks and free hookah. Cabaret showtime: 1:30am Is it your special night? Celebrate with Jovi and get catered to like royalty with birthday shoutouts and a personal birthday flyer. Bottle service available. For reservations and more information, call: 917-399-7169.

PROVOKE Pride Kick-Off
10pm, $5, The Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher St, 2nd fl – upstairs, thestonewallinnnyc.com. PROVOKE is NYC’s new queer aerial performances and dance party! Every third Friday of the month, dance and be danced.

Glo in the City with Glo Butler
11:30pm, $29, New York Comedy Club, 241 E. 24th St, newyorkcomedyclub.com. As one of the longest running POC queer comedy shows, Glo in the City features some of the funniest comedians that have performed on SNL, Comedy Central, HBO and more. Featuring: Glo Butler, Lois Thompson, Reece Cotton, Storhm Artiste, Tammy TeaLove, Domo Jones, Zoe Dixon, and Onika McLean. $18 minimum purchase per person in the showroom (includes drinks and snacks). Ages 16 and up.

SATURDAY JUN 18

1 Bronx Pride Festival
12pm-8pm, free, The Hub, 149th St and Third Ave, Bronx, NY, nycgo.com/events/1-bronx-pride-festival. Celebrate Pride in the Bronx with a march, rally, family-friendly events, and live entertainment at this day-long festival. The festivities will take place at The Hub, 149th Street and Third Avenue. Stay tuned for more programming details.

Newburgh Pride in the Park
12pm-4pm, free, Downing Park, 181-141 Carpenter Ave, Newburgh, NY, newburghlgbtqcenter.org/pride. Celebrate the very first Newburgh Pride, organized by the Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center in Downing Park! Performances and activities to be announced soon. Check the website for updates!

The 40th Annual Mermaid Parade
1pm (rain or shine), free, Coney Island, Brooklyn, coneyisland.com/programs/mermaidparade. Presented by Coney Island USA and Coney Island Brewery, it’s the 40th annual Mermaid Parade, the largest art parade in the nation. A celebration of ancient mythology and honky-tonk rituals of the seaside, this spectacular beachfront event showcases over 1,500 creative individuals from all over the five boroughs and beyond, opening the summer with incredible art, entrepreneurial spirit, and community pride.

Saturday Happy Hour at Cubbyhole
2pm-6pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to relax in the city on a weekend than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Queer Art Summerfest 2022
2pm-8pm, free, 3 Dollar Bill, 260 Meserole St, Brooklyn, 3dollarbillbk.com. This June during Pride Month, Brooklyn-based nonprofit Queer Art Fest returns to Bushwick’s 3 Dollar Bill for year two of Queer Art Summerfest—one of NYC’s largest queer marketplaces and performance festivals, created specifically for and by LGBTQIA+ business owners. The event boasts an expanded roster of 40-plus merchants and performers, along with eliminated vendor fees, providing a complimentary footprint for all participating artists and makers at a tenuous moment for members of the queer creator economy.

Loud & Proud
2:30pm-6pm, $10, Mountainside Chelsea, 243 W 18th St, eventbrite.com. Loud and Proud is an exciting opportunity to connect with others while celebrating pride in a safe, sober space. All are welcome. Whether you are a member of the LGBTQIA+ community or an ally, come out for an afternoon of music, connection, and fun! Let loose and make some noise by jumping into a drum circle led by fitness and wellness expert, Leandro Carvalho. Feel empowered to embrace and be you by listening to a panel of LGBTQIA+ individuals share their stories about growing up in the queer community, their struggles with addiction, and their new lives in recovery. Get ready to laugh out loud and play a few rounds of Drag Bingo with their lovely host, drag queen Ms. Fonda (@fkdrag on Instagram). There will be prizes, of course! All ticket sales matched by Mountainside and donated to Live Out Loud, a nonprofit for LGBTQIA+ youth.

As Sylvia
5pm, $20-$25, Kraine Theater, 85 E. 4th St, frigid.nyc. Part of the Queerly Festival by Frigid New York, “As Sylvia” takes place in the bedroom of a young transfemme, “S”, getting ready to head out for yet another empty, anonymous hookup. S shares about her spirit guide, Sylvia Rivera, by embodying her, bringing forward Sylvia’s memories and wisdom from pioneering the LGBT Rights Movement as a sex worker and human rights advocate. Sylvia’s monologues, taken from actual interviews, are interspersed with heartfelt and hilarious monologues of S’s struggles with identity, love, and belonging. Does S continue on her normal, self destructive path, or does she discover a new way to be?

Rock N Roll Burlesque @ Stonewall
5pm, $10 at door, 2 drink min, upstairs – 2nd fl, The Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher St, thestonewallinnnyc.com. Stage Stars Productions presents a wild Rock N Roll Burlesque show! Sweat. Glitter. Live band, singers, and dancers! Don’t miss this live show. Must be 21.

The Latex Ball 2022: Summer of Love
6pm doors, 8pm show, free, Terminal 5, 610 W 56 St, gmhc.org. GMHC’s Latex Ball is the largest annual event of the international House & Ball community. Today, the Latex Ball is attended by thousands of people including celebrities, designers, and models like writer/producer Ryan Murphy, superstar Janet Jackson, actress Raven-Symoné, fashion designer Patricia Field, singer Estelle, activist and author Janet Mock, TV star EJ Johnson, iconic performer Kevin Aviance, and Pose stars MJ Rodriguez and Dominique Jackson—alongside members of the House & Ball community. The event features competitions in dance, voguing, and fashion, and incorporates sexual health messaging that links the community to resources that help prevent the spread of HIV.

Splash! Queer Pool Party & Social Mixer: PRIDE EDITION
7pm-12am, $50-$80, Room Mate Grace Hotel, 125 W 45th St, splashpride2022.eventbrite.com. Let’s go down to the pool for a uniquely Queer Social experience. Mix and mingle in a private safe space event with other LGBTQ folx. Featuring hosts, Phoebe Jeebies and Kantankerous, special guests, live entertainment, and DJ sets all night! Tickets include two drinks, clothes check, snacks, and exclusive access to the cocktail lounge, heated pool, and sauna.

Rejects Prom: A QTBIPOC Extravaganza
7pm, $40, secret location, 813-416-7095, instagram.com/rejectsnyc. For Pride and Juneteenth: a QTBIPOC Extravaganza! Celebrate Pride with some of NYC’s baddest and boldest queer and trans folx. Inclusive for all. Dress up, step out, and show out with eclectic starpower such as $avannah Hannah, Euro Trilll, Sydfalls, Princess Peggie, trans Tik Tok sensation Selyna Brillare, and more! Think “Met Gala” x “Pride” x “Juneteenth Celebration”! Email: euro@rejectsnyc.com.

Queer Prom: Teenage Dream
7pm, $12, Wet Spot NYC, 175 Stockholm St, Brooklyn, instagram.com/wetspotnyc. Sacred Circle Theatre Company invites you to Queer Prom: Teenage Dream to benefit Equality Texas’ Queer Crisis Fund. Join them as they reclaim and rework their teenage selves into aspirational queer heartthrobs! Come dressed as the glorified prom date of your Teenage Dream! Make out with your crush during a slow dance! Enter the Prom Committee’s raffle featuring all sorts of queer goodies! Get your Tarot read by the PTA President! And end the evening with a chance to be crowned Prom Monarch! All to support trans youth and their families in Texas as they navigate vicious transphobic attacks. Featuring music by sandile mhlaba and friends, text by Reinette LeJeune, and performances by Anise, Maxx Allen, and Nik Anderson. Hosted by Charlie Solidum. Producing assistance from Dove Murray and Chelsey Cerda-Rausch.

Henrietta Hudson: Dance With Us Saturdays
9pm-4am, Henrietta Hudson, 438 Hudson St (at Morton St), henriettahudson.com Every Saturday night at the all-new Henrietta Hudson, it’s an epic Saturday night party! NYC’s hottest rotating DJs keep the party hot and fresh every week. Tonight, DJs 32LVS and Mary Mac rule the decks. Henrietta Hudson is a queer human space built by lesbians. All are welcome.

Let’s Have a Kiki – LGBTQIA+ Safe Space Party!
9:30pm-2:30am, $17–$23 adv, $30 door, House of Xtreme, 101-13 Jamaica Ave, Queens, eventbrite.com. Are you too young for House of Yes but too old for Anti Prom? Well, this is the perfect event for you! Come enjoy a pre-Pride parade party with lots of fun music and more! Polaroid photo booth! Food, snacks and non-alcoholic drinks will be served and will be free! There will be a 21+ bar, so bring ID and proof of vaccination. Alcoholic drinks $5 and under.

Trans Voices Cabaret – Pride
9:30pm-11pm, $20 adv/$25 at the door, plus 2 drink min, The Duplex Cabaret Theatre, 61 Christopher St (at the corner of 7th Ave), theduplex.com. Trans Voices Cabaret returns to The Duplex with this year’s fabulous Pride Show featuring a cast of trans and nonbinary entertainers! Starring: Delfin Cano, Esther Fallick, Dillon Heap, Mel Melendez, Mari Moriaty, Hayley St. James, and Garnet Williams. Hosted by Donnie Cianciotto. Follow on Instagram: @transvoicescabaret.

HOT HONEY!
11pm-3am, see website for updates, Baby’s All Right, 146 Broadway (btw Bedford and Driggs), Brooklyn, honeyburlesque.com, hotrabbit.com. HOT HONEY is an LGBTQ+ women-centered event collaboration by Honey Burlesque & Hot Rabbit LGBTQ+ Events! The hottest, honey-est live performers to be announced! Honey Burlesque is live performance, wearable representation, artist collaboration, and safe space creation all in one.

SUNDAY JUN 19
HAPPY JUNETEENTH and HAPPY FATHER’S DAY

OC Pride Ride 2022
See website for details, $80, start at Strictly Bicycles in Fort Lee, NJ, outcycling.org. The OutCycling Pride Ride 2022 is going hybrid this year! Ride your Pride from wherever you are or join them on the roads of NY/NJ! Join in Pride and solidarity in whatever way you’re comfortable. Routes in NY/NJ are available at 30, 50, 65, 80 or 100 miles, or plot your own route literally anywhere in the world. NY Tri-State: The ride will start and finish at Strictly Bicycles in Fort Lee, NJ. Routes preloaded on RideWithGPS and sent to riders before the event. Riders from other locations worldwide can ride routes they are comfortable with. Wear your swag with Pride, practice your selfies, and tag OC on social media on your journey. Let’s come together and build on the global OutCycling community. #CycleToCelebrate

NYC Pride: The Brunch
12pm, $30 and up, 74Wythe, 74 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, nycpride.org/event/the-brunch. Organized by Heritage of Pride, this is an annual NYC Pride event. In 2022, this special culinary experience includes a curation of Juneteenth food stories from Black LGBTQIA+ chefs. Enjoy an immersive experience with an awards ceremony, performances, open bar, cocktail stations, and so much more.

Juneteenth: Celebration of Black Excellence
12pm-4pm, free, Cadman Plaza Park, Cadman Plaza West, Brooklyn, cadmanplaza.org. Organized by Cadman Park Conservancy, this event will be a Juneteenth celebration with music, dance, performances, activities, and plenty of Black-owned businesses. Bring your friends, a blanket, and a picnic. Get ready to dance because world-renowned DJ Ted Smooth will be on the decks! Opening prayer by Reverend Kim Council. Candidate for District Leader Sabrina Gates will be doing voter registration @sabrinangates Please note: there are no chairs or pets allowed on the lawn. The first 50 people to register will receive a swag bag.

Juneteenth Jubilee 2022
1pm-9pm, $100, The Atrium, 14 Park St, Brooklyn, NY 11206, naturalpartnersincrime.com. Jubilee 2022 – A Juneteenth Celebration of Black Excellence will be a uniquely curated experience like none other! This Black excellence affair incorporates an amazing venue, beautiful décor, grand photo installations, specialty crafted cocktails, and of course, scrumptious brunch bites! “We are not coming to sit down.” This event requires all guests to float, live, and honor the day of Juneteenth. They are back outside again and deserve a good time. Be prepared to indulge in Chef Jeff’s creations with a classy twist. They offer two event slots: 1st Flight 1-4pm; Last Flight 6-9pm. Must be 21 to attend.

Honey Burlesque Tea Dance
3pm-7pm, $10 tickets at the door, The Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher St, thestonewallnyc.com. Every other Sunday, celebrate at Honey Burlesque Tea Dance, a magical day party catered to and created by LGBTQ women. Performances by Scarlett Snow, Celine, and Sydviciouz. Must be 21. Proof of vaccination required.

A Sneak Preview of the Film: What’s Up My Madibaz?
3pm-4:30pm, see website for details, WOW Cafe Theatre, 59-61 E. 4th St, wowcafe.org. For Juneteenth, Ms. Mistah Productions presents a sneak preview of the film “What’s Up My Madibaz?” Getting rid of the “n” word. The “n” word is pervasive and can’t be deleted without replacing the void. Madiba—the name given to honor Nelson Mandela (and the name of a 17th century South African warrior) would uplift, honor, and respect a race long disenfranchised by this America. Sign a petition for the Madiba Movement. Thank you, beautiful madibaz!

Metropolitan’s Free Sunday BBQ
5pm-9pm, no cover, Metropolitan Bar, 559 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, metropolitanbarny.com. If you’ve never experienced one of their legendary summer BBQs, then you’re really missing out! They’ve got burgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers and all the fixins, plus side dishes! Purchase a drink and get a complimentary plate of food! They also serve frozen margaritas or pina coladas! YUM! $12 Bud Lights pitchers, $20 Premium Pitchers, $3 Bud Light pints, $8 frozen cocktails. Rotating DJs every week. Backyard shows by Merrie Cherry, plus weekly guest queens!

The Importance of Being Earnestly LGBTQ+
7pm-9:30pm, see website for details, The Actor’s Temple, 339 W 47th St, pridecentersi.org. Join the Pride Center of Staten Island for this incredible play! The Importance of Being Earnestly LGBTQ+ brings Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people ” to contemporary times with new laughter, color and heart. They will meet at the theater. For more information, contact Golden Brooks at 718-808-1358 or gbrooks@pridecentersi.org.

The Last Supper: A Reading of the Real Housewives of New Jersey
8pm, $12.30, C’mon Everybody, 325 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, cmoneverybody.com. You’re gonna flip… a table. Watch as a group of fabulous performers recreate one of reality TV’s seminal moments in a reading of The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s infamous The Last Supper. Cast includes the talents of Natalie Walker, Nicole Spiezio, Paul McCallion, Maya Deshmukh, Patrick Foley, and Alex Bedder! Proceeds from this performance benefit For the Gworls.

MONDAY JUN 20

Juneteenth Black Gender Diversity Cookout
12pm-4pm, see details online, Restoration West Plaza; 1368 Fulton Street; Brooklyn, (in front of Applebee’s), lgbtbrooklyn.org, brooklynghostproject.org, Join Brooklyn Ghost Project, in collaboration with Brooklyn Community Pride Center and the office of District 36 Councilman Chi Ossé, for a Juneteenth Cookout celebrating gender diversity in the Black community. Enjoy soul food and family-style BBQ catered by Kylexus Kitchen. Come get a plate!

Monday Happy Hour at Cubbyhole
4pm-7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to ease the Monday blues than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Bronx Juneteenth Celebration
6pm-7:30pm, free w/ RSVP, Van Cortlandt Golf House, Van Cortlandt Park South & Bailey Avenue, Bronx, eventbrite.com. The Van Cortlandt Park Alliance and Bronx Arts Ensemble invite you to an evening celebration of Juneteenth. The program will begin on the back deck of the Van Cortlandt Golf House with performances, including music and spoken word. Then join them for a procession with drums to the Enslaved African Burial Ground for a libation ceremony, honoring the memory of the enslaved people. Featuring: Baba Don Babatunde of the Last Poets, West African drummers Yahaya Kamate and Mousse Drame, and teaching artists from the Bronx Arts Ensemble. RSVP required, space is limited. The event will be held rain or shine.

Concert Salute to the LGBTQ+ Community
8pm, free w/ RSVP, The National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South, nationalartsclub.org. The National Arts Club and the Mabel Mercer Foundation celebrate Pride with a concert salute to the LGBTQ+ community, hosted by KT Sullivan and starring David LaMarr, Marieann Meringolo, and Darnell White. Seating and coatcheck are limited; please arrive 15 minutes early. Please do not bring any large bags or backpacks.

Sing Out! A Pride Musical Revue
8pm, $25-$50, see website for tickets, Rose Theater at Jazz at Lincoln Center, jazz.org. Sing Out! is a 90-minute Broadway revue infused with personal and inspiring stories from Grammy and Tony recognized performers who all identify as members of the LGBTQIA2+ community. The Austin Artists Project will bring this show to NYC for a special one-night-only performance.

TUESDAY JUN 21

Tuesday Happy Hour at Cubbyhole
4pm-7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to hang on a Tuesday than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Mingle with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Tuesdays at Ginger’s Bar
5pm, free, Ginger’s, 363 5th Ave (btw 5th and 6th Sts), Brooklyn, gingersbarbklyn.com. Celebrate your Tuesday evening at Brooklyn’s friendliest neighborhood lesbian bar! Beers, bois, babes, friends, and music.

The Center’s Annual Garden Party
6pm-9pm, $99 and up, Pier 84, gaycenter.org, nycpride.org/event/garden-party. Join The Center (in partnership with Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride) in person for an evening of extraordinary performances, music, special guests, and more. The Center has been a place of celebration and Pride for all LGBTQ New Yorkers since 1983, and this year’s Garden Party will be no exception.

NYC Comptroller Pride Celebration
6pm doors, 6:30pm event, free w/ RSVP, The Center, 208 W. 13th St, Rm. 301, gaycenter.org, eventbrite.com. Happy Pride! NYC Comptroller Brad Lander invites you to a Pride Celebration at The Center. The event will include musical performances and an award ceremony to honor LGBTQ+ advocates in New York City. Please RSVP to join: pride-celebration.eventbrite.com. Please wear a mask.

Criminalizing Gender: Feminism, Queerness, and the Fight Against Wrongful Conviction
7pm-8:30pm, $0-$15, register online, Bluestockings Cooperative, bluestockings. com/events. They face a future where abortion will soon be recriminalized, trans women are arrested for their gender identity, and the labor of sex work continues to be illegal to the detriment of sex workers. In this talk, authors Valena Beety and Koa Beck discuss how the bodies of marginalized genders are criminalized and how inclusive feminism can chart a path forward. Koa Beck, the author of “White Feminism: From the Suffragettes to Influencers and Who They Leave Behind,” and Valena Beety, the author of “Manifesting Justice: Wrongly Convicted Women Reclaim Their Rights,” discuss what role feminisms play in both controlling our bodies and liberating them from these laws. Register for this virtual event online.

WEDNESDAY JUN 22

Hump Day Happy Hour at Cubbyhole Bar
4pm-7pm, no cover, 281 W 12th St, 212-243-9041, cubbyholebar.com. The friendly neighborhood bar, The Cubbyhole, is a lively gathering space for the LBGTQ+, welcoming all to have fun, meet new people, or hang with old friends while enjoying a drink and tunes on the famous jukebox! Specials, well drinks, wine, and beer. For more information, message on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Fusion Pride Party 2022
6pm-9pm, $50-$75, The Jane Ballroom at the Jane Hotel, 113 Jane St, avp.org. Join the Anti-Violence Project for FUSION! AVP’s Pride Party is back in-person at a new venue, providing a safe and exciting night of performers, dancing, and most importantly, the opportunity to be together. Performances by Richard JMV, Kenya KeepUp, and Jackie Dupree. Each ticket includes two free AVP cocktails from 6-7pm, with a cash bar the rest of the night.

Man Up
7pm, $25, Kraine Theater, 85 E. 4th St, frigid.nyc, eventbrite.com. Part of Frigid New York’s Queerly 2022 Festival, Man Up is a groundbreaking show for women, brought to you by the man who knows women better than they know themselves: Chip Johnson. Ladies, your smiles are thanks enough! Though Chip is the least gay person alive, he knows everyone can benefit from his POV which is why he is proud to present to you the gayest episode of Man Up yet!

Boyish and Cece Coakley
Doors open 7pm, $20 plus service fees, Elsewhere, 599 Johnson Ave, Brooklyn, elsewherebrooklyn.com. PopGun presents indie rock duo Boyish and songwriter/musician Cece Coakley live! Must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This is a 16 and over event.

Funfetti: A Drag Variety Show
8pm-11:30pm, $10, Ginger’s, 363 5th Ave, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. The Cake Boys present Funfetti: A Drag Variety Show for Pride! Join NYC’s most decadent drag king collective as they serve up a slice of sweet, sticky, queer debauchery at Ginger’s Bar. With a sprinkling of drag, burlesque, and music, this lineup will keep your batter all nice and moist for Pride weekend. Must show proof of vaccination. Masks encouraged! 21 or over.

THURSDAY JUN 23

NYC Pride: The Conference
9am. $25 and up, New York Law School, 185 W Broadway, nycpride.org/event/the-conference. Organized by Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride, The Conference is NYC Pride’s annual symposium of transformative change-makers in the queer community. This year’s Conference will be focused on networking, activism, and issues impacting the community. With featured appearances by keiyaA, Nieri, and DJ Fade. Mask wearing is optional but encouraged.

QUEERPALOZZA – NYC Queer Pride
11am until 11pm Sun Jun 26. details TBA, multiple venues, 187 Graham Ave, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. Raw Honey presents QUEERPALOZZA, an exclusive weekend for POC queer women, trans, and non-binary folks—a weekend of black ass queer ass excellence. Follow @RawHoneyNY on Instagram for more details and to stay connected.

2022 Stonewall Inn National LGBTQ Honor Wall Ceremony
12pm, free, The Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher St, iccstonewall50.org. This year, five LGBTQ icons will be added to the National LGBTQ Wall of Honor: James Hormel, Urvashi Vaid, Stephen Sondheim, Tyler Clementi, and Dolores Alexander. The wall was inaugurated in 2019 in a partnership between the Imperial Court System and the National LGBTQ Task Force. That year, 50 names were added to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising.

Bait NYC 2022 Pride for Women
3pm thru Sun-Mon 4am, $20–$160, various locations (top clubs and venues), baitnyc.com. Get ready for the sexiest women’s weekend in NYC; there is no better place to be for women that love women in NYC for Pride Weekend 2022. For the eighth year in a row, Nunn Betta and DJ Dimples have teamed up to bring you a weekend for women like no other! They are giving you an experience that you will never forget! The multi-day event will feature day parties, pool parties, and balls, as well as some of the best nightlife parties! You will be partying with your favorite DJs, hosts and performers from around the country. For more information and updates, follow @BaitNYC on Instagram. Thru Jun 27.

Paint Your Pride: Make Your Own Pride Tee Edition
4pm, free with adv. registration, LGBT Network Queens LGBT Center, 35-11 35th Ave., Astoria, lgbtnetwork.org. Whether you are attending the NYC Pride March or Reclaim Pride, it’s always a time for self-expression. Come make your own Pride tee shirts for this year’s marches. They’ll have paints, decals, tie-dye, and more. This program is for young people, ages 13-24.

Thursday Happy Hour at Cubbyhole
4pm-7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to quench your Thirsty Thursday than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

GSRS Second Annual Par 3 Golf Outing
4:30pm, $85, adv. registration, Skyway Golf Course, 515 Duncan Ave, Jersey City, NJ, gsrainbowsports.org. Hosted by Garden State Rainbow Sports (GSRS), the 2nd annual Par 3 Golf Outing brings the LGBTQ+ community together for a chance to learn a new sport or participate in a beloved sport played through a lifetime. Come out to putt for prizes and celebrate Pride on Hudson County’s only public golf course.

The Eight Ball Lounge @ Stonewall
5pm-9pm, The Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher St, thestonewallinnnyc.com. Brought to you by Danielle Presents/Lez Volley, a weekly event on Thursdays: The Eight Ball Lounge. Featuring pool games, Happy Hour drink specials, and much more. Stop by to drink, play, and celebrate with friends! Must be 21 and a proper ID is required.

Bath & Body Pride
6pm-3am, $25–$50, The Williamsburg Hotel, 96 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn. eventbrite.com. Presented by Deryck Todd, this Pride kick-off rooftop pool party extravaganza features special guests Noa Kirel and Rupaul’s Drag Race’s Jorgeous. Music by Timo Weiland. Hosts: Amanda Lepore, Evan Ross Katz, Damon Dominique, Chris Salgardo, The Queer Indigo, Eef Vicca, Brian Tran, Baby Love, and Glow Job. Emcee: Janelle No. 5. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The FOLX HRT Care Fund.

Queer Tag: LGBTQ Laser Tag & Bowling Night—Pride Edition
7pm-11pm, $25–$30, Bowlmor Chelsea Piers, Pier 60, queersocial.us. Change up from the bars, turn off the apps. Come out and have some fun IRL with other LGBTQ folx! Socialize, eat, drink, and play games! Featuring unlimited laser tag, unlimited bowling, high score prizes, drink specials, full dining menu available. Enjoy a chill and safe space to mingle with your LGBTQ community! Plus, free admission to their Club Q After Party.

The Cake Boys at the Q!
8pm-10pm, free, The Q, 795 8th Ave, cakeboykings.com, eventbrite.com. Join them for The Cake Boys at the Q for a raucous time of drag kings (and friends!) every Thursday! They’re so excited as it’s one of the first weekly drag king shows in a long time. Can’t wait to see you there! No cover – bring tips!

Love’s A Pitch: A Queer Dating Show
8pm, $12.30, C’mon Everybody, 325 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, cmoneverybody.com. The 2nd edition of the queer dating show that’s like Shark Tank, but gay and no business talk. Contestants face a panel of love experts, featuring comedians Jess Henderson, Lorena Russi, and Kendall Payne. Plus, a seductively sapphic performance by burlesque babe Ruby Quinn! Hosted by Carolyn Bergier of the LGBTQIA podcast, Dyking Out.

UltraMaroon Pride
9pm, $20 and up, The DL, 95 Delancey St, eventbrite.com. A Pride kick-off, for us / by us. Grab your ticket, and dance with your family! Season 3 of UltraMaroon may be ending soon, but they are absolutely not done with you! Y’all asked, and they’re delivering: they are taking their party out of the basement and celebrating Pride on the DL Rooftop in the Lower East Side. For this extra special edition, they are bringing back some of your favorite selectors from Season 3. Joining curator Someone From Berlin will be the one and only MORABITO, Steven Redant performing as BlueAnt, Lupe Fuentes, and Joe D’Espinosa!

PAT PARTY: PRIDE EDITION
10pm-4am, free, Union Pool, 484 Union Ave, Brooklyn, union-pool.com. It’s time to party (PAT party!) at Union Pool. Presented by Loop De Lou Production Corp / Union Pool. No COVID-19 entry requirements. Details about DJs, entertainment lineup, and guests for Pat Party: Pride Edition to be announced soon. Check the website for updates! This is an 18 and over event.

Rebel!
10pm, $8, C’mon Everybody, 325 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, cmoneverybody.com. Come out and get energized for Pride Weekend at a hot, queer dance party. Music by DJs Skyboxx and Andro. Serving Dyke Beer! C’mon Everybody is a queer-owned and operated bar and independent venue. Support our community spaces.

FRIDAY JUN 24

NYC Pride: The Rally
4pm-7pm, free-$25, register online, The Battery, State St and Battery Pl, nycpride.org/event/the-rally. The Rally will take place at The Battery, with hosts Raquel Willis and Sage Dolan-Sandrino. Among this year’s speakers are Chase Strangio, Dominique Morgan, and Schuyler Bailar who were recently announced as Grand Marshals at this year’s NYC Pride March. This official NYC Pride Rally event comes at a time when conversation, education and activism is needed most.

Vyce Pride After Work Mixer
5pm-1am, $0-$15, Tribeca Social, 6 Murray St, vycenyc.com. You asked for #AfterWork vibez… they heard you! Link up with old friends and meet new ones at the Vyce Pride Kick-Off event. Enjoy delicious food, cocktails, hookah, and DJs spinning house, Latin, R&B, Soca, and Afro-beats. Free entry until 9pm. $15 after at the door only (no adv tix). Sections available for purchase at vycepride.com. Free street parking, Train: E, W, R, ro City Hall. A, C to Chambers St. For more info contact: @nydreamgyrl @lovergirlnyc.

Henrietta Hudson: Fletcher Record Release Party and Dance With Us Fridays
6pm-4am, Henrietta Hudson, 438 Hudson St (at Morton St), henriettahudson.com. Get to Henrietta Hudson early for an epic record release party (from 6pm-9pm) for singer and songwriter Fletcher! Stay late for a sizzling Friday night party! NYC’s hottest rotating DJs keep the party hot and fresh every week. Tonight, DJs Stacy and Mariko rule the decks. Henrietta Hudson is a queer human space built by lesbians. All are welcome.

Queer Play: LGBTQ Game Night: Pride Edition
5:30pm-9:30pm, $10- $20, Slate NY, 54 W 21st St, eventbrite.com. Kick off the weekend with an upscale gaming and cocktail Happy Hour experience. Meet other members of our LGBTQ community and share fun times. Dress code: trendy and casual.

LGBT Network Friday Night Out
6pm-9pm, see website for details, LGBT Network Hauppauge Center, 125 Kennedy Dr, Suite 100, Hauppauge, NY, lgbtnetwork.org. The original Friday Night Out is back LIVE in person at the LGBT Network Hauppauge Community Center! LGBT youth come together to build community, express themselves and feel empowered!

Absolutely: Drag Spectacular – Pride!
6:30pm-9:30pm, $15-$30, House of Yes, 2 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn, houseofyes.org, eventbrite.com. Kick off your pride weekend right by giving yourself over to Absolutely: A Drag Spectacular, told in three acts. Join them as they dive deep into the gayest void ever, treating you to a theatrical spectacle that brings the brilliance of drag center stage. Fall into their sinfully luxurious world of queer spectacle as they whisk your through sparkling night of drag, glamour, brilliance, and uncanny joy, Led by sinister-sauve MC-Ringmaster-demon, God Complex.

Fridays at Cubbyhole
7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to kick off Pride Weekend than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Lesbian Social Network
7:30pm-9pm, $5 suggested donation; more if you can, less if you can’t, loftgaycenter.org/lesbian_social_network_lsn. The Lesbian Social Network (LSN) is an open topic group run by a trained peer facilitator for women aged 18 and older, who identify as lesbian, bisexual, queer, or are questioning their sexuality. This group meets every Friday evening. Due to COVID-19, the group will be meeting virtually until further notice.

2022 Love Above All Ball
9pm-2am, see website for tickets, The Rainbow Room, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 65th fl, nycpride.org/event/2022-love-above-all-ball. In partnership with Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride, Rockefeller Center will host this celebration of Pride benefitting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Featuring cocktails, a chef-curated menu, headline performances, special guests, and music from DJ Honey Davenport. Kick off Pride Weekend and join them for an incredible evening.

Hot Rabbit’s PRIDAY
9pm-4am, $30-$50, 42 D’Or, 512 W 42nd St, hotrabbit.com. You can’t miss Hot Rabbit’s biggest queer dance party of the year in a massive 15,000 sq. ft. super club! An official Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride partner event, featuring beats by DJ Mary Mac and DJ Monstar, vogue by the House Of Oricci, performances by Honey Burlesque, and vocalist/Look Queen/emcee ~ Andrew Barret Cox. VIP area with bottle service. Must be 21 and vaccinated. Huge lounge rooms and a GO Magazine photo booth! Local queer vendors. Sponsored by GO Magazine.

CLUB BOYYYISH PRIDE
10pm-4am, free before 11pm, $10 after, Jupiter Disco, 1237 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, jupiterdisco.com. club boyyyish celebrates PRIDE at Jupiter Disco with a night of techno, trance, and hyperpop! Featuring a special live set from left pop artist Girl_irl and Threads Radio resident DJ Blasfemmeous.

FLIRT
10pm-4am, $15 and up, The Brazen Tavern, 356 W 44th St, exclusive-dj-missy-b.ticketleap.com/flirt-pride-nyc. The grown and sexy experience! Celebrate Pride in NYC and LEZ FLIRT with Pride colors. Also celebrating The Queen of NJ, Ms. Theresa’s Birthday. Brought to you by NYC Unity Pride. Featuring music by DJ Missy B, DJ Craig Nice, and DJ Nubian. Contact Info: DJ Missy B @DJmissyb.

HustlaBall – Lollipop
10pm, see website for tickets, Polygon BK, hustlaball.com, nycpride.org/event/hustlaball. In partnership with Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride, Fabrice Marino and Free Radical Design Group bring HustlaBall back to where this historic party started more than 20 years ago. Join them for a night of celebration and sexiness. Music by MORABITO, Karsten Sollors, Bomba Zeen, Bare Naked, and Vescovo. Live acts from the hottest “lollipops” in the adult entertainment industry.

HER: Pride Disco Diner
10pm, $30–$50, Time Out Market New York, 55 Water St, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. Join HER, the queerest pride in NYC, for an unforgettable Pride night, full of amazing disco and pop music, incredible drag shows, hot babes to make out with, and the fullest expression of freedom and queer celebration you have ever experienced in this city. Dancing and shows inside and outside, right on top of the beautiful Time Out Market overlooking the east river and the gorgeous Manhattan skyline. To top it all off, the incredible Tatiana, from RuPaul’s Drag Race will be headlining this event, hosting, and giving you incredible shows.

Frisky – Wonderful World
12am, see website for tickets, The Meadows, 17 Meadow St, Brooklyn, jceventsinternational.com, nycpride.org/event/frisky-wonderful-world. Brought to you by JC Events (in partnership with Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride), Frisky, the sexiest party in NYC returns for a magical and sparkly celebration of Pride with international DJs, live performances, and hot Brazilian beats. Doors open at midnight, and they’ll party through the night!

SATURDAY JUN 25

Front Runners New York LGBT Pride Run 4M
8:30am, $35, Central Park, nyrr.org/races/frontrunnersnewyorklgbtpriderun4m. Celebrate your pride and show solidarity with the LGBTQIA+ community by participating in the Front Runners New York LGBT Pride Run 4M. The first Pride Run, held in Central Park in 1982, was a landmark race and marked the start of an enduring collaboration among Front Runners New York, New York Road Runners, and the City of New York. The race continues to celebrate LGBTQIA+ pride and the ongoing movement toward equality, diversity, and inclusiveness. The race will start on East Drive near East 69th Street and complete a full counterclockwise lap of the park. After completing the six-mile loop of the park, runners will turn left onto the 72nd Street Transverse toward the finish line.

Rainbows on the Hudson
11am-5pm, register in advance, Hudson River, ksasailing.org, nycpride.org/event/rainbows-on-the-hudson. In partnership with Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride, Rainbows on the Hudson will gather north of the Statue of Liberty and lunch there. They will then line up and head north up the Hudson River to show their colors. Knickerbocker Sailing Association promotes LGBTQ awareness and inclusiveness on the water.

Hester Street Fair Pride Market
11am-6pm, open to the public, Pier 17, hesterstreetfair.com/events/pride-market, nycpride.org/event/hester-street-fair. In partnership with Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride, Hester Street Fair Pride Market is outdoors to celebrate Pride Weekend with a roster of LGBTQIA+ owned and operated businesses. Shop and engage with vendors and special programmers, dance the day away to the music of Bill Coleman, and see a live performance or two.

Central New York Pride Festival and Parade
11am-5pm, free, Inner Harbor, Syracuse, NY, cnypride.org/pride2022. The CNY Pride Parade takes place between 11am and 12pm. Line up on the sidewalks along Solar Street and West Kirkpatrick Street to watch! Featuring Grand Marshall Tyler Johnson and so many amazing members of our community! Enjoy a day-long slate of activities and entertainment at the Main Stage, Inner Harbor Amphitheater.

NYC Pride: Youth Pride
12pm, free, Rumsey Playfield, Central Park near E 71st St, nycpride.org/event/youth-pride. An official Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride event, Youth Pride is a fully in-person celebration of and for LGBTQIA+ and ally teens.Taylor Bennett is the headliner along with co-hosts Ezra Michel and Ruba Wilson. Youth Pride returns to Rumsey Playfield at Central Park in partnership with founding sponsor Target, It Gets Better, and GLSEN.

Harlem Pride 2022 Celebration Day
12pm-6pm, free, 12th Ave and W 135th St, harlempride.org. They’re back! Harlem Pride 2022 #TheReturn! The Harlem Pride Celebration Day is an event the whole family will enjoy. While certainly an event steeped in celebration, it serves as theirgreatest opportunity to disseminate information and provide services to their constituents, including referrals for health, legal and financial services, and on-the-spot testing for communicable diseases. It has also served as a ripe opportunity to welcome and educate the community-at-large about the SGL-LGBTQ community. Come and join the fun!

Shop PRIDE: A Queer Pop-Up Shop
1pm-7pm, free, New Women Space, 188 Woodpoint Rd, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. Come support small and LGBTQIA+ business owners for this month’s Pop-Up Shop. Join them for an amazing in-person event! This afternoon, New Women Space becomes a vibrant retail location supporting small and LGBTQIA+ businesses. In honor of Pride month, they’ll be centering queer, trans, nonbinary, and femme entrepreneurs. Come shop amazing businesses. This event supports everyone doing their best to push their passion and products forward.

Pride Book Sale: “Women of Cubbyhole A to Z”
2pm, Cubbyhole, 281 W 12th St, 212-243-9041, cubbyholebar.com. Books for sale outside Cubbyhole Bar at a special price for Pride: a 25 percent discount, $28. The book is a combination coffee table and comic book, with a salute to the old lesbian pulp fiction titles. Written and designed by Marcia Gilbert. Also Jun 26 @ 12pm.

NYC Pride: Teaze
2pm-6pm, $25-$40, 3 Dollar Bill, 260 Meserole St, Brooklyn, nycpride.org/event/teaze. A unique NYC Pride party organized by Heritage of Pride, “teazing” some of the most diverse party experiences NYC has to offer! Dance the day away with music from a mix of beloved DJs and performers at one of the most inclusive party venues in Brooklyn. Experience four queer parties during this daytime event, centering on queer BIPOC individuals in the LGBTQIA+ community.

Greenburgh Pride Rally
2pm-5pm, free, Dobbs Ferry Waterfront Park, 87 Ogden Park, Dobbs Ferry, NY, greenburghpride.org. Join Greenburgh Pride to support the queer and trans community with advocacy, music, dancing, food, crafts, and fun! Greenburgh Pride is a trans*-led, justice-oriented online resource center for LGBTQIA2S+ liberation and empowerment. Questions? Email greenburghhumanrights@gmail.com.

NYC Pride: Fantasy Days
2pm, $60 and up, Harbor NYC Rooftop, 621 W 46th St, nycpride.org/event/fantasy-days. Fantasy Days is Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride’s iconic circuit party, with rotating DJs, an enhanced VIP experience, and pop up performances that will tap into your wildest fantasy. Join them as they dance the day away on one of the most legendary rooftops in New York City. The event is set to return with an amazing lineup of circuit DJ’s, dancers, and much more.

NYC Pride: Pride Island
2pm, $85 and up, Governors Island, nycpride.org/event/pride-island. Organized by Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride, Pride Island is the premiere LGBTQIA+ music festival experience of NYC Pride Weekend. For the first time ever, celebrate with them in their new location on Governors Island. Headliners: Kim Petras and Lil’ Kim join Shenseea, Netta, Raye, and Papi Juice. Also Jun 26 at 10pm.

Disco Pride on the Hudson
2:30pm-7pm, $35-$500, Pier 40 Hornblower Cruises and Events, 353 West St, eventbrite.com. Be PROUD of who you are! Come dance the day away with iBoatNYC. Get aboard the #1 concert cruise in New York City to celebrate Pride weekend while enjoying the best views! Grab your best friends and celebrate Pride while you indulge in breathtaking views of New York Harbor! While on board, be sure to check out their fully stocked bar. Order drinks straight to your table or at the bar.

Get Wrecked & Carry – Pride
Doors open 3pm, curfew 5am, $50 plus service fees, Elsewhere, 599 Johnson Ave, Brooklyn, elsewherebrooklyn.com. Celebrate at Elsewhere with Pride taking over the entire venue! Featuring: Ash Lauryn, Baronhawk Poitier, Deputy, Jacq Jill, Justin Cudmore, Kim Ann Foxman, Lakuti, Massimiliano Pagliara, Physical Therapy, Rich King, Sean B, Tama Sumo, The Carry Nation, and Wrecked! Must show proof of vaccination. This is a 21 and over event. If sold out, join the waitlist. Presented by Elsewhere.

Posh Weekend – Saturday Day Party
4pm, $30-$90, see website for tickets, Nebula, 135 W 41st St, nycpride.org/event/posh-weekend. Exec Eventz is an official Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride partner, hosting two of the most anticipated events of NYC Pride and taking over two of NYC’s best venues: Nebula, the 10,000 sq. ft. immersive nightclub for their Saturday Day Party and Somewhere Nowhere, the ultra lux rooftop of the Renaissance Hotel in Chelsea for the Sunday Day Party, immediately after the parade.

The Pynk Day Party
4pm-10pm, $20 adv (limited) $25 gen adm, The Dean NYC, 214 W 39th St, vycenyc.com. Vyce NYC Pride presents The PYNK: the biggest PRIDE 2022 Day Party in NYC. Turn up at The Dean NYC and join us. They bring the LGBTQIA+BIPOC community together for one epic weekend! They have several hosts that will guarantee to keep the energy level up and they also have some exotic entertainment lined up. Food, bottle service and sections available for purchase. Beats by:DJ RichRatedR, DJ Reef, and DJ Funkyhousereggaeparty. Hosted by @djpaedae and @smplyfab___. Contact: @nydreamgyrl @lovergirlnyc @girlytheceo.

Planet Pride
4:30pm, $170 and up, Avant Gardner, 140 Stewart Ave, Brooklyn, planetprideny.com, nycpride.org/event/planet-pride. Partnered with Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride, Planet Pride is a full takeover of Avant Gardner and Brooklyn Mirage. This one-of-a-kind experience spans three stages with mind-blowing talent, cutting-edge art, immersive experiences, and surprises! Whether you like house, circuit, pop, drag, or techno, Planet Pride will have a stage for you!

The Dyke March
5pm, free, step off from Bryant Park, nycdykemarch.com. The NYC Dyke March is a demonstration of our First Amendment right to protest and takes place without permits or sponsors. Thousands of Dykes take the streets each year in celebration of our beautiful and diverse Dyke lives, to highlight the presence of Dykes within our community, and in protest of the discrimination, harassment, and violence we face in schools, on the job, and in our communities. Any person who identifies as a dyke is welcome to march regardless of gender expression or identity, sex assigned at birth, sexual orientation, race, age, political affiliation, religious identity, ability, class, or immigration status.

Queers Love Cannabis: A Black & Queer Potnic
5pm-12am, donation, Herbert Von King Park, 670 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. Looking for a chill vibe this Pride Weekend? Are you a canna-enthusiast? Pop out to BK before the parade and join Queers Love Cannabis: A Black & Queer Potnic for their first outdoor pop up. Bring your chairs and blankets; there will be vendors, refreshments and more.

House of Yes Presents Glitterbox: Pride!
7pm-3am, $25–$150, Under the K, Gardner Ave/Thomas St, Brooklyn, houseofyes.org, eventbrite.com. House of Yes welcomes GLITTERBOX to the Summer of Love series, bringing PRIDE to life with an epic, open-air, one-day festival of freedom and fierceness, featuring the finest curation of sound and dance music ever. Glitz to the nines, live your best glitter life from sunset into the deep beat of the night. Music by Louie Vega, Tedd Patterson, Rimarkable, and Anna Collecta.

Whiipped Cabaret: Vyce NYC’s Pride Party 2022
7pm doors, show 8pm-10pm, $35–$150, Madame X, 94 W. Houston St, whiipped.com, vycenyc.com. Are you ready to see Whiipped in rare form? Are you ready to get Whiipped? Be prepared for an evening you will never forget. The infamous Whiipped live show has returned to the Big Apple, and they can’t wait to give you a taste of Whiipped Cabaret! Come with an open mind and a passion for sexual entertainment. Reach out to the producers on Instagram for more information: @nydreamgyrlevents @girlytheceo @lovergirlnyc. Must be 21 or over to attend.

Queers of Noise Dyke March After Party: Love Is Love
7:30pm-11:30pm, $12–$15, Berlin Under A, 25 Ave A, berlinundera.com. Katrina del Mar is excited to announce the electrifying lineup for “Queers of Noise Dyke March Afterparty: LOVE IS LOVE” the ONLY live music Dyke March After Party in NYC for Pride 2022. Come bang your head, riot grrrls to the front, punk bands, radical queer poets, and female-led rock bands as they celebrate the return of queercore trailblazers, Triple Creme, with Tracy City, Themme, and the Queers of Noise supergroup: fronted by very special guests Pamela Sneed, BETTY, Michael Love Michael, Sarah FM, Nussy Andrews, and more to be announced!

Glo in the City: POC Queer Pride Comedy Show
8:15pm, free, donations encouraged, Daily Press Coffee House and Bar, 38 Somers St, Ocean Hill, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. Hosted by Glo Butler, this comedy extravaganza features music by LADYBoi and a slate of talented POC queer comedians from SNL, Comedy Central, HBO, Disney+ and more! Daily Press has great drink specials all night!. Laugh, dance, and go!

Henrietta Hudson: Dance With Us Saturdays
9pm-4am, Henrietta Hudson, 438 Hudson St (at Morton St), henriettahudson.com Every Saturday night at the all-new Henrietta Hudson, it’s an epic Saturday night party! And that’s especially true on the eve of Pride! NYC’s hottest rotating DJs keep the party hot and fresh every week. Tonight, DJs MO and Tatiana will grace the decks and keep the jams pumping. Henrietta Hudson is a queer human space built by lesbians. All are welcome.

Katch Me If You Can Pride Weekend
9pm-4am, $20, Katch Astoria, 31-19 Newtown Ave, Queens, eventbrite.com. Join LasReinas and Cynthia Russo for Pride Month at Katch Me If You Can. If you are looking to have some fun and be around grown and sexy women, then this is the place to be. This year, as every year, things are going to get wild! Join them at this beautiful venue with a patio! Hosted By Crazy Maria and featuring NYC’s hottest female DJs rocking the dance floor!

Rainbow Brite: Secret Loft Pride Party
9pm-3am, $15, Secret Loft, 137 W 14th St (buzzer Secret Loft, 2nd fl.), eventbrite.com. A colorful, euphoric, dance party with aerialists, go-go dancers, and DJs! Dress up in your wildest, most colorful party regalia and werk it on their dance floor, in the heart of Greenwich Village with live entertainment and house, disco, and Pride anthems all night.

Karma Pride
9pm-4am, $25-$45, Karma Sutra NYC, 51 1st Ave, spicenyc.com, eventbrite.com. Spice NYC and Danielle Presents team up to bring you the most exclusive and highly anticipated Pride event in New York City: KARMA PRIDE! Located in the heart of NYC’s East Village, Karma Pride will be housing wall-to-wall hundreds of women for pride weekend. Karma is a bi-level nightclub with honey burlesque go-go dancers and VIP bottle service. Music by DJ Nikki Lions and DJ RosyQ.

Feelin’ Cute: Dyke Beer’s Unofficial Dyke March After Party
9pm-1am, free, RSVP requested, Wandering Barman, 315 Meserole St, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. This is Dyke Beer’s Unofficial Dyke March After Party! Come to this sexy bar for a free event and enjoy draft cocktails, including Dyke Beer. Chill, sexy vibe. Walking distance to 3 Dollar Bill. Please RSVP beforehand.

Vyce New York City Pride 2022: Red Light Special Sat. Night Party
10pm-4am, $25–$150, Madame X, 94 W. Houston St, vycenyc.com. Red Light Special me, please!? Enjoy a time out getting sexy while no one is watching… or are they? Vyce NYC Pride is taking you all to Madame X for a night of fun and guilty pleasures! 2 levels/outdoor patio/bottle service/hookah. Join them as they bring the LGBTQIA+BIPOC community together for one epic weekend! They have several hosts that will guarantee to keep the energy level up and they also have some exotic entertainment lined up. Beats by: DJ Unkdaboss, DJ Honey & DJ MIss M. Early bird tickets will sell out! Presented by: @nydreamgyrl @lovergirlnyc
@girlytheceo @whiipped_production.

bklyn boihood 2022 Pride Party
10pm, $25–$35, The Bell House, 149 7th St, Brooklyn,eventbrite.com. Join bklyn boihood for their annual Pride party! Since 2010, bklyn boihood’s dance floors have been a sacred space for Black, queer, and trans folks to be in community with each other, and to feel safe, seen, and celebrated! The venue is wheelchair accessible. Email them if you have special needs or requirements that they may accommodate in the space at: info@bklynboihood.com.

718 Sessions Gay Pride Celebration 2022
10pm-4am, $15-$30, Good Room, 98 Meserole Ave, Brooklyn, goodroombk.com. 718 Sessions is celebrating Gay Pride, featuring the one and only DANNY KRIVIT! ALL NIGHT LONG! Doors open at 10pm. $5 for the first 100 people before 11pm! $15-$20 limited advance tickets on Resident Advisor. $30 at the door.

Hot Rabbit Presents Bad Habit Pride
11pm-5am, $25 and up, 3 Dollar Bill, 260 Meserole St, Brooklyn, hotrabbit.com. On Pride Saturday night, Bad Habit Pride is the official Dyke March After Party! Hot Rabbit’s infamous monthly bash kicks it up a notch for Pride! Join NYC’s hottest queer party collective and hundreds of NYC Dyke Marshals for a night full of dance, music, art, and eye-popping performances. Watch the fiercest vogue by legendary dancers from the House of Oricci and Babylon! Get down to L.A.’s DJ Les Ortiz and NYC’s own DJ Illexxandra! Incredible performances include drag princess VanityQ, burlesque queen Scarlett Snow, vocalist emcee with the mostest Andrew Barret Cox, and some very special surprises! Part of all proceeds will directly benefit NYC Dyke March, working to highlight the presence of dykes in our community. Vaccinated only. All genders are welcome!

All-White Pride Midnight Cruise
11:30pm- 3:30am, see website for tickets and details, Harmony Yacht, 2430 FDR Drive (East Side @ 23rd Street), exclusive-dj-missy-b.ticketleap.com. Unity Pride presents the Pride Midnight Cruise. Dresscode is all-white attire with a splash of color. There will be a complimentary buffet and DJs: Missy B, Craig Nice, Legendary DJ Sedrick, and a special guest.

SUNDAY JUN 26 – HAPPY PRIDE

NYC Pride: The March
12pm, free, 25th St and 5th Ave, nycpride.org/event/nyc-pride-march. Organized by Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride, the 53rd NYC Pride March will begin at 25th Street and 5th Ave. Marchers will proceed south on 5th Ave before heading west on 8th Street. After crossing over 6th Ave, the March will continue on Christopher Street passing the Stonewall National Monument. Ts Madison, Punkie Johnson, Schuyler Bailar, Dominique Morgan, and Chase Strangio will head this year’s celebration, with Angelica Ross returning for a second year as co-host and featured performer of the broadcast special on ABC-7.

NYC Pride: PrideFest
11am, free and open to the public, Greenwich Village, nycpride.org/event/pridefest. Organized by Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride, the annual Pridefest is always teeming with unique vendors that enhance the experience for festival attendees. Just a few blocks from the Pride March, this street festival includes a full entertainment stage, interactive family area, and curated food lineup.

Rockland Pride Tea Dance
12pm-4pm, free, Hotel Nyack, 400 High Ave, Nyack, NY, rocklandpridecenter.org. Prepare to get your dance on at the Rockland Pride Tea Dance. Mid-afternoon dancing and celebrating a wonderful Pride Month! No cover. Enjoy a cash bar and restaurant. Reservations recommended: 845-675-8740.

Pride Sunday at the Stonewall Inn
1pm-4am, The Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher St, thestonewallinnnyc.com. Spend Pride Sunday in NYC where Pride began! Is there any other place you’d rather be? Outdoor seating is available, but the crowds will be thick at this national historic landmark. You must be 21 to drink and a proper ID is required. Come celebrate Pride in NYC with our friends from around the corner and those from around the world.

Occupy Hudson Street: 31st Annual Pride Party @ Henrietta Hudson
2pm-4am, free, Henrietta Hudson, 438 Hudson St (at Morton St), henriettahudson.com. Henrietta Hudson, a queer human space built by lesbians, boasts their 31st Annual Pride Party as thousands occupy Hudson Street in the historic West Village. This is the “go to” spot and Queer Central for gals who love gals, their friends, and allies. Four of NYC’s finest DJs are gonna raise the roof: DJ 32LVS, DJ Mary Mac, DJ Stacy, and DJ Mariko. So, this is the place to dance your ass off, flirt with an international crowd, or mix and mingle with friends.

NYC Pride: Bliss Days
2pm, Harbor NYC Rooftop, 621 W 46th St, nycpride.org/event/bliss-days. Join Heritage of Pride at Bliss Days (formerly Femme Fatale) in love, light and appreciation for womxn in our community! Enjoy rotating DJ’s, dancers, pop up performances, and special guest appearances at this highly anticipated party event. Featuring DJ Spinelli, Tru Violet, Boston Cherry, and Rhonda Rox.

NYC Queer Liberation March
2pm-5pm, free, donations encouraged, Foley Square, reclaimpridenyc.org. The Queer Liberation March for trans and BIPOC freedom, reproductive justice, and bodily autonomy will step off starting in Foley Square. The NYC Queer Liberation March is a march for our lives, our bodies, and our agency. They are marching for respect, for visibility, for our communities; marching against fascism, racism, sexism, ageism, phobias, both within and throughout civil societies in 2022.

Re-United Pride 2022
3pm-11pm, $30, HK Hall, 605 W. 48th St, reunitedpride2022.ticketleap.com/hkhall. One of the sexiest pride events for lesbian, queer, trans and non-binary individuals. Cynthia Russo, Stacy Lentz of the Stonewall Inn, Lori of LasReinas and Kate of LovergirlNYC present this year’s Pride event at HK Hall. Dine, drink, dance and mingle at this spacious and state-of-the-art nightclub. Expect high energy, sexy vibes, amazing DJs, live performances, and gorgeous eye candy! Music by DJ Mary Mac, DJ Lena, DJ RosyQ, and DJ Miss M. Live performances by recording artists Ariana Castelli and Keeana Kee with Mila Tina. Featured dancers; Scarlett Snow with Honey Burlesque. Hosted by Crazy Maria and Scope Tonight. 2 floors, 4 DJs, 4 bars, 15 bathrooms! Kitchen open all day and all night. Drink and bottle specials!

Queer Garden Pride Sunday
2pm-10pm, $30-$750, TailGate Outdoor Sports Bar, 86 N 11th St, Brooklyn, whitneyday.com. For the 10th consecutive year, DJ Whitney Day brings you the most highly anticipated Pride Sunday event in NYC. Celebrate with 1,500-plus queer women and LGBTQIA+ fam in a 24,000 sq. ft. outdoor playground. Featuring kick-ass queer DJs, food trucks, go-go dancers, VIP cabanas, live performances, special guests, giant games, multiple bars, and drink specials!

Posh Weekend – Sunday Day Party
See website for details, $30-$90, Somewhere Nowhere, 112 W 25th St, nycpride.org/event/posh-weekend. Exec Eventz is an official Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride partner, hosting two of the most anticipated events of NYC Pride and taking over two of NYC’s best venues: Nebula for their Saturday Day Party and Somewhere Nowhere, the ultra lux rooftop of Chelsea’s Renaissance Hotel for the Sunday Day Party, immediately after the parade.
Bedford, Lewisboro, and Pound Ridge Pride in the Park
2pm-6pm, Onatru Farm Park, 99 Elmwood Rd, South Salem, NY, facebook
.com/LewisboroCelebratesPride. Celebrate Pride in South Salem with a drag queen story hour, pet Pride parade, flag ceremony, food trucks, community fair, a comedy showcase, and fun!

Hot Rabbit’s Triple Crown Daytime Rooftop Party
3pm-10pm, $20-$25, Elsewhere Rooftop, 599 Johnson Ave, Brooklyn, hotrabbit.com. An official NYC Pride partner event! You asked for it and they are ready to deliver the Triple Crown to your Pride weekend: a Sunday Rooftop Party by Hot Rabbit LGBTQ events! They have access to the beautiful Elsewhere Brooklyn Rooftop overlooking the city skyline, and a giant indoor space (The Hall) available just in case of bad weather. No rain outs for this party! Get down to DJ vibes from the West Coast (DJ Tatiana) and East Coast (DJs Roze Royze and Natural State)! Watch sexy go-go and vogue magic by Honey Burlesque and the Houses of Oricci and Babylon! Also some special surprise performances! All while sipping frozen margs and jammin’ in the summer breeze. What a way to end your Pride Weekend! Vaccinated only. Must be 21 or over.

Unity Pride & Vyce NY Pride 2022 Grand Finale
4pm-3am, free until 5pm, $25 until 8pm, $20 adv, $30 after, Slate, 54 W 21st St, vycenyc.com, unity-pride.ticketleap.com. Hosted by Girly of Whiipped Prod. and MC Lucky Da Boss, “Let’s Party toGAYther” at Slate. A portion of the proceeds will be donated in support of the LGBTQIA community. Enjoy food, VIP sections, exotic entertainment. Beats by: DJ Mary Mac, DJ Deluxxe, DJ June, DJ Honey, and DJ Reef. Boatride ticket holders $20 until 8pm (must show proof of purchase). For more info, contact: @nydreamgyrl or @girlytheceo.

Pride Sunday at Ginger’s
5pm-1am, no cover, 363 5th Ave (5th and 6th Sts) Brooklyn, instagram.com/gingersbarbrooklyn. Ginger’s Bar is Brooklyn’s neighborhood pub for all the peeps 365 gay days a year! And it’s the hottest destination in Brooklyn after Pride in Manhattan. Gather with friends old and new, and keep the party going at the historic queer/Irish owned and operated Ginger’s!

WOW + Alegria Pride 2022
6pm-6am, $160 and up, Avant Gardner, 140 Stewart Ave, Brooklyn, nycpride.org/event/alegria-pride-2022. In partnership with Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride, Alegria Pride 2022 takes over the Avant Gardner with WOW, The Alegria Outdoor Spectacular. As an Official NYC Pride partner event, this is the biggest Alegria production of the year. Two events in one, WOW + Alegria at Avant Gardner: WOW, the Alegria Outdoor Spectacular, in the Brooklyn Mirage and Alegria indoors in The Great Hall. Gates open at 6pm for WOW and ALEGRIA starts at 11pm. Both events go until 6am, so this is a 12-hour day and night Pride celebration. If you were there for WorldPride, expect the same caliber of event. If you were not, that’s one more reason not to miss this one.

Concerts on the Hill
6pm-8:30pm, $5-$7, kids and teens free, Christ Church, 59 Church Rd, Easton, CT, eastonctpride.org. Outdoor Pride-themed summer concert series at Christ Church in Easton. Bring the whole family and a BYOB picnic or buy drinks and visit the food truck onsite.

Pride After Party: Amber Valentine | Boyyyish
8pm-2am, $0–$20, House of X, 215 Chrystie St, houseofx.nyc. House of X presents a Pride After Party, where you can celebrate on the dance floor! Calling all: Queens, dolls, dandies, studs, soft butches, hard femmes, gender benders, gay goddexxes, pillow princesses, and all of you wonderful queer humans! Dance your ass off to uplifting, prideful music that feeds your queer body and soul. Music and magic: Amber Valentine, boyyyish. Performance art absurdity. Visuals and vibes. Bring your rainbow realness, glitter glam, fierce fashion—or a post-parade, sweet, sweaty mess. They welcome it ALL on this Proud AF dance floor.

House of Yes Presents: PROUD
8pm-3am, $0-$15, House of Yes, 2 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn, houseofyes.org. Calling all: Queens, dolls, dandies, studs, soft butches, hard femmes, gender benders, gay goddexxes, pillow princesses, and ALL OF YOU WONDERFUL QUEER HUMANS! PROUD is living our loudest, proudest, most expressive life. Babes of every flavor dancing together. One campy community. Loving each other, one another, and our beautiful selves. Queer the floor. Get your drag on. Take a deep dive into the gender blender. Present your ecstatic sexpression expression impression of everything or anyone you ever wanted to be. Music by James Patterson and Horrorchata.

MONDAY JUN 27

Tribal Fever Afterhours
5am-1pm, $60 and up, Polygon BK, 299 Vandervort Ave, Brooklyn, nycpride.org/event/tribal-fever-afterhours. In partnership with Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride, Fever returns on Monday morning as the Official After Hours of NYC Pride! Spend eight hours of pure magic in their volcanic island-themed paradise, where you’ll see walls melt like lava, meet exotic animals, and celebrate Pride with your chosen family. For this momentous occasion they’re going bigger than ever with three dance areas and six DJs! They have a record for turning up the heat with multiple areas, international DJs, state-of-the-art sound, and immersive projections at NYC’s only afterhours complex, Polygon. Just three minutes from The Brooklyn Mirage and Avant Gardner.

Monday Happy Hour at Cubbyhole
4pm-7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. Keep celebrating Pride at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name! Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Dyking Out
7pm, see website for details, The Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher St, thestonewallinnnyc.com. Dyke out on the last Monday of every month! Celebrate queer joy with laughter at the historic Stonewall Inn. Join hosts Carolyn Bergier and Melody Kamali, of the popular Dyking Out podcast, as they invite past guests and some of their favorite acts for a night a queer and hilarious comedy.

Broadway Sings
8pm, $40 and up, Sony Hall, Paramount Hotel, 235 W 46th St, nycpride.org/event/broadway-sings, broadwaysingsconcert.com. In partnership with Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride, Broadway Sings brings you the concert event of the year, honoring pop icon and LGBTQA+ ally Taylor Swift. Broadway Sings rearranges pop stars’ hits to highlight the spectacular vocals of major Broadway stars, backed by a full orchestra playing original orchestrations. Produced and directed by Corey Mach (Wicked, Kinky Boots), with music direction and arrangements by Joshua Stephen Kartes. Come out to hear this iconic music sung in a fresh, new way by the best voices Broadway has to offer.

Honey Dew
10pm, $12.30, C’mon Everybody, 325 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, cmoneverybody.com. It’s HONEY DEW! A multimedia, multidisciplinary comedic foray from Honey Pluton. Join them every 2nd and 4th Monday for laughs and love from them and their funniest friends.

TUESDAY JUN 28

Tuesday Happy Hour at Cubbyhole
4pm-7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to hang on a Tuesday than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Mingle with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Tuesdays at Ginger’s Bar
5pm, free, Ginger’s, 363 5th Ave (btw 5th and 6th Sts), Brooklyn, gingersbarbklyn.com. Celebrate your Tuesday evening at Brooklyn’s friendliest neighborhood lesbian bar! Beers, bois, babes, friends, and music.

Smithtown’s 1st Annual Pride Family Picnic
5:30pm, free, Hoyt Farm Nature Preserve, 200 New Hwy, Commack, NY, lgbtnetwork.org. Pack a picnic basket for your family and join LGBT Network at the Hoyt Farm Nature Preserve Pavilion in Commack for a Pride Family Picnic with music, games, snacks, and family pride! Partnering organizations including Smithtown Anti-Bias Task Force, Smithtown Youth Bureau, and Free Mom Hugs. For more information, contact Camille at climongelli@lgbtnetwork.org.

15th Annual All-Ivy and Friends Post-Pride LGBTQ Mixer
6pm-9pm, $45, $20 students and 2022 grads, Yale Club of New York City, 50 Vanderbilt Ave, yalegala.org. Join them for the 15th Annual All-Ivy and Friends Post-Pride LGBTQ Mixer in The Yale Club’s beautiful Grand Ballroom. A great way to continue celebrating Pride Month in NYC. Catch up with old friends and meet new ones as you enjoy an open bar (wine, beer, juice, soft drinks) and a bountiful buffet of food. They invite alumni from Yale, Ivy League, Seven Sisters, Stanford, NYU, Duke, UVA, Georgetown, Williams, Amherst, UCLA, and alumni from any school for this spectacular evening. Dress code: business casual.

Rainbow Ink: A Queer Creative Writing Circle
6:30pm, LGBT Network – Queens LGBT Center, 35-11 35th Ave, Queens, lgbtnetwork.org. Join their creative writing circle for LGBTQ+ people! They start their sessions with brief introductions, then announce the theme for the session, free write, and share amongst their group! They invite humble novices and experienced writers.

Discography: Carly Rae Jepsen
10pm, free, C’mon Everybody, 325 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, cmoneverybody.com. As a finale to Pride month, Discography is celebrating Canadian pop icon Carly Rae Jepsen. With a strong LGBTQ following, Miss Jepsen is a perfect choice to round out a fabulous month of queer joy. See you on the dance floor! Hosted by Nicky O. Music by Jo Disco. Performances by Julie J, Chase Runaway, Mini Horrorwitz, Necklace, and Miss Ma’amshe.

WEDNESDAY JUN 29

Near Miss: Katja Farin
1pm-7pm, free, Bureau of General Services—Queer Division, The Center, 208 W 13th St, bgsqd.com. The BGSQD is proud to present Near Miss, a solo exhibition of new paintings by Katja Farin, curated by Ashton Cooper. In Farin’s paintings, depictions of physical contact (or the absence thereof) are often the sites of explorations of their relationships to people, the environment, and other beings. Hands in particular are used to visualize care and attempts at forging bonds with others or one’s self. They are also emblematic of emotional states, enacting bodily languages of togetherness, alienation, and everything in between. On view thru Sep 11.

Hump Day Happy Hour at Cubbyhole Bar
4pm-7pm, no cover, 281 W 12th St, 212-243-9041, cubbyholebar.com. The friendly neighborhood bar, The Cubbyhole, is a lively gathering space for the LBGTQ+, welcoming all to have fun, meet new people, or hang with old friends while enjoying a drink and tunes on the famous jukebox! Specials, well drinks, wine, and beer. For more information, message on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Brooklyn Botanic Gardens Pride Picnic Night
6pm-8:30pm, free for members, $10, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 990 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, bbg.org/visit/event/members_picnic_night. Come sip Dyke Beer and chill in this gorgeous garden and celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month with BBG! Enjoy an outdoor story time with Drag Story Hour, join a birding meetup with NYC Queer Birders, and refresh yourself with a cash bar while you picnic in the Garden.

Cirque Du Squirt: Queer Utopia
7pm, $25–$40, 3 Dollar Bill, 260 Meserole St, Brooklyn, lolajean.com/cirquedusquirt. (If John Waters and Annie Sprinkle had a baby who ran off to the circus…) They’ve elevated their kinky carnival to new heights. If you thought past Cirque du Squirt’s were gay and campy, just wait till you see their Queer Utopia. Lola Jean performs LIVE on stage. Feral freaks and quirky queers performing all night, including: Allie St Surreal (Disasterpiece Theater) Glow Job (House of Yes) Theydy Bed Bug (Bushwig) Mendel & Bassam (The Box) and Veil Machine (yes, that Veil Machine). A car wash you won’t want to miss and more! Wet your appetite for amusement. Indulge in deviant diversions. Take a picture to prove to your friends that you were there.

THURSDAY JUN 30

Thursday Happy Hour at Cubbyhole
4pm-7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to quench your Thirsty Thursday than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

The Eight Ball Lounge @ Stonewall
5pm-9pm, The Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher St, thestonewallinnnyc.com. Brought to you by Danielle Presents/Lez Volley, a weekly event on Thursdays: The Eight Ball Lounge. Featuring pool games, Happy Hour drink specials, and much more. Stop by to drink, play, and celebrate with friends! Must be 21 and a proper ID is required.

LGBT Youth Prom
6pm-9:30pm, $10, 125 Kennedy Dr, Suite 100,LGBT Network Hauppauge Center, Hauppauge, NY, lgbtnetwork.org. The LGBT Network cordially invites you to our Annual LGBT Youth Prom! Join them for a night of dancing and dining, complete with a buffet dinner and dessert bar, music, and the crowning of this year’s Rainbow Court! All LGBT and allied youth are welcome to be yourself and join them for an unforgettable night!

Lesbian Speed Dating in New York City
7pm-9pm, $32.95–$36, Flute Champagne Bar, 205 W 54th St, speednygaydate.com. A low key, sophisticated approach to lesbian dating for ages 22-44. Preferring a ‘less is more’ environment devoid of typical dating event trappings. Meeting that special someone shouldn’t be anything but a comfortable and relaxed experience.

New York Liberty vs. Atlanta Dream
7pm, $30 and up, Barclays Center, 620 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, liberty.wnba.com. Root for the Big Apple’s very own WNBA team as the New York Liberty hosts the Atlanta Dream in an exciting home game! Premium seating and group tickets available.

So True, Bestie: A Queer Comedy Show & Social Hour
7pm, $5-$10, Parkside Lounge, 317 E. Houston St, eventbrite.com. So True, Bestie is queer and inclusive comedy, paired with a community-building and meaningful connection-forming social hour. Laughing at ourselves, together. Best Mistakes Podcast brings you an evening each month for queer nightlife to restore, rejuvenate, and relate! Standup comedy hosted by Nika Lomazzo and Anya Volz, taking the time to commiserate about and celebrate our mistakes, life lessons, and growth. Followed by social hour “Get Real”: a fun way to have deep conversations with people you’ve never met. Utilizing a psychology-based format and thought-provoking prompts, it’s a great way to make new friends with no stress! Hosted by Lincoln.

Queer (+ Kinky) Speed Dating + Comedy
7:30pm-9:30pm, $20-$30, Starr Bar, 214 Starr St, Brooklyn, eventbrite.com. Every other month, Queer Speed Dating becomes Queer and KinkySpeed Dating. Just like sexuality and gender, kink is also fluid. Even though we may at some point label ourselves as kinky or not, Dominant or not, or switchy or not, doesn’t mean we have to stay in that binary or define ourselves by it. Community is such a pillar of both the kink and Queer collectives, think of this as a great opportunity to meet a new partner in kink crime, or meet new kinky friends to go to events with!

Ginger’s Bar Presents: Karaoke Thursday
8pm-11pm, free, Ginger’s, 363 5th Ave, Brooklyn, instagram.com/gingersbarbrooklyn. Ginger’s karaoke is back with the talented @javmerci at the helm and a tap-takeover by @eviltwinbrewingnyc. Practice those bangers and they’ll see y’all every other Thursday!

The Cake Boys at the Q!
8pm-10pm, free, The Q, 795 8th Ave, cakeboykings.com, eventbrite.com. Join them for The Cake Boys at the Q for a raucous time of drag kings (and friends!) every Thursday! They’re so excited as it’s one of the first weekly drag king shows in a long time. Can’t wait to see you there! No cover – bring tips!

Big Gay Love Story, the Musical
9pm-10:30pm, $25, Kraine Theater, 85 E. 4th St, frigid.nyc. Part of the Queerly Festival, Big Gay Love Story, The Musical follows a group of friends living in Los Angeles as they try to navigate love and all that goes with it in today’s confusing dating culture. Celebrate Pride with Frigid New York by joining them at the Queerly Festival, now in its eighth year!

FRIDAY JUL 1

Lorenza Böttner: Requiem for the Norm
12pm-6pm, $10 suggested donation, Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art, 26 Wooster St, leslielohman.org. Born in Chile, trans artist Böttner lost both arms in a childhood accident. Institutionalized in Germany, she rejected prosthetics; in art school, she started presenting as female. Böttner created hundreds of works, painting with her feet and mouth and using various media to celebrate the complexity of embodiment and gender expression. Thru Aug 14.

Thank You for Coming Out
6pm, $25, Kraine Theater, 85 E. 4th St, frigid.nyc. Part of Queerly 2022 by Frigid New York, Thank You For Coming Out is an intentional space where the performers know their queerness is the superpower of the scene and not the joke. Their LGBTQIA+ improvisers make up a hilariously insightful and creative show on the spot based on the details of a vulnerable and heartfelt coming out/coming into self story told by their incredibly talented monologists.

NewFest Pride: Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001)
7pm, free, RSVP not required, Governor’s Island, newfest.org. Get your wig out of the box and rock out to this iconic queer classic on Governor’s Island! Presented in association with Film at Lincoln Center. Free and open to the public with pre-show entertainment kicking off at 7pm and films beginning at dusk. Featuring an intro from John Cameron Mitchell prior to the screening!

Fridays at Cubbyhole
7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to kick off the July 4th Weekend than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Lesbian Social Network
7:30pm-9pm, $5 suggested donation; more if you can, less if you can’t, loftgaycenter.org/lesbian_social_network_lsn. The Lesbian Social Network (LSN) is an open topic group run by a trained peer facilitator for women aged 18 and older, who identify as lesbian, bisexual, queer, or are questioning their sexuality. This group meets every Friday evening. Due to COVID-19, the group will be meeting virtually until further notice.

Henrietta Hudson: Dance With Us Fridays
9pm-4am, Henrietta Hudson, 438 Hudson St. henriettahudson.com. Every Friday night at the all-new Henrietta Hudson, it’s an epic Friday night party! NYC’s hottest rotating DJs keep the party hot and fresh every week. Henrietta Hudson is a queer human space built by lesbians. All are welcome.

girlNATIONnyc
10pm, $5 cover, The Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher St, upstairs – second fl, girlnation-nyc.com, thestonewallinnnyc.com. Party with the hottest women every first Friday of the month! Music by alternating DJs and entertainment featuring Honey Burlesque. Sexxxy go-go and performance dancers. It’s the monthly party with a very sexy vibe!

Jovi Ent Presents: Fuego Fridays
10pm-4am, no cover, El Trío Lounge, 102-01 44th Ave, Corona, Queens, instagram.com/jovient9024. Hosted by Jovi Ent, enjoy a Happy Hour from 10pm-12am with 2-4-1 drinks and free hookah. Cabaret showtime: 1:30am Is it your special night? Celebrate with them and get catered to like royalty with birthday shoutouts and a personal birthday flyer. Bottle service available. For reservations and more information, call: 917-399-7169.

SATURDAY JUL 2

Living Histories: Queer Views and Old Masters
10am-6pm, $12-$22, Frick Madison, 945 Madison Ave (at 75th St), frick.org. Much of the Frick’s collection comprises European paintings, sculptures and decorative arts from the 13th to the 19th centuries, a period from which gender and queer identity are typically excluded. This new installation tells a fuller story by placing four NYC queer artists in galleries that house Dutch masters. Thru Sep 11.

Saturday Happy Hour at Cubbyhole
2pm-6pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to relax in the city on July 4th Weekend than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Adult Mom
Doors open 7pm, curfew 9:30pm, $14 plus service fees, Elsewhere, 599 Johnson Ave, Brooklyn, elsewherebrooklyn.com. PopGun presents genderqueer indie rock band Adult Mom performing live! Must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This is a 16 and over event.

Midsummers Night Dream
10pm-4am, $0–$40, House of Yes, 2 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn, houseofyes.org, eventbrite.com. House of Yes presents Midsummers Night Dream! Here come the lovers, full of joy and mirth— Joy, gentle friends! Joy and fresh days of love accompany your hearts! Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind. Stories written in love’s richest books. This flower’s force in stirring love. Thou art as wise as thou art beautiful. Join them for a Midsummer Night in a dance of decadence and poetic performance with the faeries of the forest, in pretty prose and curious poses, deep in the woodland of the wild and wonderful.

SUNDAY JUL 3

F*CK ART: THE BODY & ITS ABSENCE
12pm-10pm, see website for timed-entry tickets, Museum of Sex, 233 Fifth Ave, museumofsex.com. The first of a recurring exhibition series highlighting living artists, F*CK ART explores nuanced evocations of the erotic body. Working across mediums such as performance, sculpture, film, photography, ceramics, painting, drawing, fiber arts, and new media, F*CK ART brings together 18 artists who share the collective urge to uninhibitedly explore the contours of desire and arousal in our current moment. The works of art on view play with art history’s preoccupation with the nude figure and rejection of the pornographic. Through varying examinations and meditations, the exhibition explores the body’s role in subjectively registering intimacy, fantasy, and longing.

Pride Tours NYC’s LGBTQ Historical Walking Tour
5pm, $30, tour begins in Christopher Park. pridetoursnyc.com. Hear the stories of the riots and the demonstrations where members of the LGBTQ community bravely stood up and planted the seeds that grew into the most definitive human rights movement of our time. Pride Tours NYC is an Official Partner of Heritage of Pride/NYC Pride.

GIRL_IRL, JACKIE EXTREME, JONI
Doors open 6pm, $17.68, Elsewhere, 599 Johnson Ave, Brooklyn, elsewherebrooklyn.com. PopGun presents a slate of cutting-edge artists performing live: girl_irl, JACKIE EXTREME, Joni. Must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This is a 16 and over event.

MONDAY JUL 4
HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!

YES! July 4th Outdoor Dance Party
3pm-12am, $0–$150, Under the K Bridge Park, Gardner Ave/Thomas St, Brooklyn, houseofyes.org/summeroflove, eventbrite.com. House of Yes presents the 4th of July, part of the Summer of Love, at Under the K Bridge—a waterfront dance party with city skyline views, perfect to watch the fireworks pop-off. Enjoy fantastic fun with all your friends! This is a day-into-night celebration filled with a good ol’ fashioned BBQ with festival vibes, interactive art, and dance party perfection. Music by Eli Escobar, Miss Alicia, and David Kiss.

Monday Happy Hour at Cubbyhole
4pm-7pm, free, 281 W 12th St (at W 4th St), cubbyholebar.com. What a better place to start celebrating July 4th than at the queer neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name? Specials on well drinks, wine, and beer. Hang with the regulars—or better yet, become a regular! Follow on Instagram @CubbyHoleBar.

Macy’s 46th Annual 4th of July Fireworks
9:25pm, free, various viewing locations, macys.com/social/fireworks. NYC is booming! Join Macy’s for the 46th annual 4th of July Fireworks display—it’ll be the blockbuster event of the summer! This year, celebrity performances will amp up the energy and emotion of this 2022 celebration to deliver a thrilling night of electrifying pyrotechnics and feel-good entertainment. The spectacular show will be launched from five barges stationed on the East River centered around Midtown Manhattan.

Honey Dew
10pm, $12.30, C’mon Everybody, 325 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, cmoneverybody.com. It’s HONEY DEW! A multimedia, multidisciplinary comedic foray from Honey Pluton. Join them every 2nd and 4th Monday for laughs and love from them and their funniest friends.

SATURDAY JUL 9

School’s Out
5:30pm-9:30pm, $400 and up, The Arc House, East Hampton, NY, hmi.org. After two years, Hetrick-Martin Institute couldn’t be more excited for the official return of their annual summer fundraiser. Join HMI in the Hamptons for a cocktail reception and lovely dinner—a truly remarkable evening in support of LGBTQIA+ youth. Music by Timo Weiland.

Midsummer Night Drinks
6pm-9pm, $500 and up, private home in the Hamptons, glwd.org. Please join God’s Love We Deliver for their signature fundraiser, Midsummer Night Drinks, hosted by board member Aerin Lauder. Midsummer Night Drinks has become one of the most anticipated events of the Hamptons season. Each year, some four hundred generous friends enjoy a memorable July evening of cocktails, music, and spectacular views, at a significant private home in the Hamptons. All funds raised allow them to continue GLWD’s important work. Midsummer Night Drinks is a great way to kick off the Hamptons “summer season” while supporting one of New York City’s most beloved charities.

FRIDAY JUL 15

Tempted – A Night of Mayhem
9pm-4am, $20, The Vegoist @ No. 5, 35-43 37th St, Long Island City, lasreinas.ticketleap.com. Brought to you by Cynthia Russo – LasReinasNYC, mark your calendar for Tempted – A Night of Mayhem. Featuring music by DJ Lena and DJ Nikki Lions.

SATURDAY JUL 16

Hamptons Tea Dance
4pm-8pm, $250 and up, see website for details, Nova’s Ark Project, 60 Millstone Rd, Water Mill, NY, give.sageusa.org. Callen-Lorde Community Health Center and SAGE team up to continue the tradition of the Hamptons Tea Dance! This vibrant, not-to-be-missed, outdoor celebration draws an impressive crowd of over 1,000 notable LGBTQ+ New Yorkers and their allies, making it the largest LGBTQ+ event in the Hamptons. Visit hamptonsteadance.org for more information!

WEDNESDAY JUL 20

Girl Splash
See website for details, 256 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA, 508-246-2082, provincetownforwomen.com. Book your room now! They can’t wait for this signature Ptown summer party. It kicks off with a show by Zoe Lewis & The Souvenirs and a welcome hangout, followed by an all-women’s dune tour, craft cider tasting, Solid Gold Tea Dance at The Boatslip, BETTY in concert, a pool and beach party, Provincetown scavenger hunt, and an all-women’s schooner sail. Get your tickets and nail down your travel plans before it’s sold out. Thru Jul 23.

Oasis
6:30pm VIP / 7pm general admission, see website for tickets, The Lighthouse Pier 61, Chelsea Piers, aliforneycenter.org. Oasis is the Ali Forney Center’s annual summer benefit, which has been running for more than ten years. As the largest LGBTQ+ summer cocktail party in NYC outside of Pride, over a thousand people come out to support AFC. Enjoy cocktails, auctions, and live entertainment by RuPaul’s Drag Race superstars. Past entertainers include Parker Posey, Alaska, Detox, the cast of HBO’s “Looking”, and more.

Out Pro Lounge – Summer of Pride Edition
6pm-9pm, $0–$65, The DL, 95 Delancey St, eventbrite.com. It’s a summer of Pride at Out Professionals. They’ve partnered with the Ivy League LGBTQ alumni groups for LGBTQ networking on the DL Rooftop. Celebrate Pride while networking on the patio at the Sofitel. They’ll have a mixed outside/inside space reserved – with Happy Hour pricing extended through 9:00 pm for the event. Discounted parking is available for Out Pro guests. To maximize safety and the freedom to mingle, this event is open to individuals vaccinated for COVID.

SATURDAY JUL 30

LPAC in the Hamptons 2022
4pm-6pm, $250 and up, check website for details, East Hampton, NY, teamlpac.com/events/lpac-hamptons-2022. LPAC is pleased to be returning to the Hamptons in 2022 for an afternoon cocktail party. They hope you will join host Emily Giske, and a great group of LPAC supporters. They’re looking forward to great food and drink, and even better company. Join them to hear about LPAC’s important work supporting LGBTQ women running up-and-down the ballot throughout the country. Please RSVP online and reach out to info@teamlpac.com if you have any questions. This event will abide by local guidelines related to COVID-19. They ask that guests are vaccinated and boosted.

SATURDAY AUG 13

LezVolley 2022
See website for details, Cherry Grove, Fire Island, NY, lezvolley.com. LezVolley is the annual women’s beach volleyball tournament that takes place in Cherry Grove on Fire Island. With 25 teams and a crowd of 1000-plus spectators, LezVolley is the most popular annual LGBTQ+ and non-binary event for women on Fire Island, especially within the lesbian community! The LezVolley weekend includes: Tournament Day on the beach (Saturday) with 25 competing teams, prizes for the winning teams, giveaways/raffle, an official after party on Saturday night ($10 cover for non-players), and a free Sunday afternoon pool show at the Ice Palace.

WEDNESDAY AUG 17

NYC Black Pride 2022
See website for details, Yotel New York (host hotel), 570 Tenth Ave, nycblackpride.com. NYC Black Pride is an annual five-day multicultural event centering on the Black and Latinx lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. Thousands of POC from all over the world attend NYC Black Pride events, making this one of the largest worldwide events for this community.

SATURDAY AUG 20

Flame Con 2022
See website for details, Sheraton New York Times Square, 811 7th Ave (W 53rd St),
flamecon.org. Created by Geeks OUT, Flame Con 2022—the world’s largest queer comic con—is back and ready to take on Manhattan. Celebrate geekdom, LGBTQ pop culture, and more! Also Aug 21.

SATURDAY AUG 27

First Annual Zami Pride Beach Day and Speakout at Riis Beach
12pm to 4pm, RSVP, gather on the Miss Colombia memorial side of Riis Beach, Rockaway Peninsula in Queens, The Audre Lorde Project, alp.org/zamipride. ALP presents the 1st Annual Zami Pride Beach Day & Speakout @ Riis Beach! Audre Lorde said, “Without community, there is no liberation!” While they enter another year and Pride season in this pandemic, we are taking elder Audre Lorde’s words to heart and safely bringing community together— in our radical legacy of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Non-Conforming People of Color, our wellness, and most importantly our JOY—at this inaugural event!

Jersey City LGBTQ+ Pride Festival 2022
1pm-9pm, Grove Street PATH Plaza & Newark Ave, Jersey City, NJ, jerseycitypride.com. See website for all the exciting details and updates.


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