Two day food market held regularly at various locations around Buenos Aires. Whole, fresh, natural foods, raw and ready-to-eat, local and international. Their website also has articles on food, wine, and health, plus features on local restaurants and gourmet shops.
Tuesdays from 10pm - 2am at Buenos Ayres Club, Perú 571, San Telmo. Milonga Tango Queer, open to all, is a meeting point to dance and socialize. Everyone can freely choose their dance partners and the role each one wants to take. See more events at their facebook page.
Every Wednesday 10pm-2pm at Input Club, Av. Juan B Justo 1658, Palermo. LGBT 18+ party night with 3 bars on 2 floors of dancing, movies, shows, free pizza before midnight, young mixed crowd. No admission after 4am.
Every Thursday from 12:30am at Niceto Club, Niceto Vega 5510, Palermo), 18+ gay-friendly dance party, electronic and hip-hop rooms; playful young mixed crowd, sexy stage performances and drag shows.
Thursday and Saturday year-round parties with tourists and locals at some of the best gay friendly and gays bars and clubs in the city! See their calendar for info about each event and fill out the registration form. Includes: Free tapas, beer and Malbec wine; Complimentary shooters; drink discounts! Club admissions - jump the line at the VIP entrance!
Every Friday 10:30pm, at Riobamba 416. Gay Tango classes, then late night dancing from 11:30pm. Open to anyone without regard to specific characteristics (sexual orientation - nationality - or style of dancing). Tango classes for Buenos Aires LGBT community since 1998, with Augusto Balizano as teacher until 2011. Both roles, leading and following, taught and encouraged for all.
Every Friday, midnight-6:30am at Barra Libre, Av. Córdoba 543. Gay/mixed 18+ pop dance party, men/women, high energy klub-kidz, divas, campy theme dress-up parties.
Monthly Friday, 12-7am at Crobar. All-night indoor and outdoor summer gay dance parties; mixed, mostly young and male beautiful crowd, shows and exotic dancers, two dance areas of House, Pop and Techno, open-air waterside.
Friday nights, midnight-7am at Teatro Vorterix. Gay theme night dance parties, always with the best pop in the world, the most fun shows - drag and elaborate stage productions; gay/lesbian/friends mixed-ages crowd.
Fridays from midnight-6:30am at Amerika, Gascon 1040, Almagro. Extravagant dance parties. Open bar, 18+ young gay and mixed crowd, diva hostess, performers; theme and foam parties. Guest DJs play Reggaeton, Latin, Pop and Disco Classics.
Fridays 11pm-4am, and Saturdays midnight-6am, at Av. Córdoba 4119, Palermo. Popular gay dance club nights, free pizza or pasta nights, strippers, stage shows, drag and game nights.
Saturdays, midnight-7am at Barra Libre, Av. Córdoba 543. Young, 18+ queerpunk alternative dance party nights with Brit Pop, theme nights, foam parties.
Periodic Saturdays at The Bow, Costanera Norte y Sarmiento, Punta Carrasco. Gay/mixed dance parties, men/women, elaborate productions.
Monthly Saturday, midnight-7am at Palermo Club, Jorge Luis Borges 2450. Divas and dancing - high-energy theme party spectaculars; go-go boys, stage shows, carnival/ freaky dress-ups, wide ranging sex/genders, ages, and types of people.
Every Saturday, midnight-7am at Studio Crobar, Marcelino Freyre, Arco 17, Palermo Park. Gay/alternative international party night; terrace, multiple bars, VIP area, visual shows, go-go boys, performers, electro-pop music, and lots of cute guys.
Saturdays, midnight-7am at Teatro Vorerix. Gay party night with stage shows and a young crowd dancing to techno, reggaeton, and cachengue.
Every other Saturday or so at Crobar Club, Marcelino Freyre at Infanta Isabel, Palermo. Trendy gay dance club nights. Resident DJ Diego Jazan with Pop & Electro hits. Five bars, performance/ shows, drag divas. Young and mostly male crowd. VIP section with boxes and private dance floor.
Sundays, 11am-8pm, ¡FESTEJAMOS EL DÍA DE LA MÚSICA! av Lisandro De La Torre, Gaucho fair in Mataderos, a town SW of Buenos Aires. Traditional folklife/crafts fairs, parades, films, workshops, dances, foods/ music of Argentina, indigenous peoples and neighboring countries. Also on Summer Saturdays in February from 6pm + during many holidays.
Periodic Sundays, from 8pm at Palacio Alsina, Adolfo Alsina 940, Monserrat. Gay disco parties on three levels, big crowd, handsome men.
February 15 - March 5, 2019. Every 2-year, 2-week celebration featuring national/ international productions of varied styles/ genres, outdoor performances, workshops, roundtables, and dialogues with creators; also book releases, film screenings + visual art exhibitions; the Germán Rozenmacher Award for New Drama Writing, and meetings between local artists and foreign programmers.
March 4, 2019, midnight-7am. 18+ LGBTQ dance party, indoor + outdoor terrace w/ DJ Brôder.
April 3-14, 2019, at various venues. A 12-day window onto new kinds of films: those being made around the world that never reach commercial cinemas. Special sections for new films, retrospectives and classics, plus the opportunity to encounter celebrities who come to take part in the event.
May 25, 2019, 12-6am. Matinee Circuit Festival every August in Barcelona, travels the world with Pre Parties. Top class Malevo night w/ stage, super lighting, top class sound and team of local/ International Gogo dancers with amazing Matinee visuals as a jaw-dropping backdrop. DJs: OSCAR VELAZQUEZ, MARIO PACHECO, MATT CRUZ, and MARTHAN.
Mid-November, 2019 (TBC). A week-long festival of dancing the tango without fixed gender roles - not geared exclusively to same-sex couples, but to everyone who supports this concept; to promote respect for diversity and tango for all. Takes place in the main halls of Buenos Aires, and includes the city's most important teachers, dancers and Tango orchestras.
November 16, 2019 (TNC). With events since 1992. Gays, lesbians, transvestites and transsexuals march in Buenos Aires each year at Plaza de Mayo, 11am-8pm, recalling 1969 events at Stonewall in NYC, and commemorating the creation of Nuestro Mundo, the first gay group in Argentina, founded in 1967.
February 22-25, 2020. Each Saturday-Sunday weekend from February 1-2, plus a 4-day SAT-TUE finale. Past year: 112 murgas/ 37 corsos with revelers in colorful costumes danced in streets of the various city districts. Each parade reflects neighborhood characteristics, and themes critique the famous and powerful and society at large, using humor and irony.