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Boston Bars, Clubs & Resto Lounges
DailyXtra Bar Events Listings

See our daily events listings for bars and clubs in the Boston area at the link below, followed by an editor's pick of events throughout the year.

dailyxtra.com/lgbt-events/city-Boston
LGBTQ Folks and Friends!
Boston Gender Free Contra Dance

Ongoing, at First Church in Jamaica Plain, at the corner of Centre and Eliot Streets. Second and 4th Saturdays Sept-June and 4th Saturday in July. See website for dates, callers and bands. Dances normally run 7:30-1pm, usually $10, students $6, or less/what you can afford. Guest callers welcome the first dance after the break. Contact Bob Peterson at contracorner.com to reserve a slot.

www.lcfd.org/jp
OUTrageUS Presents!
BEAR UNDERGROUND

Every 2nd Saturday of the month, 9pm-midnight at Jacques Underground. Boston's NEWEST / HOTTEST party for BEARS, CUBS, OTTERS and CHASERS! Hot Go Go Bears! WOOF! Chad Brennan + Matt Wilbur + Arthur. DJs MickCloud & The Yeti! No dress code! Cover: $10, 21+ only.

www.facebook.com/events/1681585875443877
An ode to time and cinema
Christian Marclay: The Clock

September 17, 2016 - January 29, 2017. Thousands of TV + film fragments, creating a 24-hour video in real time. At any given moment, the work displays accurate time, blurring lines between fictional clips and reality. Every clip shows a clock, mentions the time of day, or represents a metaphor of time. From Big Ben to Jack Nicholson, iconic movies, actors + clips from a century of film.

www.mfa.org/exhibitions/christian-marclay-the-clock
features, documentaries & shorts; celebrities, directors, producers
Boston Film Festival 2016

September 22-26, 2016, at the Revere Hotel Boston Common and other venues. The 32nd annual event. One of America's most recognized celebration of world cinema. See website for schedule.

www.bostonfilmfestival.org
Classic Hollywood hits, foreign films, action-adventure movies, cult classics
Big Screen Classics

September 26 2016, 7pm Rocky, at Coolidge Corner, 290 Harvard St, Brookline. October 10th: The Manchurian Candidate. October 31st: Halloween Double-Feature - Psycho + The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

www.coolidge.org/programs/big-screen-classics
Ivan Liška/Marius Petipa; Music by Adolphe Adam and Léo Delibes
Boston Ballet 2016 - Le Corsaire

October 27 - November 6, 2016, 2016, at The Boston Opera House. This classical ballet is steeped in swashbuckling adventure and passionate romance. A dashing pirate battles to rescue his beloved from the Pasha's harem with danger looming at every turn - in opulent palaces, secret caves, and on the turbulent sea.

www.bostonballet.org
Stories about our experience
Wicked Queer - Boston LGBT Film Festival 2017

March/ April, 2017. 33rd annual LGBT film fest. Typically with over 120 films, 11 days of screenings at locations across Boston, Brookline, and Cambridge: Museum of Fine Arts, (465 Huntington Ave), Brattle Theatre (by Harvard Square, Cambridge), and Fenway Health Center (Boylston St, Boston). Also ongoing schedule of films throughout the year. See website for line-up:

www.wickedqueer.org
15th Annual
Independent Film Festival Boston 2017

April/ May, 2017 (TBC). Most screenings at The Somerville Theatre (Davis Square, Somerville), and Brattle Theatre, (by Harvard Square, Cambridge); also at The Coolidge Corner, (Brookline). IFF Boston presents more films throughout the year - see their website:

www.iffboston.org
The 47th Anniversary!
Boston Pride Week 2017

June 2-11, 2016, annual parade/ festival, stage entertainment and vendors, Stuart Street and Jamaica Plain block parties. Parade on Saturday, June 10 from Copley Square to arrive at City Hall Plaza Pride Festival on Cambridge Street. See website for past years media, and upcoming events details online:

www.bostonpride.org
America's Birthday Party
Independence Day

July 4, 2017. Annual Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular, Hatch Shell concert on Charles River Esplanade, over 500,000 visitors. Six million Americans tune in on TV.

www.july4th.org