In the heart of the city, Friday nights at AnKERT Klub, Paulay Ede utca 33. No admission charge. Terrace, cloakroom, lounge, dance hall. Two DJ's, nu-disco, deep house, indie, pop. Music from 9pm, dance most likely from 11.30pm. Crowd is mixed, mainly 20-35 y.o. Hungarian gay guys. No dress code, no basement, no excuse!
August 10-17, 2016 multi-cultural festival of music on Óbudai Island each year. Take local train (HÉV) departing from Batthyány tér. Around 1000 performances take place during the week-long festival. There are YouTube live streams if you can't make it, and an official "after movie" to be released after the event.
August 26-28, 2016. For bears, cubs and admirers. FRI BEAR CRUISING & PARTY at Action Bar, with strip show + Mr Bear Hungary 2017 election first round. SAT election finals at Mediterrán Club, Liszt Ferenc tér 10. SUN Bears In the Jacuzzi - lazy afternoon with sauna, steam and Jacuzzi at Magnum Sauna + FEED THE BEARS last hugs, food, cheap drinks at the Why Not Cafe.
September 2, 2016, 11pm-5am at Toldi Klub, 1054 Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 36-38. 18+ Lesbian & Gay party hosted by WOW "the pop dance party for the hippest queers and their friends" once in a month. Pop music, great sound system, DJs Mórocz, BrB, mettyu. Entry all night 1500 HUF.
September 24, 2016, 11pm-6am at Kasino Budapest, Dorottya utca 2-4. An 18+ queer party for fashion junkies, posers, models, art-heads and other freaks. Underground as well as glamorous, Garçons promises a new era in chic clubbing. DJs Lollidrop + Zenit Incompatible. Entry before midnight 1500 HUF; after midnight 2000 HUF.
September 30 - December 4, 2016 at Ludwig Museum, Trying to learn its history anew, young people take part in the construction of contemporary Polish identity confronting problems affecting youth around the world due to globalization, commercialization; dealing with history, rapid changes, the search for a place in society and an identity for their country in the world.
January, 2017 (TBC), at Art+Cinema, Erzsébet krt. 39. Five days with more than 30 LGBTQ feature films from around the world, including award-winning works shown for the first time in Hungary, exciting documentaries, short films, workshops and games.
July 1, 2017 (TBC) Saturday Pride March from downtown through a world heritage environment. Previous week events include film screenings, discussions, workshops, theater performances, art exhibitions – Pride and other parties, burlesque, drag shows, concerts, picnic, and See fb