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Gay St Louis

St Louis Bars, Clubs & Resto Lounges
DailyXtra Bar Events Listings

See our daily events listings for bars and clubs in the St Louis area at the link below, followed by an editor's pick of events throughout the year.
Wear your club colors for extra discounts
Show-Me Bears Happy Hour

Saturdays, 3-9pm at JJ’s Clubhouse/ Guest BEARtenders each week! Also see Mr Heartland Bear in July/August and HiBearNation in November.
QFest - An eclectic slate
St Louis LGBTQ film Festival 2016

April 24-28, 2016. An annual event at the Tivoli Theatre. QFest uses the art of contemporary gay cinema to spotlight the lives of LGBTQ people. The festival features an eclectic slate of contemporary LGBTQ-themed feature films, documentaries, and shorts. Check their website for details.
"Show Me" Pride
St Louis PrideFest 2016

June 24-26, 2016, annual weekend of festivities, Sunday noon parade on Market Street with the Arch as the backdrop. Three-day festival at Soldiers’ Memorial in Downtown St Louis, with entertainment, venders, food, drinks, dancing. Several other pride related events held throughout the month including the Pride 5K Race. Check the website for a calendar of events and Pride details.
An annual presentation of the nonprofit Cinema St Louis
The Whitaker St Louis Filmmakers Showcase

July 17-21, 2016, at Tivoli Theatre and Webster U. The area's primary venue for films made by local artists. With advances in affordable digital filmmaking, more and more movies are being made in St. Louis and environs, but opportunities for moviegoers to see that work are scarce, because few of the films ever screen commercially.
Entertainment 10am - 6pm each day
The Festival of Nations 2016

August 27-28, 2016, annual multicultural festival, one of most celebrated annual St Louis events; promotes, honors & celebrates the city's cultural diversity. Food booths, non-stop music & dance, arts, crafts, & international bazaar. Tower Grove Park, 4256 Magnolia Avenue.
Rain or shine!
Big Muddy Blues Festival 2016

September 3-4, 2016 (TBC). Labor Day Weeeknd, noon-11pm. Annual open-air Saturday/Sunday blues music festival on 3 stages: national, regional, local blues acts. LaClede's Landing on Mississippi River: cobblestone streets, cast iron buildings, shops & restaurants, short walk from Gateway Arch.
Annual Mr Midwest Leather Contest
Midwest Leather Weekend 2016

First weekend October, 2016. Mr Midwest Leather Contest. Annual event for leathermen Mr Midwest Leather Contest! -title covers 13 Midwest States. Winner goes to Chicago to compete in International Mr Leather. Also Meet + Greet, Midwest Leather Ball, Midwest Puppy ContestLeather Brunch. See website:
Show Me Bears
HiBearNation 22: Quest for a New Home

November 3-9, 2016, weekend of fun events for bears typically include Bears, Bingo + Booze and After Hours Parties - see full details online. Host hotel: The Holiday Inn St Louis. The Show Me Bears also sponsor Mr Heartland Bear each June, & summer campouts & picnics. See for more info.
Cinema St Louis
Whitaker St Louis International Film Festival

November 3-13, 2016, 25th year; among largest in the Midwest; 447 films: 97 narrative features, 86 documentary features, 264 shorts. Special-events include 2 free master classes and closing-night party. Venues: Tivoli Theatre; Plaza Frontenac Cinema; Hi-Pointe Backlot; Webster U/Moore; Saint Louis U./Center for Global Citizenship; Washington U./Brown; KDHX Stage; MO History Museum....
Congratulations to Mr. Missouri Leather 2016, Ty Portell
Mr Missouri Leather Weekend 2017

Late February, 2017 (TBC). Celebrating 34 Years of Missouri Leathermen. Past events included: FRI Meet the Contestants; SAT MR MISSOURI LEATHER CONTEST + Gateway Guy Contest; SUN MML Victory Brunch and Celebration. Host hotel 2016 was the St. Louis City Center Hotel, 400 S 14th St.
Co-presented by Cinema St. Louis and the Webster University Film Series
Robert Classic French Film Festival

March, 2017 (TBC) at Winifred Moore Auditorium, Webster Hall, 470 E Lockwood. Celebrating St Louis’ Gallic heritage and France’s cinematic legacy. The featured films span the decades from the 1930s through the early 1990s, offering a comprehensive overview of French cinema. See program updates: