Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all 'non-life-sustaining’ businesses in Pennsylvania to close. Grocery stores, gas stations, farms, laundromats, specialty food stores, insurance agencies, brokerages, accounting and tax preparation services, and transit systems would be exempted.
One Saturday each month at Tabu, Voyeur or the Loft. Booty-shaking, bass-thumping, heart pumping nights for women. For 2 years, the hottest, sweatiest, craziest dance party imaginable while leaving your wallet intact. "Now, let's dance." $5 before and $10 after midnight.
Third Saturdays each month at Club Philadelphia. CumUnion can feel the Brotherly Love in Philly. Popular sex party with piggy and horny guys. Facility includes: fully equipped dungeon, dual slings, spanking bench, porno stage shows, shower shows, heated floors, new bathrooms, douching facility, private showers. Also device charging stations, rooms with secure doors.
First Fridays, 8-11pm. Won't you be my... Gender Queery steals your heart with your favorite lineup of binary busting buffoons. Featuring: Yari, Mercury, Icon Ebony Fierce, Ron Binary, Beary Tyler Moore, Samantha Sayten, and Paula Deen White. A trans and nonbinary inclusive space open to everybody under the LGBTQIA+ umbrella.
Third Fridays, midnight show at The Ritz East, 125 South Second St, Philadelphia. The cult classic movie - live shadow cast. Prop bags for sale - proceeds go the cast. Hosted by Philly's own Rocky Horror Live Shadow Cast, Transylvanian Nipple Productions.
June 13, 2020, 8-11:30pm. Celebrate black art/ expressing ourselves through what we are passionate about on the weekend of Philly pride - over 25 area black entertainers providing entertainment/ raising awareness on issues of today and every day of our lives! Join us an amazing journey of black art - Streaming LIVE on the VinChelle facebook page. See;
June 16, 2020, 8-9pm. Join NLM and drag queen extraordinaire Miss Brittany Lynn for a fun-filled Tuesday Trivia event themed for Pride Month. NLM's Liberty and Libations will be brought to you by Mifflin Tavern. A free virtual event, but pre-registration is required. Zoom link, password, and trivia link will be emailed to all registrants prior to the event.
June 18, 2020, 11am-12pm. Stories about love, diversity, and acceptance-along with some of your faves and interactive stories with Philly’s Drag Queen Brittany Lynn! Sing-a0longs, arts, crafts, and snack time fun for children of all ages and their families. Advanced registration via Crowdcast is preferred. See:
July 11 + August 8, 2020, 8pm-12am. Philly’s biggest, queerest monthly party. With three floors, sexy gogos, QTPOC DJs, a latin room, heated roof deck, pre-party drag/burlesque show + the most diverse dance floor in the city, revolutionizing Philly nightlife every 2nd Saturday at Tabu! See more Tabu events at:
September 10 - October 4, 2020, at FringeArts bldg, various venues around Philadelphia, and online w/ 1,000+ artistically daring performances. Theater, animated films, video vignettes, app downloads, digital mosaics, performance art installations, happenings, visual art, spoken word, comedy/improv, dance, puppet shows, mask ensembles, Revolution Shakespeare, live music, zombies and more.
September 13, 2020, 12-6pm, at Cooper River Park. Jersey Pride. Inviting all of South Jersey's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and allies to come out to among FAMILY, FRIENDS and CHILDREN and UNITE. Bring blankets, chairs and tables.
October 11, 2020, annual Sunday 12-6pm LGBT street party to celebrate National Coming Out Day, filling the Gayborhood with people, music, and food vendors. Also lots of related events take place in surrounding bars and clubs. See website for date and details as announced.
October 17-27, 2020. 11-day showcase of thought-provoking narrative features, live action, animated shorts, local, national + international films. Opens at Perelman Theater/ Kimmel Center. Also PFS ROXY THEATER and other venue events including FESTIVAL LOUNGE TASTING SCHEDULE + CLOSING NIGHT PARTY. See website schedules.
November 15-22, 2020. Eight-day LGBTQ film festival/ 24-year tradition, bringing latest and best LGBTQ international/ national independent films to the Philadelphia region. A full screenings schedule of features, documentaries and shorts, plus awards to filmmakers and others impacting the LGBTQ communities - at three premiere venues along Avenue of the Arts, adjacent to the Gayborhood.
June 11-13, 2021 (TBC). The largest celebration of LGBT pride in the region, attracting over 25,000 people each year. The 33rd anniversary/ birthday Pride Day with Sunday Parade at 11am in the heart of the Gayborhood. Kick off party Friday, June 11th, 6-10pm, in the Gayborhood. See their website for media from 2019 (2020 events were cancelled), plus full event updates.