Every FIRST TUESDAY at the Rendezvous. A monthly sing along event presented by Three Dollar Bill Cinema. Sing along to your favorite numbers from American musicals, cult classics and foreign hits.
December 11- 27, 2014, West Hall, OddFellows Bldg, 915 E Pine St. Seasonal spectacle guaranteed to make even the yuletides gay! Unforgettable all-star cast of burlesque, cabaret, dance, drag, and local musical luminaries come together in display of glittering grandeur that's been called "F*CKING GREAT....F*CKING HILARIOUS!" by Dan Savage of The Stranger. Full bar.
December 13, 2014, 9-11pm, at Seattle Eagle. The XL Bears want to see your sexiest Union Suits with those trap doors. Join Naughty Santa Bear and his Dirty Elves for some ho ho ho'ing. Put your bottom on Santa's lap and get your picture taken. Whisper all you want for Christmas and ask him to guide you to his North Pole. DJ Matt Stands. RCSC Soccer Team Stonewall Jell-O shots.
December 20, 2014, 6-9pm at the Cuff. Celebrate the holidays naughty style - performances, Spankings with Krampus. And raffle prizes with naughty toys for naughty thrills and joys. Benefit for the Inspire Youth Project.
December 20th, 2014, at Columbia City Theater, 4916 Rainier Ave S. Nightmare Before Christmas tribute - live music, burlesque, variety acts, dancing, favorite characters. Third incantation, bigger and badder than ever! L'Orchestre D'Incroyable will play big band style + hula hoop, ballerinas, and bedtime stories told by Diva le Déviant! A standing-room only affair.
Ongoing through December 22, 2014, at Benaroya Hall. Seattle’s OTHER Holiday Tradition kicks off SMCs 35th season! Who better to highlight all of the campy, fun, and … well …gay apparel we have to wear during the holiday season! Dress up in your favorite holiday sweater and join in the celebration! Holiday favorites, along with smash new hits.
January 3, 2014, 8pm-late at Kremwerk, 1809 Minor Ave. Guest DJs from near and far: Eugene Tambourine (NYC) + Terry Trouble + Pavone. Sexy gogo boys with manergy abounding and eye-popping, disco-inspired installations by Derek Pavone, Nicole Stone and Austin Stone.
February 7, 2015, 9pm-2am (tentative date based on previous year) at Fremont Studios, 155 North 35th St, Seattle. Wear red, the international symbol of AIDS awareness. All ages, genders, sexual orientations celebrate with dancing music, high spirits & laughter.
May 14 - June 7, 2015, the largest film festival in the US. Past years presented 406 films over 25 days, 73 premieres, more than 600 screenings & special events. Passes and ticket packages on sale starting October 16, 2014. See website for 2014 overview and 2015 program details as announced:
May-June, 2015 Memorial Day + July 4th weekends wilderness camping, hiking, and river sports, at Triangle Recreational Camp, Bender Creek, 21 miles east of Granite Falls, WA. Ice caves, waterfalls and Monte Cristo ghost town nearby. Summer and Labor Day Weekend events. September Annual General Meeting and Potluck Dinner.
June 19-21, 2015, Summer Solstice, annual weekend events. Eclectic celebrations in the self-proclaimed “center of the universe.” Craft & art booths, street performers, bands, main stage entertainment, beer garden, wacky-decorated cars, free-spirited Saturday noon Solstice Parade.
June 28, 2015, 11am, Seattle Pride Parade will kick off from 4th Ave at Union, north along 4th to Denny Way. A Rain or Shine event. Pride Picnic earlier in the month at Volunteer Park in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood, live entertainment, music, and food. See the website for past years photos and more about this year's celebrations.
July-August Saturdays, 2015, 9pm at Mural Amphitheatre. Summer movies & NFFTY shorts by moonlight, picnics on the lawn, state-of-the-art giant screen beneath the Space Needle. Bring low back chairs, blankets or bean bags. See website for movie titles.
August - September, 2015 Bear Run, friendly, furry guys, fun events, adventure, great food, belly rubs, eye candy from around the world. XL Party and Dream Bears in performance. Other events at bars around town.
August - September, 2015. Annual Labor Day events. Seattle's big music and arts festival takes place at Seattle Center. Associated concerts all summer long.
October, 2015, the largest event of it's kind in the Pacific Northwest, 10 days showcasing the latest and greatest in queer film, from major releases to emerging talent. See their website for previous year archives, and upcoming films, venues and schedules.