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Sounds like a damn good reason to celebrate in style!

Fourth Saturdays 10pm-4am at Behind. Party back at the old venue in Central with favourite DJs such as DAVE DOES and Angus Wong playing indie dance and pop music.
Meet and socialize with existing and new friends
OutRunners HK

Saturdays 9-11am from Hong Kong Park Sports Centre, 29 Cotton Tree Dr, Admiralty, Hong Kong. Runners with various degrees of experience/ competitive flair. You're guaranteed to find others with similar expectations and goals. Arrive 5-10 min before for stretches/ warm-up exercises.
Hosted by FinS - Fruits in Suits, Hong Kong
FinS at Pontiac

Third Tuesdays, 6:30-9pm at The Pontiac, 13 Old Bailey St. Join FinS at the trendy and fun Pontiac Bar. Hear about what is happening in Hong Kong for the LGBT+ community over the next month! Happy-hour prices, free entry, prize draw, amazing atmosphere and more at the original and most popular LGBT+ Networking group in Hong Kong. Note: no meetings past couple of months (due to protests?)
Party with The Queens for a worthy cause!
Queens Against Cancer VARIETY Night

July 3, 2020, 10pm. An epic night of live entertainment to help raise funds for cancer sufferers. No child should have to endure such pain. Catch all the shows this Friday, and help save a child's life! Entry with donation to the Baby Ylonda fund - at FLM in person on the night. Easy!
The Sixth Annual Red, White & Rainbow celebration of equal rights & independence
Dark Side Of The Rainbow

July 5, 2020, 3-11pm. A celebration of equal rights and independence! Join in and dig deep into the Dark Side of our Rainbow. $50 Libations from our friends at Dead Man’s Finger’s + Poke by Pololi. Suggested donation of $100 goes towards local LGBTQ charity. Let’s get psychedelic on this shit. Welcome to the Dark Side Of The Rainbow, Baby....
Challenging you and your friends with all things queer culture and beyond...
Big Gay Quiz Night

July 9, 2020, 8:30pm. Test your general knowledge, pop culture savvy, music recollection and your Gay-B-C's with HK's iconic Trans stand up comedian ROSE RAGE. Gather friends to compete in 2-4 player teams. No team? that's ok, just show up that night and we'll put you in one - a great way to meet new friends plus be in the running to win some cool prizes.
DIVERSE & INCLUSIVE Drag Event Explosion - Hosted by DragJam & The Hive Studios
DragJam6 - Just Because It’s Family

July 11, 2020, 7-10:30pm at The Hive (Studios Hong Kong), 8/F Cheung Hing Industrial Bldg, 12P Smithfield Rd, Kennedy Town. Drag Show music, comedy and unique art performance. You're welcome to join us in “Drag” family! Come and show us what you got! 100 audience entries only w/ health/ safety regulations.
2020 Pink Season - 31st Annual HKLGFF
Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay International Film Festival 2020

September 12-26, 2020. Two-week-plus annual LGBTQ film festival with Opening Gala Party at W Hong Kong; HKLGFF Campus Tour; Closing Dance Party. Feature films and shorts screenings at AMC Pacific Place, Broadway Cinematheque, MOViE MOViE Cityplaza, and The ONE.
Asia’s Premier LGBT Festival
Pink Season 2020

September - October, 2020 (TBC). Hong Kong + Asia’s largest LGBT cultural festival of 5 weeks. Past year: Party, Bike Ride, Art Of Brunch, Start A Rainbow Family, Outdoor Cinema, Urban Race, Picnic, Rooftop Party, Gallery/numbers, Plugboat Double Junk Party/floatilla, Fruits In Suits, Campus Tour, Camping, Rainbow Connection, Beer Pong, Sports, Halloween Party, Out/open, Elephant.
Hosted by China Women's Film Festival and Eaton HK
Carmen and Lola, by Arantxa Echevarría

September 27, 2020, 4-5:30pm. Decide your own life. Be who you want, do things that obsess you, fall in love with your true love? Seems ordinary enough, but not for these two 17-year-old gypsy girls, Carmen and Lola, from traditional families. With dreams, eager for the life they want, they meet, fall in love, and as seeds of desire for freedom sprout from their hearts, they must escape.
Hosted by China Women's Film Festival and Eaton HK
The Sharks, by Lucía Garibaldi

September 27, 2020, 6-9pm. A fourteen-year-old girl, Rosina, neither an adult nor a child, is always confused, lonely and overwhelmed by growth, future and relationships. One day, Rosina sees that there are somethings in the center of the ocean, somethings unusual, things that should not be there - The Sharks. In Spanish with English and Cantonese subtitles.
Hosted by China Women's Film Festival and Eaton HK
Wild Nights With Emily, by Madeleine Olnek

October 2, 2020, 7-9:30pm. Emily Dickinson was a woman with a passion for writing and baking. The story of her life as a writer, her attempts to get published, and her vivacious, irreverent side that was covered up for years - most notably, her lifelong romantic relationship with another woman - her best friend and sister-in-law Susan Gilbert.
We don’t just come of age once and then we’re adults forever...
Animals, by Sophie Hyde

October 3, 2020, 7-9pm. Laura and Tyler are soulmates. Thirty-something best friends and revelers in Dublin, each is ingrained in the fabric of the other’s life: dating, partying, drinking - living without limitations. Inevitably, circumstances change, priorities shift and they find themselves, willing or not, on deviating paths. Funny, edgy, bittersweet snapshot of modern women.
Hong Kong’s Sunday pride on the water
Floatilla #15

Early October, 2020, Sunday 10am at South Bay, Hong Kong Island. Communities and friends rent junk boats for an amazing party at sea. Every aspects of our LGBTQ and Strait friends welcome. Read the about Floatilla for details.
The 6th Annual
Pink Dot 2020

Early October, 2020, Sunday 1-9pm at West Kowloon Art Park. A day and evening of music concerts, sun and fun at Hong Kong’s pinkest carnival to show support for LGBTI friends, colleagues and family. Celebrate diversity. Embrace differences - no charge for admission. Up to 15,000 people have joined Pink Dot Hong Kong at Tamar Park in years past. See 2020 updates:
Theme: Equal Justice, Equal Rights
Hong Kong Pride Parade 香港同志遊行

Mid-November, 2020 (TBC), past year 2-8pm, annual SAT parade, from Victoria Park (Causeway Bay MTR) to Edinburgh Place. Assembly area entertainment performances, exhibition, vending booths. After Parties. Check updates at or FB below:
Hong Kong Cultural Center in Tsim Sha Tsui, and the Hong Kong City Hall Theatre
Hong Kong Arts Festival 2021

February - March, 2021 (TBC). The annual month-long festival of arts. Opera; contemporary, Asian/Pacific dance and ballet; music concerts; theater stage performances. Various venues around the city - see website for dates and program listings. Past year performances and events were cancelled due to Covid-19.