Drag shows Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Dance nights, theme parties.
Epic weekly urban parties and special events at Rain and various other locations around Atlanta on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Tuesdays. Schedule changes every few months keep it fresh - see website for the latest:
Saturdays, 11pm-4am, at Anchor Club, 1878 Piedmont Avenue NE, Atlanta. Supersized entertainment for sexy men - free admission + $3 cocktails and $10 pitchers all night. DJs Trouble, Jay Marz, Kenya and AC. Call party line: 404 246-9000. See website for details on this and other Wassup events.
Thursday 10pm-4am 18+ urban dance parties at Suede Tapas Lounge, 257 Trinity Ave, with hot and sexxxy go-go boys and DJ Scrilla playing the best in HipHop music. $3 drinks/ $10 pitchers.
Every Thursday 8pm-3am at Heretic, 2069 Cheshire Bridge Rd. Country dance nights. Free Line Dance Lessons 8-9pm + Open Dance 9pm-3am. Never a cover! Beginners welcome.
Through December 30, 2017, at Serenbe Playhouse, Chattahoochee Hills, GA. June 2 - August 13 - Robin Hood; Jun 22 - Jul 9 - MacBeth; Aug 3-27 - Cabaret; Sep 28 - Nov 5 - The Sleepy Hollow Experience; Nov 30 - Dec 30 - The Snow Queen. Full Season Ticket for One: $150.
August 30 - September 4, 2017. The largest African-Am pride. Past year included: Hip Hop Karaoke. STRIP HER -Soul Bar/ Pals Lounge. Comedy Show -Georgian Terrace Hotel + Live Ladies Lounge -Museum Bar. Atlanta WETher! Celebrity BLOCK PARTY -CLUB OPERA + Traxx Girls Big BANG -Georgia Freight Depot. PureHeat Community Festival 2016 -Piedmont Park. SPLASHer Rooftop + White Party -ENIGMA.
September 28 - October 5, 2017, an 8-day annual LGBT film series of screenings at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinema. Celebrating LGBT Pride at the Movies since 1987. See their website for screening details and special events.
September 28 - October 6, 2017 at Le Maison Rouge. An intimate cabaret experience with opera singers, ballet dancers, and a Kurt Weill composition written during the tumult of1933 in his native Germany. A critique of capitalism, weaving popular music of the era, enveloping the audience with a story of sin and revelation. Composer: Kurt Weill. Librettist: Bertolt Brecht.
October 13-15, 2017. One of the largest Pride parades and festivals in the nation, brings more than 300,000 revelers from the southeast and beyond on Sunday for the celebrations. Kicks off at 12 noon SHARP. Assembly from 10:30am on streets near the Civic Center MARTA Station - on Peachtree and 10th streets to Piedmont Park
Early April, 2018 (TBC), annual events. Mr & Ms Atlanta Eagle Contest, Victory Party & afterparty, leather brunch + Mr Southeast Rubber 2017 contest - also the 31st anniversary of the Atlanta Eagle!
Late April, 2018 (TBC). Weekend of events, entertainment for bears, cubs, otters, chubs, chasers + friends from around the globe. FRI 9pm-3am Bearracuda Kick Off Party at Heretic. SAT 10:30pm-3am Bear Invasion at Jungle + After Hours. SUN Bear Brunch.
Late May, 2018 (TBC). Four days of festivities to feast on. Past year: Thurs-Sunday at various locations in DT Atlanta: queertastic dance parties, workshops, movie screenings, panels, and art showcases. FRI SFQP Opening Dance Party. SAT Workshops and Panels + SWEET TEA Queer Variety Show. SUN Workshops and Panels part 2. A community organized/ funded event.
June 29 - July 2, 2018 - July 4th Weekend run events, lazy days of sun & fun - pool parties, bar/events/socials, food, Mr. Atlanta Bear and Atlanta Cub Contests, side trips, vendors. Courtyard Atlanta Executive Park host hotel. Wipe your paws and groom your fur; it's time to make plans for another fun-filled bear run on Independence Day weekend - see online for details.
Mid-August, 2018 at Eagle Atlanta. Annual SE LeatherSir, Leatherboy, Community Bootblack and SE Mr. Rubber contests. Vendors, cigar party, spanking & paddling, rope bondage demos, BBQ/Beer Bust, Puppy Mosh, entertainment, auctions, SEBB Pig Dance Saturday, and more. See current and past titleholders for Mr. Southeast Rubber and Mr. Hotlanta Rubber on their website.
Mid-August, 2018, 11am-5pm at Piedmont Park. Outdoor Midtown event presented by the Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces; all ages, races, customs and interests, featuring up to 250 painters, photographers, sculptors, leather and metalwork, glass blowers, jewelers, and crafters; artist demonstrations, live acoustic music, foods and beverages, and an Emerging Artists Pavilion.