Every Thursday BBar, 10pm at the Eagle LA, Silverlake, for Bears, Cubs, Otters and other Furry Creatures. See website below for more - including monthly dinners and brunches, theme bar nights, fundraiser events, summer pool parties, and holiday specials.
Every Friday at Rage, 8911 Santa Monica Blvd, WeHo. Weekly 18+ gay Asian dance party, go-go boys,Pop & Hip Hop music videos. Free Entry before 9:30pm. $8 before 10pm, $12 general admission.
Every second Friday at Eagle LA, 4219 Santa Monica Blvd, Silverlake, LA. Fetish Fridays, for men, dress code strongly encouraged.
SUNDAYS: BeFierce, at 340 Restaurant, 340 S Thomas St, Pomona, 18+ each Sunday. THURSDAYS: Tigerheat at Avalon Hollywood, 1735 N Vine St + other venues. FRIDAYS: WTF Fridays at Shark Club, 841 Baker St, Costa Mesa. No cover 18+ each Friday. See websites for updates:
March 27, 2015, 9pm-3am, at 5955 Hollywood Blvd Epic event hitting LA. "We have been traveling through space and landed back in Hollywood." A space-themed EDM event, all aliens and dancetronaut costume's welcome. 18+ to enter, 2 stages, 2 bars, photo booth, patio, face painting/body massage. Last year saw 800+ attendees. This year will sell out, so grab your tickets now.
March 27, 2015, 9pm-2am, at Dragonfly, 6510 Santa Monica Blvd. MAIN ROOM DJ: ROTTEN ROBBIE (San Francisco). 21+ bears, cubs & friends, friendly guys, chunky visuals, giveaways, tasty snacks, go-go bears. $5 before 10pm, $10 after.
March 28, 2015. Saturday LEGION Mr LA Leather 2015 election 7pm and dance 10pm-4am at Club 333, 333 W Boylston St, DTLA, with DJs Tony Moran, Ana Paula, Debby Holiday, and Matt Pernicano + silent auction and vendor mart - see their website.
March 29, 2015, 11am-7pm at 4219 Santa Monica Blvd. Closing event of LA Leather Pride Week! JUSTIN DAVID PRESENTS, Performing Live: MISSING PERSONS, Debby Holiday, GayC/DC, Clutch the Pearls and more! DJs Casey Alva and MattPernicano, Gourmet food trucks, ice-cold beer and specialty drinks; artisan jewelry, fine art and furniture vendors, Leather & fetish gear.
April 10-12, 2015, Edgemar Center for the Arts, Santa Monica. Four days of screenings, parties + artist programs celebrating independent filmmaking. Competing films include short films and documentaries, showcasing local and international talent, giving audiences the opportunity to see undiscovered treasures of the industry, often hidden in the shadow of the great blockbusters.
April 10-June 28, 2015. With a life as storied as many of the characters in his films, Wellman told just about every kind of story there is: war films, screwball comedies, domestic dramas, westerns, social problem films, crime films et al; telling truths most often found in the lives/ spaces of the cast off, marginalized and damaged. April 10: A Star is Born + Nothing Sacred. All films:
April 11 + 18, 2015, 1:30--3:30pm $5 Open Gyms at Poinsettia Park. The ultimate high energy, action packed competitive sport! Dodgeball pioneer World Dodgeball Society and Varsity Gay League are teaming up for the Sweaty Saturdays Open Gyms and League Play! Grab a ball, and join us for all the wild fun! League starts Saturday, April 25th 1:30-4:30pm for an 8 week season.
April 12, 2015, 1-4pm, TOM House, 1421 Laveta Ter, LA. Nude Figure Drawing/ Painting monthly workshops, 2nd or 3rd Sundays. $25 suggested donation. No one turned away for lack of money. Over 25 years dedicated to protecting, preserving & promoting erotic art. DJ RocketManLA spins with over 100,000 songs! Workshop Coordinator: Miguel Angel Reyes. Reservations required.
April 24-25 + May 1–2 , 2015, at Spirit Studio. Theatrical multimedia tour of queers in music by performance activist Ian MacKinnon. An erotic quest to cruise sexy queer musicians from the dawn of time to the Classical Era, Roaring 20’s, Blues, Rock, Glam, Punk, Disco and more, bringing to light some favorite and some lesser known queer musicians who changed the world.
May 3, 2015 at Billy Wilder Theater The Boys From Fengkuei (1983) -early masterwork follows 4 teen boys from a sleepy fishing village seeking thrills in the southern port city of Kaohsiung. The Green, Green Grass of Home (1982) -city and country tangle again as a substitute teacher from Taipei becomes romantically interested in his fellow teacher, until an old lover comes to reclaim him.
Ongoing through May 4, 2015 at the Getty Villa. Stele honoring Prokleides, a military officer in the Athenian army, is on view at the Getty Villa in a gallery (208) devoted to Religious Offerings. Carved in relief above a public decree are figures of Antiochos, the mythical founder of the tribe Antiochis, and his father, the Greek hero Herakles.
June 12-14, 2015. Annual events, thousands throng the heart of West Hollywood for world-class entertainment & big Santa Monica Blvd Sunday Parade from 11am (Fairfax Ave. to Doheny Dr.), plus festival in West Hollywood Park. Live entertainment, multiple stages, dance venues, exhibitors, food and drinks vendors. See previous years' photos/videos on their website, plus more details:
July 9-19, 2015. Showcasing the best LGBT stories from around the world - 175 films and videos from 28 countries in 6 different venues across Los Angeles over 11 days. 108 separate public programs, 6 galas, 68 features, 16 short film programs and 18 panels and special events and countless parties and receptions! . See screenings, venues, parties and receptions schedule below:
Early August, 2015 (?), at Sundance Cinemas and other venues throughout LA. Celebrating the renegade spirit of independent filmmaking, a 4-day film festival of screenings, panels, parties, and filmmaker workshops. The event is an extension of the NEXT <=> section at the Sundance Film Festival, showcasing stylistically adventurous films that take a bold approach to storytelling.
October 31, 2015 (to be confirmed), 6-11pm. Every Halloween. Highlight of the WeHo calendar, revelers don their most outrageous outfits for the annual Halloween and Costume Carnival. Over 400,000 participants throng Santa Monica Boulevard for food, merriment, contests, music and stage acts. See here, and below:
January 2016, annual event at The Fonda Theater, 6126 Hollywood Blvd. Music, theatre, dance, art, storytelling, circus arts, fashion, technology, art & stories, artists, performers, high-flying trapezes, steam-powered machines, costumed ballgoers. See Vau de Vire Society. TICKETS ON SALE OCTOBER 31, 2015.