A May 11th gradual lifting of lockdown measures included shop re-openings. From June 2nd cafés, bars and restaurants across the country may reopen indoor table seatings, but only open outdoor terraces in the Paris region. Parks, public gardens, historical monuments and beaches will also reopen. Gatherings of over 10 people remain prohibited. Masks are required on public transport.
First Sundays 3pm at Le Trash. Naked Party + Lunch. 2nd Sundays Naked Cagoule Masque Party. Third + fourth Sundays Nature Peinture Naked Party. €10 entry. Also Wednesday and Friday naked events and Underwear Mondays. Closed Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Occasional Saturdays, 10pm-3am at Le Trash, 28 rue de Berceau, Marseille. Clubbing & Cruising 100% Mecs/ Men-only. DJs NICK KAYNE + S Ross, delivers eclectic and supercharged sets in two rooms. Powered by BOXER Montpellier.
Every Thursday 8pm-2am + Every Sunday 2pm-2am Naked Blackout Parties - white sox for bottoms/ black sox for tops/ mixed for versatiles. DJs, cabbins, darkroom, sling, g-hole, xxx videos. Coming: August 18, 2019, noon-10pm. Gay+Friendly Pool Party with 100% men's cruise area and DJs Stéph (Perpignan), Cyril G (Paris), and Jonatan TAMATO (Barcelona).
June 19 - July 9, 2020 - The 25th annual month-long dance festival featuring the best international choreographers, at Théâtre du Gymnase, Théâtre des Bernardines, Campagne Pastré and Esplanade Bargemon.
September 5, 2020. SAT Parade gathering at Les Réformés (Haut de la Canebière), 3pm departure, stopping at La Bourse (Place du Général de Gaulle), continuing to Parvis de l’Hôtel de Ville (Quai du Port) with closing speeches and dance party. Events continue through the night at local LGBT establishments - see website for details:
July, 2020 (TBC) - The 56th annual festival week at Centre de Culture Provençale, 45 boulevard Bara. Provençale, Galician, Finnish, Greek, Moldavian, Nepalese, Peruvian & Togolese folklife festival, choral music and dance; language and dance lessons. See website for events taking place from January through July leading up to the festival.
July 7-13, 2020. The 31st annual week of around 130 films, approximately 23,000 spectators, in cinemas, theaters, libraries, art galleries, and open-air amphitheaters throughout the city. New cinema, fiction, documentary films and workshops. A rich program official selection, parallel programming, round tables, exhibitions, concerts. Also offsite screenings throughout the year.
July 18-25, 2020, at MuCEM, Théâtre Silvain, and the gardens of Palais Longchamp. Five days of jazz from outstanding young artist talent from around the world. See more as announced.
Mid-October, 2020. The 13th Annual Edition. In Nice for four days, then in Seillans and Toulon with a Marseille closing ceremony in October. A rich selection of films around the themes of lesbian, gay, bi, trans, queer+, with world premieres, new releases, experimental creations and award-winning films in the biggest international festivals.