First and Third Wednesdays, at Maxim Bar, Melantrichova 5. Gay dance every first and third Wednesday. Unique show for Prague, with DJs Evson and Beza, live erotic performances, dancers.
April 9, 2014, 10pm-5am, Radost FX. "The oldest and still the best gay & friendly party in the Czech Republic!" Usually first Fridays, with resident DJs Vilem Gleich & Henrietta Šeri. Special guest star di Yarouch. House/ electro/ pop music, lollypop decor, fashion photographers, special drinks. "Boys & their bitches" --free 'til 11pm.
Vinohradská 40. Grand opening of new club, associated with nearby Club TerMix, in newly renovated old site of Valentino Club basement with DJs Jirka & Tiffa. Will open every Friday and Saturday night 10pm-6am for 18+ young energetic gay dance crowd, no cover charge (100 Kč drink minimum), VIP options.
May 10, 2014 from 10pm at Mecca Club, U Průhonu 3, 17000 Prague. Periodic Saturday night, 18+ gay/mixed dance party. DJs O'Halley Brothers (Brazil), Pekos /Mecca, Meccanicii, resident, Special Office show and decor; sexy dancing office boys. 190 Kč at the door. For more info see facebook and website below:
July 4-12, 2014. One of Europe's major film events now in 49th year, includes international feature films not seen in competition elsewhere, documentaries, forums of independents, & retrospectives. Great cinematic variety, thousands attend - book early. Direct bus service: Vlak-bus.cz
August 11-17, 2014, Czech capital queer pride Saturday parade (noon at St. Wenceslas statue), festival at Střelecký ostrov. Also sports events, exhibitions, theatre & film, guided tours, river cruise, workshops, picnic, concept & dance parties, music festival, carnival-inspired street parade. See website for details + previous years media.
August 26-31, 2014, annual street fair at Ovocný trh (Fruit Market near Old Town Square). Over 1200 performers from the Czech Republic and around the world. Also crafts, beer and wine stalls; foods such as Old Bohemian Cake, Trdelník, Bohemian pies, and grilled sausages.
November, 2014 in Prague, and the following week later in Brno. Details on films and venues online. See 2013 festival program & tribute to Tom Kalin, video-artist, LGBT rights/ AIDS activist, professor of film at Columbia University NY, and film director, writer/ producer in New Queer Cinema.