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Gay New Orleans

In an historic Bywater Center Hall home
Drag Brunch

Saturdays, 10am-3pm at The Country Club, 634 Louisa St. Drag Brunch, bottomless mimosas, amazing food & fabulous fun! Space is extremely limited and reservations are recommended. Call 504-945-0742. Brunch also available on Sundays. Dine at The Country Club, in parlor rooms, on the veranda, or by the pool - seasonal Italian-French and Creole-Southern cuisine.
Get togethers in and around New Orleans for fun and frolic
Renegade Bears of Louisiana

Monthly Beer Bust, 3rd Fridays at Phoenix Bar + almost monthly Alphabet Soup dine out events. Special events throughout the year, especially for Mardi Gras + Southern Decadence. No monthly meetings/ organized organically. ...we like to keep it loose. Want to join us? Just show up!
Sound on for this magical shit!
Blue Moon Circus presents Sounds of Fire, episode 1

April 25, 2020, 3pm EST. LIVE on Instagram @bluemooncircus Saturday Sounds of Fire episode 1 featuring Elizabeth Hallows, Shaun Crawford and Ember Crow. The ladies will sling the flames from 6’ or more while across many, many miles, songwriter and composer, Shaun Crawford, produces beautiful rhythms on guitar. FREE! If you would like to tip, please send bags of money!
Burlesque, drag, cabaret, comedy, music, spoken word...
Allways Lounge May

Some of the many events: Swingin’ Sundays! Burlesque Bingo w/ Lefty Lucy; That’s Not Drag; Esoterotica Original Erotic Readings; Van Ella Bordella Storyville Burlesque; Eastward Facing; PokéDrag Drag Battle; Bayou Blues Burlesque; Theatrical Rock Fable Cry; Midnight Drag Brunch; Hummingbirds Happy Hour Variety Show; Cut throat freak show; Queer Mountain; Tits+Bits...
A one-of-a-kind comedy experience
Just This Once Comedy Showcase + Morphed Comedy

May 27, 2020, 7:30-8:30pm. This has never happened before and it will never happen again. Laugh with us at Southern Rep Theater. Doors at 7pm. Show starts at 7:30pm. Tickets are $10 - followed by Morphed Comedy, a unique show of stand up and sketch comedy. The ticket will get you into both shows.
Since 1971
New Orleans Gay Pride 2020 - Cancelled

June 12-14, 2020. Cancelled due to Covid-19. Three-day weekend. Kick-Off party + Variety Show + Washington Sq Park Festival + Saturday evening Pride Parade through the French Quarter, then dance and Sunday Tea-Dance. For updates/ details see fb or website below:
French Quarter Festivals
Satchmo SummerFest

July 31 - August 2, 2020. The premier American Jazz Festival dedicated to the life, legacy, and music of New Orleans' native son, Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong. See lineup and schedules as announced, at their website:
Featuring the Lube Wrestling Contest
Neon Burgundy’s Jock Strap Cabaret

August 28, 2020, 11:30pm-2am. Monthly night presented by NEON Burgundy​. Drag and wrestling for $10 a head. Sign ups open to all, show at midnight. Wrestling and Drag get underway shortly after sign ups. See more upcoming dates at:
Top gay Labor Day Weekend destination
Southern Decadence 2020 New Orleans

September 3-7, 2020. Annual Labor Day THU-MON Weekend celebrations, 100,000+ crowds; around-the-clock street/ dance parties; parade through the French Quarter. Revelers may shock some tourists (much to their delight!). Events include: Big Dick Contest, FRIDAY Parade, Boys on Parade Strip Contest, Outdoor Concert, Hot Ass Contest, SUNDAY Parade, T-Dance, Midnight Party, Closing Party.
Hosted by Joe Fiore Productions
Furball Southern Decadence

September 5, 2020 (TBC) SAT 10pm-4am. FURBALL may return to New Orleans for their 6th Year at Southern Decadence (for confirmation see fb events) - a hot night with 100s of furry, SWEATY guys in the heart of the French Quarter! Leather/ Fetish wear gear encouraged (not mandatory). Go-go bears.
Music in the streets
French Quarter Festival 2020 - New Dates

October 1-4, 2020. Annual music festival & parades. Music stages are located at Jackson Square, Woldenberg Riverfront Park, Bourbon St, Royal St, Bienville St, the French Market, St. Mary’s at the Ursuline Convent, and Louisiana State Museum's Old U.S. Mint. Special events at locations throughout the French Quarter. See the website for more details, closer to the date.