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Gay Sacramento

Country Hoedown
Country Western Dancing

Every Saturday, 7-10pm at Faces, 2000 K St, with the Sacramento Capital Crossroads Gay Rodeo Association. Lessons 7-8pm and Open Dance 8-10pm. No cover before 8pm.
Friends of the SVB, Myk Ciapusci and John Leggett
Sacramento Valley Bears Pool Party

August 27, 2016, 1-6pm at 8581 Jaytee Way, Fair Oaks. Bears' next pool party of the season! A potluck! Homemade goodies preferred, (don't feel bad if you can't). Bring something to share based on last name: A-K: appetizer/salad; L-Z: dessert. The club provides bottled waters and soft drinks, and grilled meats - BYOB (drink responsibly). Members free; guests $10 donation.
Labor Day Weekend
Club Papi - Rainbow Festival Weekend Kickoff Party

September 2, 2016, 9pm-2:30am at Badlands. Kicking off the Rainbow Festival weekend, Papi Boyz in full effect presenting the RUPAUL DRAG RACE PUERTO RICAN INVASION show featuring JESSICA WILD and LINEYSHA SPARX live on stage. Puerto Rican heartthrob/ papi dancer DRAE Bday bash + horny LA/SF/SAC Go-Go Studs!! DJ POLO (SEA) rocks the house with Latin, Dance, Hip Hop Musica!
The 29th Annual
Sacramento Rainbow Festival

September 4, 2016. Annual Sunday street party at 20th and K Streets intersection Midtown, raises money for local LGBTQ causes. Performances: Grammy Nominated Deborah Cox; Billboard 90's Artist Kym Sims; Miami's Quadruplets Fourever1; Rupaul's Drag Race Allstars Detox; YouTube's AB SOTO; RuPaul's Drag Race Puerto Rican Invasion Jessica Wild, Lineysha Sparx; + more...
Sacramento’s Capital Crossroads Gay Rodeo Association
Sierra Stampede

September 16-18, 2016, at the Central Park Horse Arena, 848 Elkhorn Blvd, Rio Linda, near Sacramento. See rodeo website for updated information about the rodeo and associated events at the bars.
Sacramento International G&L Film Festival

October 13-16, 2016. The 25th Annual LGBTQ film festival, at Crest Theatre, 1013 K Street. Four days of LGBTQ film screenings presented in October. Tickets TBA.
Fun for Everyone
Sacramento Capital Pride

June 3, 2017 (TBC). The parade is free, usually starting 11am Saturday on 3rd and N Street and ending on 10th and N Street. The festival has been located on Capitol Mall between 4th and 7th streets with over 140 vendors, on stage entertainment, local DJs spinning a mix of today’s music, country, Latin, club hits and more! See website for this year's details.