Two day food market held regularly at various locations around Buenos Aires. Whole, fresh, natural foods, raw and ready-to-eat, local and international. Their website also has articles on food, wine, and health, plus features on local restaurants and gourmet shops.
Tuesdays from 10pm - 2am at Buenos Ayres Club, Perú 571, San Telmo. Milonga Tango Queer, open to all, is a meeting point to dance and socialize. Everyone can freely choose their dance partners and the role each one wants to take. See more events at their facebook page.
Party with tourists and locals every Thursday and Saturday year round at some of the best gay friendly and gays bars and clubs in the city! See their calendar for info about each event and fill out the registration form. Includes: Free tapas, beer and Malbec wine; Complimentary shooters; drink discounts! Glam or Human Clubs admission, and jump the line at the VIP entrance!
Sundays, 11am-8pm, ¡FESTEJAMOS EL DÍA DE LA MÚSICA! av Lisandro De La Torre, Gaucho fair in Mataderos, a town SW of Buenos Aires. Traditional folklife/crafts fairs, parades, films, workshops, dances, foods/ music of Argentina, indigenous peoples and neighboring countries. Also on holidays: May 25, Jun 20, Jul 9, Aug 1+ 17, Oct 12 and Nov 10, 2015.
April 15-26, 2015, at various venues. A window onto new kinds of films: those being made around the world that never reach commercial cinemas. Special sections for new films, retrospectives and classics, plus the opportunity to encounter celebrities who come to take part in the event.
May 14-20, 2015, usually with screenings at Espacio INCAA ArteCinema. Features, documentaries, short films - one of the most important Latin America LGBT Film Festivals, and a reference for many others throughout the region. See schedule at their website:
November 14, 2015 (to be confirmed), Saturday pride celebrations each year at La Plaza de Mayo, 6pm march/parade; 18 hours of scheduled activities and entertainment. See their website for future dates and more info.
November 16-22, 2015 (to be confirmed). Dancing the tango without fixed gender roles - not geared exclusively to same-sex couples, but to everyone who supports this concept; to promote respect for diversity and tango for all. Takes place in in the main halls of Buenos Aires and includes the city's most important teachers, dancers and Tango orchestras.