Nightlife :: Parties
Bob Mould and Rich Morel return to ring in the end of summer with another highly-anticipated "BLOWOFF" event in NYC at the Gramercy Theatre on Friday, Sept. 13.
The symbol of gay pride is a rainbow but if the Southern Decadence festival that draws to a close on this Labor Day proves anything it is that the ubiquitous "pride flag" could easily be the color of money.
As gay men continue to evolve, so too does the gay party scene.
No one does a party like the Big Easy, & this has grown to be the U.S.’ biggest, raunchiest, wildest nonstop gay party weekend.
Get prepared for the flight of your life, New York. WE Party Airlines will arrive in Midtown’s mammoth Hammerstein Ballroom to bring a dance extravaganza that will send you into orbit.
A small informal affair explodes into an annual dragstravaganza.
Contestants are gearing up for Murray Hill’s Annual Miss LEZ Pageant 2013 at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory on Aug. 18.
Manhattan just isn’t big enough for them! In a sea of options Matinée NYC has decidedly taken its PRIDE party of the year off of the island and returned to Governors Island for another show-stopping event!
NYC Pride today released the identity of its second headliner for the annual Dance on the Pier. Legendary singer and actress - and gay fave - Cher will perform her new single, "Woman’s World," at the dance.
Multi-platinum selling recording artist and equality advocate Deborah Cox will headline NYC Pride’s 27th annual Dance on the Pier.