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HER’s guide to NYC World Pride 2019: The lesbian parties and queer events you need to be at

IT’S HERE! The biggest baddest Pride NYC has ever known. And oh have the people showed up to give you the Pride of your life. You’re going to be drowning in parties. Read on for a list of the biggest highlight events, the sober parties and the deets on the marches. And click below to see everyone who has signed up to be at Pride and what their plans are here:


THE MAIN EVENT

Hot Rabbit Presents ••• PRIDAY ••• an LGBTQ World Pride celebration!

The only party you cannot afford to miss. Hot Rabbit is hosting one of the biggest events of the year to kick off your Pride the right way. 4 floors of Go-Go Magic, BuzzFeed’s AM to DM’s Alex Berg, Haircuts from Hairrari, Makeup and GLLIITTEERRRR from Fluide, portraits, tarot readings, circus fun. AND! You didn’t hear it from us but expect some celebrity sightings – last year the Queer Eye squad and Sara Ramirez made an appearance.

Hot Rabbit Presents ••• PRIDAY ••• an LGBTQ World Pride celebration!

Friday, June 28, 2019 at 10 PM – 4 AM EDT

Stage 48, 605 West 48th Street, New York, New York 10036

Tickets Available from $20-300


THE HEARTBREAKER

Get ready to dance from open to close on Pride Friday with DJ Amanda Louise from Sydney, Australia, Whitney Day and also in the main room, Panooc who spins a special DJ set while playing live Saxophone! NYC’s own Haruka Salt serves hip-hop, r&b & reggae all night in the ‘Bad Room’, and the hottest go-go dancers keep you moving all night. Plus don’t miss an Epic live performance by Kat Cunning!

Heartbreaker Pride

Friday, June 28th 10pm – 4am

Good Room, 98 Meserole Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Tickets Available from $15-$25 here

THE ROOFTOP PARTY

Following the NYC & World Pride Parade, and just steps away, join 1,000 queer womxn & LGBTQIA’s at New York’s #1 rated rooftop venue as we celebrate and dance to the sounds of 8 TOP DJs from around the U.S. & the World. DJs Theresa, Katie Kace, Elle Kay, Whitney Day, M.O., Zehno, Ina D & Goodboy provide the soundtrack to your Pride Sunday for an incredible 10-Hour Party! Plus a live performance by singer Mindy Jones & rapper DEVMO + Go-Go madness by the Honey Burlesque Dancers. This One-Of-A-Kind Venue features expansive Views of Manhattan, multiple party spaces, VIP & bottle service is available, delicious food menu, and there’s even a mini golf course!

Top of the World

Sunday, June 30th, 4pm – 2am

Magic Hour – Rooftop Bar & Lounge @ Moxy Hotel, 485 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10018

Tickets available from $30-45 here

THE DYKE MARCH AFTERPARTY

Been leading the charge at the Dyke March? Come doing and join your dyke gang at the official afterparty Bad Habit. With Vogue-Go Magic by the Legendary OMARI MIZRAHI and the HOUSE OF OLYMPUS and DJs including Citizen Jane, DJ Robi D Light, DJ Professor X and performances from Scarlett Snow and Qween Beat’s Ash B. PLUS free entry for all Dyke March marshalls and part of proceeds are benefiting the Dyke March. 🏳️‍🌈

BAD HABIT PRIDE •◊• OFFICIAL NYC DYKE MARCH AFTER PARTY!

Saturday, June 29, 2019 at 8 PM – 4 AM EDT

Lot 45 Bushwick, 411 Troutman Street, 11237

Tickets available from $15-40 here

THE BOAT PARTY

A highlight of the official Pride line up – Pier Pressure is back and bigger than ever. Organised by 6 of New York’s leading party promoters, it’s moving in to its 20th year. DJ Miss M will be headlining, with DJ RosyQ leading the NYC lineup. With different decks for different music, you can move from House/Dance/Hip-Hop/Pop on the main deck and mezzanine, through to Salsa/Merengue/Bachata/Reggeaton on the bi-level and grab a bite to eat at the open restaurant on the 3rd deck. Oh my.

PIER PRESSURE NYC #20 presents The PRIDE DOCKED YACHT

Sat Jun 29 8:30 PM – 3AM

Hornblower Cruises & Events Pier, 40353 West Street (West Side Highway & Houston Street) INFINITY YACHT,

Tickets available from $40-250 here

THE ALL DAY FESTIVAL

Sheeeeee’s back! It’s the second coming of the LadyLand Festival…and this time she’s not one day, but two! Join a huge host of performers for an all day, every day Pride experience. LADYLAND is an outdoor queer music festival/ pride party/ intimate concert! It’s hours upon hours of DJs, live music, dancing, & good vibes celebrating WORLD PRIDE 2019! Join them in Brooklyn for this Pride party like no other

LadyLand World Pride 2019

Fri Jun 28 5 PM –Sun Jun 30 4.30AM

The Brooklyn Mirage, 140 Stewart Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237

Tickets available from $55-140 here

THE RALLY FOR RIGHTS

A rally, a parade, a protest, The Audre Lorde Project is back with their Annual Trans Day of Action. Bring your rattles, maracas, and revolutionary spirit! The Annual Trans Day of Action will take up time and space together in a rally and march for gender liberation. Join TransJustice in uplifting the New York City Communities of Color as they champion policy goals for advancing housing equity for Trans and Gender Non-Conforming in New York City.

The Audre Lorde Project’s 15th Annual Trans Day of Action

Friday, June 28, 2019 at 4 PM – 6 PM EDT

59 Washington Square S, New York, New York 10012

-FREE

THE COMING OUT PARTY

When have you been on a date and not have this come up? Our coming out unites us and we all got some good stories to share on this topic. Share yours at this open mic day time event and get yourself sparkling with rainbow energy and out-ness before hitting the Dyke March.

Sat, June 29, 2019, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

The Denizen 54 Noll St., Brooklyn, NY 11206

Tickets available from $30 here

THE PRIDE PARADE

It’s here! The big one! More than the greatest parade we normally we see, this year its WORLD PRIDE. That means around 4 million people coming in to party with the people of New York City. Grand Marshalled by the cast of Pose, Phyll Opoku-Gyimah of UK Black Pride, Gay Liberation Front, The Trevor Project and Monica Helms you’re going to dance all day in this display. But never forget, the first parade was a riot, make your voice heard.  

Sunday June 30th, Noon

26th Street & 5th Ave


THE DYKE MARCH

Get ready to RALLY. The Dyke March isn’t a parade – it’s a protest. So keep your vocal chords in tact and get ready to shout out your visibility and fight for equality with thousands of other dykes. An event for all those that identify as Dyke, this is community focussed. All allies – please leave space and take to the side walk.

Saturday June 29th, 5pm

Bryant Park