This groundbreaking, uproarious musical celebrates the life and legacy of the Queen of Disco.
More info: http://www.fabuloussylvester.com/
With a Joseph L. Mankiewicz retrospective featuring such classics as All About Eve, The Barefoot Contessa, and Guys and Dolls, and a special screening of Howard Brookner’s Burroughs: The Movie, this year’s New York Film Festival is replete with gay classics.
More info: http://www.filmlinc.com/nyff2014#
Hotlanta’s annual LGBT film festival returns once again to showcase the latest and greatest in contemporary gay cinema.
More info: http://www.outonfilm.org/Home.html
One of the best LGBT family events of the year, this annual convergence on Disneyland makes for a fun-filled weekend for kids and adults alike.
More info: http://www.gaydaysanaheim.com/
Orlando’s annual Pride festival marks its 10th year with a concert series, the annual parade, and a performance by Lil’ Kim.
More info: http://comeoutwithpride.com
Hot off the heels of her bicoastal Pride performances and the release of her anti-bullying anthem “Really Don’t Care,” gay icon Demi Lovato brings her world tour to Washington State.
More info: http://demilovato.com/
The main event of this year’s iteration of Montreal’s annual circuit party marathon is an epic retro-futuristic bacchanal inspired by Fritz Lang’s Metropolis. With the proceeds going to local HIV/AIDS charities, feel free to dance till dawn, as it’s for a worthy cause.
More info: http://bbcm.org/en/
Join your fellow bears in the wilderness for this annual bear run featuring dances, a luau, “Bearoki,” and day trips around the city.
More info: http://frontrangebears.org/obf/#lightbox/0/
Offering up more than a week of the most anticipated and groundbreaking national and international LGBT films, shorts, and videos, Real Q is Appalachia’s premier gay film festival.
More info: http://plgfs.org/2014-festival-reel-q-29/
The largest Pride event in the Southeast, the Atlanta Pride festival celebrates the South’s LGBT community with marches, music, and a massive party.
More info: http://atlantapride.org/
The largest National Coming Out Day event, this Gayborhood block party attracts more than 30,000 people with performances from local talent, food, and a massive flea market.
The Emmy-winning comedienne takes the stage at Phoenix’s storied Celebrity Theatre.
A benefit for the esteemed HIV/AIDS charity Project Lazarus, Halloween New Orleans is an unmissable weekend kicking off with the tony Lazarus Ball, climaxing with the “Descent” dance party, and wrapping up with a traditional NOLA second-line parade.
More info: http://www.halloweenneworleans.com/
In the self-proclaimed Gay Capital of the Ozarks, one Pride just isn’t enough, so three times a year the gayest little Arkansas town holds a Diversity Weekend. Its fall event offers a wide array of attractions, from live music to drag shows to pool parties.
More info - http://www.gayeurekasprings.com/
The world’s largest Halloween street party takes place every year on the roads of West Hollywood. Since Halloween is the official unofficial gay holiday and WeHo is one of the great gay meccas out west, this is sure to be a party that won’t disappoint.