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NYC Pride 2022

June 17, 2022 | 4 min Read

The entire month of June is Pride Month; and we have a round up of some of the most memorable and fun ways to participate in the festivities and advancement of rights for all persons. Love is love.

Pride March

The coup de grace of Pride Month is June 26th, which marks the Pride March to memoralizes the homosexual homicide by the police in 1969 at the raids on the Stonewall Inn in New York’s Greenich Village. Today, it has evolved into a celebration of expressions of acceptance and love regardless of gender preference the world over. The parade is one of the biggest in New York with over 2 million visitors. And it attracts a big crowd for good reason! It’s also one of New York’s most decorative, debaucherous and wild parades.

The floats are not to be missed, nor is the dancing, the drag queens or costumes of spectators. It’s a time for flamboyant self-expression marking a celebration of unity, love, dignity and respect that is at the heart of the LGBTQIA+ movement. The parade moves through 5th Avenue (Madison Square Garden) to Greenwich Street and passes the somber Stonewall National Monument. It ends at Pier 54 with an oversized party.

For more information on Pride Month, see the NYC Pride.

5th Avenue to Greenwich St.

June 26, 2022

12pm- ?

NYC Pride Brunch

This annual event is an indulgent culinary experience (with an open bar) that celebrates local business leaders and their impact on queer communities. 2022 will celebrate Black LGBTQIA+ leaders in the community to honor Juneteenth. The brunch features food stories and bites from 6 outstanding Black LGBTQIA+ chefs as well as serves to shine a light on activists who are also doing outstanding work in business. The experience will be hosted and curated in partnership with Chef Sicily Sierra and features opportunities to connect with community members, an awards ceremony, performances, open bar/cocktail stations and more. Tickets start at $30 and can be purchased here.
June 19, 2022
12pm – ?
74 Wythe Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11249

History Discussion on Queer Art and Culture

During the 1970s and ‘80s New York City’s decrepit West Side Peers were a space where gay and lesbians went to hang out. Today, New York City piers continue to serve as queer hangouts, but the landscape of LGBTQIA+ culture has changed dramatically. Learn about the history of the West Side piers and how their reclamation by the LGBTQIA+ community shaped New York in this engaging discussion.

This local history discussion will take place with Stefanos Milkidis, CUNY and Pratt Institute professor and the director the Queer Space Studies Initiative and Dr. Aditi Paul, professor at Pace University and author of The Current Collegiate Hookup Culture. The discussion will explore the experiences of queer communities in New York City from the radical to the digital. For more information, see the NYCPL website. The talk is free but registration is required.

June 23 2022

5:00 – 6:45pm

New Amsterdam Library

9 Murray Street

New York, NY 10007


Love Above All Ball

If you have a bigger budget, want to splash out for Pride, all while help a great cause, there’s no better place to do it than at the Rainbow Room for this year’s Love Above All Ball. The ball is a benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, a philanthropic organization that with the help of the talents and generosity of the American theatre community has raised more than $300 million dollars for essential services for those living with AIDS or HIV.

The evening will feature performers Oliver Simm of The xx, Kill the Lights’ singer and actor Alex Newell, plus DJ Mazurbate, Drag Race Season 11 contestant Honey Davenport, and Jinkx Monsoon, future winner of All-Stars Season 7. The dinner will be created by famed chef Andy Braaghani with drinks by mixologist Shannon Mustipher. It’s bound to be a night to remember with great food, drinks, music and entertainment! Tickets are $375 and can be purchased on the ball’s website mentioned above.

Friday, June 24 2022

9:00 pm – 2:00 am

Rainbow Room

Rockefeller Center

45 Rockefeller Plaza

New York, NY 10111

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