How To Do NYC Pride Right

NYC Pride is online this year, but don’t worry, there’s still plenty of in-person events to attend in New York City. There are tea parties, brunches, and even a party cruise. Here’s some of the most fun ways to show your Pride this June.

Vaxxed Pride at The Stonewall Inn

The Stonewall Inn, the home of the gay pride movement, has a packed schedule this month. Its biggest event, the Safe Spaces Concert, was online on June 1. Fortunately, they also have an in-person event for people who are fully vaccinated, aptly dubbed the Vaxxed Pride Party. The party is at the Stonewall Inn’s second floor on June 25 for $15 cash at the door, no reservations needed. It goes from 9 a.m. to 4 a.m. and will feature DJ Kim Dazy. You can find more info on Instagram.

Photo: Eater

Gay Pride Party Cruise

Event Cruises NYC is hosting the Gay Pride Party Cruise, which starts on June 27 at 10:30 p.m. The cruise will sail by the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building, which will be lit up in rainbow colors. You have to be at least 21, and food and drinks are available for purchase on board. There’ll also be a live DJ performance. Tickets start at $50 and you can buy them here.

Photo: Event Cruises NYC

Pride Soiree with LIVE music at Central Park

Join MusicTalks for a celebration of pride month featuring Singer-songwriters Yanni Burton and Shira on June 17th. This event will feature two concert vignettes performed by top artists spaced out throughout the evening with time to mix and mingle in between!

7:30pm Yanni Burton + Bass – Original songs and pop covers

8pm Shira + guitar – Songs by Female singer-songwriters

Location: Central Park by Columbus Circle. Buy tickets here

Queer Art Summerfest

The Queer Art Summerfest, an “accessible, inclusionary and equitable” art festival, will be held at 3 Dollar Bill in Brooklyn. It’ll feature over 30 vendors and drag performers, according to their website. Both a fundraiser and a marketplace, the Summerfest is on July 10 (yes, July, not June) from 2-7 p.m. and tickets are free. You can register for the event here.

Photo: Queer Artfest NYC

Cheers Queers! Drag King Show

Drag King Show would be a super fun event to attend. it is a drag king collective. They are dedicated to drag kings, non binary and queer artists through live and digital media. It will be a full on extravaganza and you can purchase tickets for June 26th weekend here

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Annie Burba is a sophomore at New York University studying journalism and psychology. She spends her spare time reading, scrolling through TikTok, and trying not to kill her plants.
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