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New York City Pride 2022: Events That Celebrate Queer Culture
New York City Pride 2022: Events That Celebrate Queer Culture
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As the site of the Stonewall Uprising that helped birth the global gay rights movement, New York City has long been a Pride destination. From the Bronx to Coney Island (and everywhere in between) you can join the LGBTQIA+ community and celebrate queer culture with parades, parties, festivals, drag brunches, and more NYC Pride events curated by a local expert.
New York City Pride 2022: Events That Celebrate Queer Culture
New York City Pride 2022: Events That Celebrate Queer Culture
New York City Pride 2022: Events That Celebrate Queer Culture
New York City Pride 2022: Events That Celebrate Queer Culture
Collection by Eventbrite
As the site of the Stonewall Uprising that helped birth the global gay rights movement, New York City has long been a Pride destination. From the Bronx to Coney Island (and everywhere in between) you can join the LGBTQIA+ community and celebrate queer culture with parades, parties, festivals, drag brunches, and more NYC Pride events curated by a local expert.
As the site of the Stonewall Uprising that helped birth the global gay rights movement, New York City has long been a Pride destination. From the Bronx to Coney Island (and everywhere in between) you can join the LGBTQIA+ community and celebrate queer culture with parades, parties, festivals, drag brunches, and more NYC Pride events curated by a local expert.

The beautiful Rockaway Hotel hosts its third annual Pride family drag brunch, with performances by a long list of drag queens and kings. Spring for VIP tickets to get bottomless drinks and access to a private pre-show reception.

Board the BlueByrd Art Bus and ride around the city as a '60s-inspired live band plays on the roof. You'll instigate dance parties in the middle of Manhattan streets, drink with the crew, and enjoy the magic of Pride in NYC.

Corporations get some recognition for their contributions to Pride at this comedy and drag event, hosted by Jes Tom and Tessa Skara. The lineup of queer performers includes Hannah Einbinder ("Hacks") and Emily Dayton Evans ("The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel").

Once a month, comedians Nika Lomazzo and Anya Volz present a night of queer joy and laughter at Parkside Lounge. After the show, take part in a structured, psychology-inspired social hour to make new besties with zero stress.

NYC's queer community changes as quickly as the city itself, but this free tour hosted by the Whitney Museum seeks to preserve some of the history. You'll tour sites on Manhattan's West Side, where artistic and sexual experimentation occurred side-by-side over the past 50 years.

Trans and nonbinary people ages 18–22 are invited to this welcoming and moving storytelling workshop. Coaches and your peers will help participants share unique stories ahead of a shared meal with new friends.