Next week Saturday August 1, Pharaoh Entertainment plan to heat up the Cup Match party scene with SWEAT, a a private LGBT Cup Match Party at Bootsie’s at The Grand from 10 PM to 3 AM with music by DJ Blazian Kidd.
DJ Lady Blazian and DJ Quiet Storm present the party we’ve all been waiting for… FANTASY PRIDE, a summer night cruise aboard the MV Destiny on Friday, July 10 from 11PM-3AM. Tickets are $50, which includes a complimentary rum swizzle and hors d’oeuvres. Cash bar. Bathing suits are optional (personally, we plan to get wet)!
It’s the Wednesday before Valentine’s Day… Come out, meet and greet, LOVE who you are, and BE YOURSELF! ♥
Rumba°r Lounge & Rainbow Alliance of Bermuda present Rumba°r Rainbow Wednesdays: a fun, LGBTQ-friendly, wider community welcoming social event (bring your friends)!
DJ Lady Blazian will be back again providing you with groovy house, pop, r&b and reggae beats. Rumba°r will supply the drinks and eats, and Rainbow Alliance will have some very special WORLDPRIDE giveaways! See you at Victoria Grill/Rumba°r Lounge, February 11 2015, from 6-10 PM.
Rainbow Alliance of Bermuda, in collaboration with the Centre for Justice, the Human Rights Commission, Kinsfolk Bermuda, and Two Words and a Comma, are excited to announce Bermuda’s participation in WorldPride 2014 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, from June 20-29, culminating in the Annual Pride Parade on Sunday, June 29th, 2014.
By Nadia Arandjelovic
Event organiser Valentino Tear said he’s known for putting on a good party.
Last year he held a series of gay-friendly events on the island and said the feedback was extremely good.
Tomorrow night [January 25] Mr Tear will be hosting his first event of 2014 — a Bermuda Pride party at Docksiders from 9pm until 3am.
Looking for a fun, safe, rainbow-friendly party this Wednesday, Cup Match Eve? Come and party with Bermuda’s LGBTTQQIA2S Community! Music by DJ Quiet Storm (Januari Gibbons). 10 PM to 3 AM at Muse Skybar, and admission is only $15!
Muse Skybar is located on Front Street across from the Ferry Terminal.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6: A second event to promote equal rights for gay people is to be held in a city nightspot tomorrow (Thursday).
The Big Gay Thursday event — with a dress code of business attire — is aimed at fostering links between Bermuda businesses and the gay community.
But organiser Valentino Tear, a Bermudian based in England, where he is a successful DJ, said: “I want to encourage everyone to come to these parties.
“They are not exclusively gay — but they are gay-friendly. A lot of people say they don’t want to go because people will think they’re gay. But this is not a gay or a straight thing — it’s a Bermuda thing.
“It’s an opportunity to show we can all party together as one, supporting and respecting each other as Bermuda residents and human beings. It’s an open event and everyone is welcome.”
The event will be held at Taste One Four One in the new Sir John W Swan Building on Front Street.
The Island’s gay community is encouraged to step out of the “corners and closets” and band together for Bermuda’s first advertised gay party on Monday night.
Organised by gay rights activist Valentino Tear, it’s hoped Pink Disco Monday will provide a fun and safe environment for the local gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community.
Musician Shine Hayward will perform at the event at Red Steakhouse & Bar; Mr. Tear will DJ.
A night of music, food and friends – and you’re invited!
Come out to Chewstick on the 22nd of December! Bring your iPod and playlists and any snacks you want to bring along, and we’ll have ourselves a good ol’ fashioned shindig! And, of course, the bar will be open!
$5 cover charge at the door to help support Chewstick who has been a great help to us all year!
- Where: Chewstick, corner of Court & Elliott St.
- When: Saturday, December 22, 2012
- What time: 9:00pm until 1:00am
- How much: $5 donation to Chewstick
- What to bring: your dancing shoes, snacks, music
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4: A special party for gay and lesbian cruise ship passengers will be held tonight at the new Cosmopolitan Night Club.
Mark Anderson, also known as Sybil Barrington will host the event for some 100 passengers on the Norwegian Gem.
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