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Empire State Building in Rainbow Colors for Gay Pride 2015 | © Anthony Quintano/Flickr
Empire State Building in Rainbow Colors for Gay Pride 2015 | © Anthony Quintano/Flickr
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Pride Events You Can Still Catch In NYC

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Pride Month is coming to a close, but your celebrations aren’t over yet. The month of June constitutes a worldwide celebration of the LGBTQ community and the individuals who comprise it, so it’s imperative that we remember the history of the LGBTQ movement while continuing to push forward. On June 28th, 1969, “… the Patrons of the Stonewall Inn fought back against what had become regular, tolerated, city sanctioned harassment by the Police Department. For the first time in history, Gay people refused to accept the status quo of oppression and stood up for themselves…” So commemorate these brave individuals and practice peace, love, and acceptance at these remaining June events.
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NYC Pride March

People flock from all over the world for the NYC Annual Pride Parade. Come out to witness the beautiful floats, colorful dancers, regal queens, and flashy characters for yourself as you celebrate Pride with music, dancing, and love. The parade kicks off at noon and begins at 36th street and Fifth Avenue, ending in the West Village. Be sure to pop into the Stonewall Inn for a drink afterwards!

NYC Pride March, 36th Street and 5th Avenue, New York, NY, USA

New York Gay Pride | © Sasha Kargaltsev/Flickr

New York Gay Pride | © Sasha Kargaltsev/Flickr

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Pride Sunday: Breakfast, Worship and Pride Parade

The Riverside Church has long been a welcoming home for the Riverside Community. On Sunday, June 26th, enjoy a ‘full-service’ Pride Sunday by attending early morning Mass followed by a hearty breakfast before heading out to the Pride Parade. The Riverside Church in Morningside Heights is always open to visitors looking for a sense of belonging.

Riverside Church, 490 Riverside Drive, New York, NY, USA +1 212 870 6700

Gay pride 164 - Marche des fiertés Toulouse 2011.jpg | © Guillaume Paumier/Flickr

Gay pride 164 – Marche des fiertés Toulouse 2011.jpg | © Guillaume Paumier/Flickr

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Night of 1000 Queens: RuPaul’s Drag Race Pride

End your Sunday with a bang, as ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ celebrates Pride month with an epic ball featuring performances by well known Queens and performers. Come out and get your Vogue on at Night of 1000 Queens, and celebrate your individuality with the community.

Stage 48, West 48th Street, New York, NY, USA +1 212 957 1800

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Sea Tea: Gay Pride Fireworks Cruise

Sea Tea is a floating party that offers its guests a wild cruise under spectacular fireworks. If you’re interested in dancing with 1,000 scantily-clad men into the night, then Sea Tea is the party for you. The party boat will leave Pier 40 in SoHo at 6pm on Sunday, and admission is $40 with a complimentary buffet.

Pier 40, 353 West Street, New York, NY, USA +1 212 989 9536

Gay pride 013 - Marche des fiertés Toulouse 2011.jpg | © Guillaume Paumier/Flickr

Gay pride 013 – Marche des fiertés Toulouse 2011.jpg | © Guillaume Paumier/Flickr

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QueerCom

Hosted by the People’s Improv Theatre, QueerCom 2016 runs from Friday, June 24th through Monday, June 27th. The event offers audiences a series of comical stand-up shows, all focused on the theme of ‘Pride’. A wide variety of comedy acts will take the stage, including the hip-hop act, ‘Locked Up Bitches and LuLu Birds: a Wild, Whimsical, Feminist Farce’. Each show starts at 5:30pm, and tickets are between $10 and $20.

The People’s Improv Theatre, 123 East 24th Street, New York, NY, USA +1 212 563 7488