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Guidetogay.com is personally in the big apple this year for Pride and we will be bringing you the hottest pics and coverage from the best events... as with all prdie events around the globe, there are sooo many events on, we decided to let you in on the "must attend" events of the season...
Central Park, Summer Stage
Saturday, June 19 from 4pm–8pm. FREE
Come and join Guidetogay.com at the Pride Rally, with special guests, Martha Wash, Arie Gold, Billie Meyers, Me'shell Ndegeocello, Lt. Dan Choi, The Cast Of Hair and hosted by Bruce Vilanch
EVENT HAS HAPPENED: Visit our photo galleries here
Hex Hector At Splash
Splash, 50 W 17 St.
Saturday, June 26 $10 before 11, $15 before midnight, $20 after midnight.
He is a grammy award winning DJ and a total Pride Legend. Hex will be spinning tracks for the Guidetogay.com crew at Splash - oh and a massive audience of music lovers. A great crowd and one of the "must see" DJs in the world makes this a New York experience like no other. Not only for visitors, but for the locals too!
Work: Welcome 2 Menhattan
Roseland Ballroom, 239 W 52nd St (btwn Broadway/Eighth Ave), 212-343-9090,
PeterRauhofer.com. Saturday, June 26 from 10pm–noon. $80–$150.
The name of the Pride edition of superstar DJ Peter Rauhofer’s monthly dance makes it pretty clear who it’s aimed at. In addition to the Austrian spinner, the party features sets from DJs Ana Paula, Stephan Grondin and Marco Da Silva. An all sexy, all party boy circuit style party that will keep you pumping to the wee hours of Sunday morning - just in time to rock up to 5th Ave and March March March...
Fifth Avenue down to Christopher Street
NYCPride.org. Sunday, June 27 from 11am. FREE.
Comemorating the Stonewall riots, the march is a massive daytime parade/march for celebration and equal rights. A political struggle showcased with glitter and muscle, the New York Pride Parade is a massive route, heading all the way down from Central Park to Christopher street. There are so many vantage points, but if your wanting to come and hang with the Guidetogay.com crew, we will be near the New York City Library on 5th... see you there and show us your... Pride!
Dance On Pier: Dance 24
Pier 54, 13th St @ the West Side Highway - Hudson River Park
Sunday, June 27th, 2010, 4:00 - 10:30 PM, Fireworks
$75 in advance/$100 general admission.
The British electro duo are totally freaking awesome - tearing up Pride celebrations all over the globe, from Sydney's Mardi Gras - the next rainbow event on their worldwide DJ domination is New York City, and what better place to hang than the iconic Party on The Pier, run by Heritage Of Pride.
The Freemasons are no strangers to gay music (even though the boys are cutey straighty one eighties!) — they’ve reworked tracks for everyone from Beyoncé to Kylie, and spun at the White Party in Palm Springs. They’re headlining Heritage of Pride’s official dance this year, with an opening set from DJ Steven Oliveri and from what we hear, a stellar special suprise guest!
Like Mardi Gras Party in Sydney - this is THE iconic event to head too for New York Pride if you want to party party party with Pride.
Pacha, 618 W 46th St (btwn 11th/12th Aves), 212-209-7500, PachaNYC.com.
Sunday, June 27 from 10pm–8am; $40 in advance/$50 general admission
While DJs Tony Moran, Manny Lehman and Mario Calegari and Aussie pussy powerhouse drag diva DJ, Kitty Glitter are taking turns at this A-list dance, gay-fave DJ Susan Morabito will be pulling an all-nighter, spinning from 10pm–8am upstairs in Pachita.
There you have it - the must attend events list for New York Pride 2010! See you there! Or see you in our galleries!