Friday, Feb. 15
One of the oldest surviving classical masterpieces and August Bournonville’s most lasting contribution to dance, Atlanta Ballet’s “La Sylphide” is a magical story of forbidden love and heartbreak.
A work of ethereal beauty, “La Sylphide” is an enrapturing tragic love story that will pull at the heartstrings and dazzle with its technical fireworks.
8pm, through Feb. 23
Cobb Energy Center
Clarinda Ross, one of the original founders of ART Station and a Los Angeles actor for many years, will return to the company to perform in her new play entitled “Spit Like A Big Girl.” The play is a comic look at what a Southern daughter learned from her college professor parents.
8pm, through Feb. 24
Come enjoy Queer Bait, featuring videos with DJ Headmaster, at Mary’s tonight.
Every Friday at midnight, it’s time to slip on those fishnets and make-up for the greatest live troupe in the city, Lips Down on Dixie, Inc., for a righteous party in front of the big screen for “The Rocky Horror Show.”
Grab your tribal gear and be prepared to dance the night away with Papa Atlanta Tribal! Justin David & Midnight Train Atlanta presents one of the years most anticipated parties with International Producer and DJ, Suri, taking you higher! State of the art sound, lighting, lasers, and light shows will create the perfect mood for high-intensity dancing and beats!
9pm – 3am
Believe Music Hall
Saturday, Feb., 16
The 2019 Georgia/LGBTQ+ Youth Summit, hosted by Georgia Safe Schools Association, is a time to meet youth from around the state to be encouraged, inspired, and motivated for action. It will offer education, entertainment, breakout sessions, advocacy, and new friendships, as well as a social/talent show.
9am – 6:15pm
Drag Queen Storytime: Valentine’s Day Edition features Miss Terra Cotta Sugarbaker. Come make a Valentine craft, enjoy books and some other treats.
Ponce de Leon Branch Library
Atlanta Leather and Lace is a fundraiser for Lost N Found Youth, with drag, raffles, and shooters all night, as well as DJ Daniel Weaver and host Monica Moree.
7 – 10pm
See the enchanting musical “Ever After” tonight at the renovated Alliance Theatre Coca Cola Stage.
Vicki Powell and Deep South are proud to announce the return of Horse Meat Disco to Atlanta. The group first came to town in February 2018 and currently hold and run regular parties across the UK, Europe, and the world.
10pm – 3am
Sunday, Feb. 17
The PFLAG support group for parents and families of LGBTQ children meets at the Atlanta International School.
2:30 – 4pm
Kia Comedy hosts the Sunday LGBTQ Day Party event, with all sorts of drink specials.
My Sister’s Room
4 – 8pm
Joining Hearts is kicking off its 32nd year with “Love on the Rocks” – its annual fundraising Valentine’s cocktail party. Join in for a fun evening of drinks, food, music and an amazing silent auction to raise funds for the HIV and AIDS community in Atlanta.
5 – 8pm
The Wimbish House
Monday, Feb. 18
T-Time Atlanta Trans Youth holds their weekly meeting tonight.
St. Annes Episcopal Church
Tuesday, Feb. 19
Moderated by Cathy Woolard, former Atlanta City Council President and Atlanta mayoral candidate, the Atlanta City Council District 3 Candidate Forum is organized by the League Of Women Voters Atlanta Fulton County. Invited candidates are Byron Amos, Antonio Brown, Ricky Brown, Matthew Charles Cardinale, Greg Clay, Erika Estrada, Mesha Mainor, Jabari Simama, Shalise Young.
6 – 8pm
Lindsay Street Baptist Church
Get an understanding of Navigating Transgender Legal Issues with guest speaker Taylor Brown of Lambda Legal.
7 – 8:30pm
Johns Creek United Methodist Church
Wednesday, Feb. 20
The 19th annual edition of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival runs through Feb. 26 at various venues and includes some LGBTQ fare.
TEN Atlanta will once again transform from a crowded dance club into a cozy NYC Cabaret for consecutive Wednesday nights tonight with Boys Night “OUT” on Broadway, a one-hour musical and comedy revue written by Broadway veteran performer Robert Ray.
7 and 9pm
Thursday, Feb. 21
Join the office of Community Outreach and the United Ebony Society of Gwinnett County as they celebrate Black History Month. The celebration and program will include performances, speakers, and proclamation reading. Refreshments will be provided.
6 – 8pm
Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center
Out Front Theatre Company presents the Southeastern premiere of the play “Porcelain,” a suspenseful examination of an alienated young man’s life filled with mystery and murder.
8pm, through Feb. 23
Atlanta Ballet Caleb Lee Hutchinson, from Dallas, GA, and the runner-up on Season 16 of “American Idol,” plays Eddie’s Attic.
Friday, Feb. 22
The Atlanta Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce hosts its Membership Drive & Networking Night.
5:30 – 7:30pm
TWELVE at Atlantic Station
Out director Kent Gash has returned to the Alliance Theatre, where he formerly worked, to helm the new drama “Goodnight, Tyler.”
8pm, through March 10
Saturday, Feb. 23
Hosted by the Zami Nobla National Organization of Black Lesbians on Aging, the Annual Audre Lorde Scholarship Benefit and Community Awards is tonight, with the keynote address by Simone Bell. The emcee is Kendra Nicole Bryant, and the event will also feature poetry by Kamilah Aisha Moon.
7 – 9pm
Hotel Indigo – College Park
The Rho Kappa Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and the RKL Education Foundation, Inc. cordially invite you to attend the 9th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Breakfast today. The program will acknowledge and recognize individuals, groups and corporations within the Gwinnett community promoting diversity through leadership, innovation, and community volunteerism.
9 – 11am
550 Trackside-Historic Event Facility
Come see The Queeriety Variety Show on the last Saturday of every month. Each show will be jam-packed with improvisation, live sketch comedy, stand-up comedy, puppetry, and drag performances.
The Village Theater
Leonce, the co-founder of Atlanta’s MORPH party, makes his Banshee Late Night debut.
11pm – 2am
Sunday, Feb. 24
Mickey Friedman returns to Xion Atlanta for an early morning spin.
Out On Film joins forces with the Atlanta Film Festival, Bronzelens Film Festival, Women and Film in Television Atlanta and the Plaza Theatre Foundation for an Oscar viewing party. Doors open at 6:30pm. At 7pm will be some Oscar trivia and the awards start at 8pm. The event will also have an Oscar pool contest with prizes. Award-fab attire encouraged. The event is a ‘pay what you can’ donation and proceeds go towards participating organizations.
Monday, Feb. 25
Play Texas Hold’Em for free.
Friends Neighborhood Bar
Tuesday, Feb. 26
Enjoy rotating DJs and pool at
Wednesday, Feb. 27
The Auburn Avenue Research Library, in collaboration with Charis Books & More, will host educator Shani Robinson and journalist Anna Simonton, as they discuss their newest publication, “None of the Above: The Untold Story of the Atlanta Public School Cheating Scandal, Corporate Greed and the Criminalization of Educators.” The event is free and open to the public.
6 – 7:30pm
Thursday, Feb. 28
Join MAAP, Bill Kaelin Marketing, and PALS (Pets Are Loving Support) for a night of fun and networking with a complimentary Got Moxy cocktail and some great giveaways courtesy of Tito’s, Bill Kaelin Marketing, and the Moxy Hotel – Midtown’s brand new hotel hot spot. The evening’s giveaways include: an overnight stay at Moxy, an overnight stay at the AC Hotel, complimentary bar tabs, dinners for two, prizes for your dog and more.
7 – 8:30pm
Saturday, March 2
The ManShaft: Lumberjack Edition is a time to come warm up with your fellow “woods” men. Gear up and pull out your flannels, union suits, skull caps, & tight jeans. Expect a hot log jam full of furry chests & faces, hot daddies, bears & their cubs, and you. The night features DJ Eric, DJ Diablo Rico, and DJ Mike Pope.
9pm – 3am