Friday, March 1

Vikki Powell and Mateo Segade present the dance party “Daddy Issues” tonight.

10pm – 3am

Heretic Atlanta


Get into the best house music in the Southeast with DJ Ron Pullman every first Friday of the month. No cover!

10pm – 3am

Atlanta Eagle


Saturday, March 2

Atlanta Prime Timers meets today.


Phillip Rush Center Annex


Join DJ Rob Moore and the Hotlanta Rubber & Gear club for a party that only the Atlanta Eagle can bring. No cover!

10pm – 3am


The Atlanta Opera takes a look at the arrogance of youth and the roads not taken in its upcoming production of Tchaikovsky’s masterwork “Eugene Onegin.” Internationally recognized tenor William Burden leads a sterling cast, including baritone David Adam Moore and soprano Raquel Gonzalez. Performances will be March 2, 5, 8 and 10th.

Tonight, 8pm

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre


Up for a road trip? The Chapel Bar and Nightclub in Birmingham welcomes Abhora from Dragula Season 2, plus a cast of misfits.

11pm – 2am


Sunday, March 3

Keep the party going after the ManShaft party with some early morning dancing at Xion. DJ Dee Martello aka Twisted Dee will spin the beats as the sun rises over Atlanta.

3am – 7am

BJ Roosters


In recognition of Black History Month and its 2019 theme Black Migrations, the Auburn Avenue Research Library will host the photographic exhibition Homecoming: The Windows and Mirrors of Black Portraiture, featuring selected images from AARL’s archival collection. This exhibit is a visualized metaphorical extension of the term migration that emphasizes the use of portrait photography of and by Black people to construct and inhabit new social realities.

Running through May 19


Monday, March 4

Join the Georgia HIV Justice Coalition’s monthly community meeting to discuss efforts to modernize HIV criminal law in Georgia. Drawing on the support of both state and local community partners and national HIV advocacy organizations, advocates from the public health, medical, legal, and policy community came together in 2013 to initiate a campaign to decriminalize HIV in Georgia. Beginning as a Working Group, this group of advocates expanded to the broader-based Georgia Coalition to End HIV Criminalization in 2016. The Coalition is affiliated with the Positive Justice Program, a national network of organizations and individuals working to end HIV criminalization in various states. In 2018, the Coalition rebranded to the Georgia HIV Justice Coalition.

6:30 – 8pm

Phillip Rush Center


The PFLAG support group for parents and families of LGBTQ children meets tonight.

7:30 – 9pm

Atlanta International School


Tuesday, March 5

Be brave – it’s Underwear Night at the Atlanta Eagle.

7pm – 3am


Wednesday, March 6

Don’t miss Ruby Redd’s Birdcage Bingo tonight, joined by some drag royalty.


The Hideaway Atlanta


Thursday, March 7

Out director Kent Gash has returned to the Alliance Theatre, where he formerly worked, to helm the new drama “Goodnight, Tyler” tonight.

8pm, through March 10


Held the first Thursday of the month with host Alex Suarez, FEMME is dedicated to providing a safe space in Athens for queer folks, allies, and a range of entertainers to come to together under one roof for an amazing night of performance, drag, and one big ass dance party. This month features Edna Allan Hoe from the Haus of Gunt, Lazanya Ontre from the Haus of Gunt, Cola Fizz from the Kourtesans, Edie Bellini from Atlanta, DOT the queen and beats by DJ Quincy.

9pm – 2am

Sister Louisa’s Church


Friday, March 8

Out artist Sonia Leigh plays tonight at Eddie’s Attic.



Come enjoy Queer Bait, featuring videos with DJ Headmaster, at Mary’s tonight.


DILF is back in the ATL as Joe Whitaker presents “Strapped” at the Heretic Atlanta. Harness, Jocks, underwear highly encouraged. DJ Xavier Alvarado travels all the way from Mexico City to bring you the hottest beats. Pre-sale tickets $10. Tickets also for sale at door.

10pm – 3am


Saturday, March 9

Atlanta Freedom Bands’ first concert of the year, Dance the Night Away!, promises a heart-pumping, toe-tapping tour of the sounds and rhythms of dance. The program spans a wide range from folk dances and ballet to swing and the Latin flavors of mambo, tango, and cumbia. The music features an expanded percussion section that is sure to keep the tempo driving all through the show. These infectious rhythms will also give you a taste of several different cultures from around the world as we travel from Russian villages to the streets of Cuba and the salons of Buenos Aires.

8 – 9:30pm

Druid Hills Presbyterian Church


More to Love presents … WISH! An immersive experience where all of your senses will be taken on a journey. Stroll the Bazaar Market with local vendors, partake in some “love potion”, join in a hookah session with friends, and watch performers and entertainers of all varieties. Shake your hips to the beats of DJ Chris Gris all under a Moroccan tent. All proceeds go to More to Love’s volunteer trip to help the Hill Tribes of Northern Thailand. Ticket entry to this event also gets you into the Heretic Atlanta all night long. Pre-sale tickets are $15. Tickets are $20 at the door.

4pm – 10pm


Keep the party going with the More to Love after party with beats by DJ Roland Belmares.

10pm – 3am

Heretic Atlanta


Sunday, March 10

Xion is back with another world-renowned DJ to keep you dancing into Sunday.

DJ Oscar Velazquez will take you higher with beats all morning long.

3am – 7am

BJ Roosters


My Sister’s Room is the home for Queer AF and Crazy AF, with guests Angel Fazce, Jackson Rimsday, D’Knighten Day and Candida Valentina, hosted by the Queerly Beloved Revue.



Monday, March 11

T-Time Atlanta Trans Youth holds their weekly meeting tonight.


St. Annes Episcopal Church


Tuesday, March 12

Catch the world premiere musical “Men With Money,” about three bachelors in New York – two of them gay and looking for love.

8pm, through April 7

Aurora Theatre


Wednesday, March 13

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, March 14

Tonight, Film Love continues its retrospective at the High Museum with selections taken from the 2009 series Civil Rights on Film. These historic films are inspired responses to the challenge of representing segregation and the struggle for black Civil Rights onscreen. Produced in 1953 by the Georgia Department of Health as a training film for midwives, “All My Babies” documents the extraordinary working life of Mary Francis Hill Coley, an African-American midwife from Albany, Georgia. In the film, Coley assists two different families with their children’s births, and the contrast between these two families is the window through which the film subtly addresses inequality in the rural south during the Jim Crow era.

7 – 9pm

Hill Auditorium of the High Museum of Art


KC and the Sunshine Band are still as widely popular today as they were when they first danced into the music scene 40 years ago. Harry Wayne Casey – KC for short – developed a unique fusion of R&B and funk, with a hint of a Latin percussion groove, giving us an impressive string of hits like “Get Down Tonight,” “That’s The Way (I Like It)” and “Shake Your Booty.” See the band sing their greatest hits tonight.


Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre



Friday, March 15

The acclaimed gay-themed film “Giant Little Ones,” about two teenage boys who have been best friends since they were small kids, and how one night changes everything, opens at the UA Tara today, various showtimes.


Also opening today is Ondi Timoner’s “Mapplethorpe,” starring Matt Smith as the ground-breaking gay photographer, Landmark Midtown Art Cinema, various showtimes.


The G8Yties ‘80s Dance Party returns to Heretic Atlanta! Special guest DJ ERIC will play his favorite collection of your favorite ‘80s songs with music videos on the big screen TVs throughout the club/bar.

10pm – 3am


Saturday, March 16

Join Out On Film, AID Atlanta, Atlanta Pride and Out Front Theatre Company for AIDS Now, AIDS Then. Two to three films will be screened including “Buddies,” the first feature film to deal with HIV/AIDS, and 2017’s “Paris 05:59: Theo and Hugo,” tracing how HIV/AIDS has been portrayed in film since the ‘80s – and how its portrayal has evolved. The event is free and will feature a panel discussion after the films.

Noon – 6pm

Out Front Theatre Company


Now in its ninth year, PB&J gallery presents Body&Soul. With all you’ve come to expect from this sensual and erotic event, this exhibition celebrates the nude male form at its most compelling. This year, in addition to photography we are featuring drawings by Alexander Clark. Photographers Bob Burkhardt, Trevor Green and Derrick Lejermon exhibit their latest work. Come early as this show promises to deliver a near-capacity crowd. Beverages and hors d’oeuvres will be served, with free admission and parking.

7 – 10pm

PB&J Gallery


Saturday, March 23

Following up on Gays For Plays sold-out Theatre Night at Out Front Theatre Company’s “Porcelain,” tonight the group gathers for Out Front’s “I am My Own Wife.” The Pulitzer and Tony Award show is based on a true story, inspired by interviews conducted by the playwright over several years, and tells the fascinating tale of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, a real-life German trans woman who managed to survive both the Nazi onslaught and the repressive East German Communist regime. In addition to the show, Out Front will be announcing the lineup for its 2019-2020 season tonight.

7:30 – 10pm


The Sprung! event features Aquaria of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” Other guests include Edie Bellini, Hydrangea Heath, Iv Fischer, Molly Rimswell, Taylor Alxndr, Thin Mint, and Video Tronic, with music by DJ Esmé (La Choloteca) and a photo booth by Jamie Hopper. The lewk is Slutty-Spring-Nymph, Fragonard’s Floral Fuckb0i, PopPrincess, Clad in Pastels, and Bacchanalian Bottom.

10pm – 3am

Deep End


Sunday, March 24

With a Tony-winning score by William Finn, “Falsettos” is a landmark musical about how we love, live and grow. When Marvin leaves his wife Trina for a guy named Whizzer, they all determine to salvage something from the resulting fallout to form a new kind of family. Throw in a lovesick psychiatrist, a precocious thirteen-year-old and two lesbians from next door and you get the story of a modern family learning to navigate the stress of family dinners, the pressure of planning the perfect bar mitzvah and the heartbreak of saying goodbye.

2 pm, through April 28

Actor’s Express


Tuesday, March 26

Snow in July, comets falling from the sky, the world is thrown into chaos as Cupid rips off her wings and gives up on Love. But her old flame Saint Valentine has a plan to bring her spirits back up; and it involves the relationship between two men, Alejandro and Benny. Moving from outer space to Hackensack NJ, “I Wanna Fuck like Romeo and Juliet” – written by Andrew Rincon – is a queer love story of epic proportions that investigates God and mortals, realism and fantasy and the shame and joy within queer love of color. The event is free.

8 – 10pm

Out Front Theatre Company


Sunday, April 7

Jazz 91.9 WCLK presents Patti LaBelle with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

6 – 8pm



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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. DJ Eric, DJ Diablo Rico and DJ Mike Pope will spin the hottest beats all night long.

10pm – 3am

Heretic Atlanta


Spotlight Event

More to Love presents… Wish!

Get ready for your senses to be immersed in the sights, sounds, and scents of middle eastern ambiance as More to Love presents … Wish! In its third year, the organization is focused on giving back to communities around the world.


“This year, More To Love is taking a group of volunteers over to Northern Thailand to help do humanitarian work for the Hill Tribes. We will be teaming up with The Mirror Foundation which is a local, established team,” says Chad Wick, found of More to Love. “All money raised will go towards this mission which will include airfare, program fees, etc. Additional funds raised will go towards bedding and malaria nets for the community. Our desire is to take this love that has been kindled here and help set it ablaze not only locally but globally.”


From hookah sessions to exotic dancers and performers underneath a Moroccan tent, the event held at Heretic Atlanta will take you on an unforgettable journey. “Heretic has not only been a supporter of MTL from the beginning but has truly gotten behind our mission this year,” said Wick. “There is a team that helps put these events on- their ideas, their contributions, their sacrifices. I feel honored to be a part of it all. I also feel like we are tapping into an energy that is already there within us all, within our community.”


The party goes from 4 – 10pm with tickets available online and at the door. DJ Chris Gris will take you higher behind the DJ booth all night long. Entry into this party gets you into the Heretic Atlanta all Saturday night!

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