Weekend Roundup

The ultimate guide to LGBT events Friday through Sunday

Friday, April 13

GALAEI’s Third Annual DARLA Ceremony (5 p.m.) at City Hall gives the David Acosta Revolutionary Award to someone who works to improve the lives of Philly’s Latino LGBT community.

The Crimson Moon in Wilmington, Del., hosts a Titanic Party (6 p.m.) with DJ Zip.

Noted trans icon Buck Angel is at Aphrodite Gallery (6 p.m.) to talk about transmasculine sex with a Q&A to follow.

Greensgrow Farms is going Whole Hog (6 p.m.) with a feast and live rockabilly show.

Lassos and Lariats weekend kicks off at Woody’s (7 p.m.) with a night of country dancing to benefit the Attic Youth Center and William Way.

Camp Tabu has the laughs (9 p.m.) upstairs at Tabu thanks to guest host Erin Mulville and a showcase featuring Dan Vetrano, Sarah M., Rae Drew and Nate Johnson.

X.O. Lounge hosts the Traffic Light Party (10:30 a.m.). Show up in the color that best describes you as taken (red), single (green) or maybe (yellow).

Saturday, April 14

Greater Philadelphia Flag Football League (GPFFL) hosts open play at Columbus Square Park (9 p.m.). All skill levels are welcome.

Calling all ladies to a women’s party at Women’s Fest at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center (5 p.m.). Ladies 2000 is hosting the party to benefit Camp Rehoboth.

QVentures (5 p.m) goes to the Philadelphia Circus School for lessons under the Big Top.

Buck Angel spends another night at Aphrodite Gallery (6 p.m.) sharing video clips and discussing how he enjoys love and sex as a transgender man.

Lassos and Lariats is at ICandy (7 p.m.) with country dancing and raffle prizes.

This year’s Mr. Drag King Competition (7:30 p.m.) is at the William Way to benefit the Philly Dyke March with host Notorious OMG and performances by Liberty City Kings Drag & Burlesque. Crown a new king with an audience award for best drag.

Butch Cordora presents “Covers” at Frame Fatale (7:30 p.m.).

Guys compete to become the next Mr. Gay Philadelphia (8 p.m.) at Voyeur with host Brittany Lynn and performances by Aeryanah Von Moi, Poison, Jesse Braff, Ginger Coyle and Tammy Faymous.

It’s One Night of Queen (8 p.m.) at the Keswick.

It’s Loopy Saturday (9 p.m.) at Sisters with Three Olive drink specials.

The smell of leather is in the air during the Asian Fusion Leather Auction and Carnival (9 p.m.) at the Bike Stop. Kinky demos will be on display with proceeds benefiting the William Way.

This month’s Arouse (10 p.m.) at Finnegan’s Wake benefits the Dyke March. It’s also the official after-party of the Mr. Drag King Competition.

Summer Clearance and Thunder Showers perform at the Beagle Tavern (10:30 p.m.) in Norristown.

Sunday, April 15

PFLAG meets (2 p.m.) at University of Pennsylvania’s LGBT Center.

QOTA becomes a tea dance (2 p.m.) for April at Metro Men’s Clothing with complimentary Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka and Tom’s favorite Metro cocktail.

Delaware Valley Legacy Fund’s Queer Theatre Series continues with Twelfth Night (2 p.m.) at Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre. It’s followed by a cocktail reception (4:30 p.m.) to discuss gender and sexuality in Shakespeare.

Lassos and Lariats wraps up with a bachelor and bachelorette auction at Woody’s (6 p.m.).

InterAct Theatre presents the Philadelphia premiere of Tim Miller’s Lay of the Land (7 p.m.).

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  • http://kqgcqpqwo.gb Eloy Plewa

    What do I need to move to Poland from the USA?