Weekend Roundup

The ultimate LGBT events guide

Friday, June 15

Have you seen Angels in America yet? The Young Friends (35 and younger) are hosting a pre-show VIP reception (7 p.m.) at the Wilma with complimentary food from Marathon Grill.

If you like Tori Amos, you’ll love Theresa Anderson. She plays the Tin Angel (7:30 p.m.).

Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus celebrates 30 years at the Prince Music Theatre (8 p.m.) with shows through the weekend. The concert features the world premiere of “Raise Our Voice,” a commissioned work by PGMC member Chip Alfred and Michael Djupstom that’s based on interviews with fellow chorus members.

Fierce!, an international queer burlesque festival, plays Tabu (8 p.m.) with Liberty City Kings and more.

Saturday, June 16

It’s Family Play Day at the William Way (10 a.m.) with a baby space for those three years and under, activities for older kids and a chat room for parents.

Sisters celebrates its Sweet Sixteen anniversary with a party (8 p.m.) and a top-shelf open bar between 8 and 11 p.m. Congratulations to Denise and the whole Sisters crew!

Bonnie Raitt plays the Academy of Music (8 p.m.).

Keane plays the Merriam Theater (8 p.m.).

Sunday, June 17

Happy Father’s Day to all the proud papas!

PhilaVentures hits the road to Cobbs Creek for a leisurely bike ride along the recreation path. Cyclists are asked to meet at the Laura Sims Skate House at 63rd and Walnut (10 a.m.).

Uncles is celebrating Father’s Day with Who’s Your Daddy? (11 a.m.) featuring all-day drink specials for all kinds of daddies.

PFLAG meets at XIX (2 p.m.) for an afternoon of cocktails, food and conversation.

The Big Gay Boat Party is back (6 p.m.) at the Moshulu to benefit Philly Gay Calendar.

The Diamond Divas perform live at the South Philly Diamond Club (6:30 p.m.) with Brittany Lynn and Lisa Lisa as co-hosts.

Madonna fave DJ Avicii spins at Revel in Atlantic City (9 p.m.).

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