Weekend Roundup

Your guide to Friday, Saturday + Sunday

Friday, July 15

Longhorns (courtesy of QFest)

The William Way opens its latest art exhibition (6 p.m.) – a group show featuring three of the winners from this year’s Juried Arts Show. The work includes black and white photography and watercolors.

Meet and greet the director of Longhorns at Uncles (7-9 p.m.) before the film screens at QFest.


Helium welcomes Tig Notaro – she played Officer Tig on The Sarah Silverman Show (8 and 10 p.m.).

Stimulus is back at the Marathon Grill on 10th Street with July Stimulus: The Final Cut (10-2 a.m.), the official after-party for Circumstance at QFest.

The Venture Inn celebrates Vanessa Sterling’s birthday with a drag show (11 p.m.) featuring Dee Lamour and Mrs. Pinklewinkle, and appearances by Sandy Beach and Mr. Venture David Amodi.

Saturday, July 16

Philadelphia Family Pride hosts its summer potluck (11 a.m.) at Ridley Creek State Park in Newtown Square.

The IBA hosts a Meet & Greet (2:30 p.m.) at Postino Coast in Old City with director Wendy Jo Carlton and actors Fawzia Mirza and Jacqui Jackson of Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together at QFest.

Photographer JD Dragan talks about his latest exhibition “Modern Slave” at AxD Gallery (3-4:30 p.m.). Read our Q&A with the artist here.

Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together (courtesy of QFest)

Catch the after-party for QFest‘s What’s the Name of the Dame? (11 p.m.) at Voyeur when director Allen Neuwirth and producer Jack Chen meet and greet fans.

Catch the post-screening party of Finding Me: Truth at Ms. Tootsie’s during QFest (6 p.m.).

Tabu hosts Summer in the City (10 p.m.).

Club In or Out in Hammonton, N.J., hosts Carnival (11 p.m.).

Sunday, July 17

Join the Big Gay Boat Party (6 p.m.) at the Moshulu.

And sing a long with Brittany Lynn at the House of Dragon karaoke party (9 p.m.) at Yakitori Boy.