Weekend Roundup

What's happening Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Friday, Sept. 16

Read an exclusive Q&A with John Stanley in the new G Philly! He also spins tonight at The Bike Stop with Robert Drake.

DJs Robert Drake and John Stanley spin retro favorites at The Bike Stop during “Bottoms Up” happy hour (5-9 p.m.).

Check out Task, a play by Dave Ebersole, at Walking Fish Theatre that confronts everything from sex and drugs to coming out and teen pregnancy (8 p.m.).

Tony Enos is live at Shampoo (10 p.m.) for Latino Pride.

Stimulus hosts its “Back to School” party at Marathon at 10th and Walnut (10 p.m.)

Erik Ransom plays highlights from Coming: A Rock Musical of Biblical Proportions for the Late Night Cabaret at the Underground Center for the Arts at 12th and Callowhill (10 p.m.-4 a.m.).

Hear Britney, Beyonce, Gaga and more upstairs at 1320 Chancellor Street with DJ Deejay on deck (10 p.m.).

Saturday, Sept. 17

Celebrate the 15th anniversary of Delaware Pride (11 a.m.-6 p.m.) at Gordons Pond State Park with singer Taylor Dayne.

Penn grads produce Voice of This Generation: Love Lost (7 p.m.) at the First Unitarian Church with “War Wedding,” a song cycle based on the poetry of Alun Lewis.

The A Space hosts a discussion about queer migrant workers (7 p.m.)

Cheer on your favorite contestants in the Gayborhood Games (9 p.m.) at Voyeur. G Philly‘s Natalie Hope McDonald is one of the judges (pick up the new issue of the magazine).

Taylor Dayne plays Delaware Pride (courtesy of Delaware Pride)

The Keystone Boys of Leather celebrate their third anniversary (10 p.m.) at the Bike Stop.

Sunday, Sept. 18

PhilaVentures heads to the Tyler Arboretum (12 p.m.) in Media. Join fellow LGBTs for an afternoon outdoors at this 82-acre woodland. Tours leave from the 69th Street terminal.

Ladies 2000 lands at Havana in New Hope (3 p.m.) for a tea dance in the heart of town.

The Big Gay Boat Party has a last hurrah (6 p.m.) aboard the Moshulu.

Planning an LGBT-friendly event? Tell is about it: nmcdonald@phillymag.com