Friday, August 10
The Swinging Foxes play the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Art After 5 (5 p.m.).
Aiden James plays the Tin Angel (7:30 p.m.).
Mauckingbird Theatre goes gay for Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing (8 p.m.) at the Off-Broad Street Theater.
G Philly is proud to be a sponsor of the ninth annual Boys of Summer 2012 (9 p.m.) at Voyeur featuring The Goddess Isis, Alfie, Viscious Delicious and more.
Ladies, don’t feel left out. Stimulus presents the Girls of Summer (10 p.m.) at Shampoo. You’ll want to check your clothes at the door for a swimsuit contest and all the water guns and beach toys a girl could want.
Saturday, August 11
Celebrate your pride at Knoebels Amusement Resort (10 a.m.) during the 18th Annual Pride Picnic. Just bring a covered dish to share.
PhilaVentures explores the Hidden River Trail (11 a.m.). Meet the group at the Locust Street entrance of Schuylkill Banks at 25th Street.
Girls Rock Philly play a showcase at World Cafe Live (11:30 a.m.) with 15 bands and three DJs.
Join SisterSpace in Rehoboth Beach (8 p.m.) for a party at the Seafood Shack with The Girlfriends.
The Peek-a-Boo Revue plays the Troc (9 p.m.).
Freak Boutique benefits Gender Reel (10 p.m.) at Tabu with booty-shaking R&B.
Sunday, August 12
Take the kids to see the Trail of the Lorax (9:30 a.m.) at the Philadelphia Zoo.
It’s Gay Day at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire (11 a.m.) in Mount Hope (less than two hours from Philly). Proceeds from tickets are donated to the Attic Youth Center, Team Philadelphia, Delaware Valley Legacy Fund and the William Way.
Take a guided foodie-friendly walking tour through Chinatown (2 p.m.) with the Independence Visitor Center.
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