Weekend Roundup

The ultimate Labor Day Weekend Guide to the city and the shore

Friday, August 31

GayFest! continues through the weekend. Click here for show listings and tickets.

Josh Can’t Cook host Josh Schonewolf is raising money for the Ali Forney Center during Josh’s Dinner Party at Tabu (8:30 p.m.). Click here for our exclusive with Josh.

Burlesque is back at Sisters (9 p.m.) with host Notorious OMG and performers including Sophie Sucre of Peek-a-Boo Revue, Ivy Arsenic, Vicious Delicious and Timaree.

The Venture Inn is hosting a drag show (11 p.m.) with Ginger Breadman, Henastasia Beach, Bridgette Jones, Evelyn Fitzmonster, Eva Summers and Feressa the Electric Woman. DJ Carl Couture will also be on the decks.

Saturday, September 1

Made in America takes over the Parkway. Click here for tickets.

Sandra Bernhard plays the Paramount Theater in Asbury Park, N.J. (8 p.m.) during the Crush White Party.

The Vixens & Vagabonds Queer & Kinky Cabaret plays Tabu (8 p.m.) in Wasted. Notorious OMG hosts with special guest Needles Jones.

Bouffant Bangout is at the Barbary (9 p.m.) with DJs SnakPak and Breakfast spinning retro beach tunes.

Twelve Steps Down celebrates its 10th anniversary (9 p.m.). Dress to impress!

Ultra Nate sings live (10 p.m.) at Pro Bar at Resorts in Atlantic City, N.J.

Sunday, September 2

Scarlett Lettah joins Carol Ann and Heaven Leigh for some hilarity at Rainbow Mountain Resort (10:30 a.m.) in East Stroudsburg.

Catch the closing of “Straight & Butch,” “Absolution Lab” and “Hot & Busted” (1 p.m.) at Ven & Vaida – named the best gallery in our “Best of Gay Philly.”

Ladies 2000 rock the Rehoboth Ale House (4 p.m.) in Rehoboth Beach, Del., with DJs Steven Singer, JD and Jivey.

Say goodbye to summer during the Big Gay Boat Party (9 p.m.) on the Moshulu with DJ Deejay.

Brittany Lynn and the girls bring out the Broadway hits in Show Us Your Tunes 2.0 (10 p.m.) at Tavern on Camac.

ICandy hosts its second annual Labor Day White Party (10 p.m.). There’s no cover if you wear white.

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