Designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon say the show will be “a live spectacle celebrating of the art of drag — both in New York and around the world.”
All the drag greats will be in attendance and sharing a stage at Wigstock 2018, and Bianca Del Rio sat down with us to discuss what’s in store
Three and a half years ago, the ‘gay scene’ of Los Angeles was largely a two-neighborhood proposition. Since the early ’80s, West Hollywood has been a gayborhood of epic proportions, home to a litany of LGBTQ residents, bars, restaurants and other establishments. And six miles away from West Hollywood (a […]
Folsom is adding shameless sleaze to its lineup through a partnership with Mario Diaz, co-producing Deviants, the fest’s official closing party
Though Town in Washington D.C. may be dead, many other nightclubs and gay bars are thriving — and we need to patronize them now more than ever
Vanessa Williams stopped by New York’s Club Cumming Monday night for an impromptu performance of some of her hits, including ‘Colors of the Wind’
We’re super excited to share some good news with you: New York’s Club Cumming is allowed to once again host live-performances and DJs
We attended the Mr. Bear 2018 competition in Paris to spend an evening with some furry, frisky fun-loving fellas — here’s what happened (with pics to boot)
Hi Tops Los Angeles is coming to West Hollywood, but will it play nice with GYM, the gayborhood’s other gay sports bar, just six blocks away?
They’re four kids who grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas, and now they’re bringing an anything-goes queer sensibility to L.A. nightlife
Drawing 5,000 attendees annually, Black Party took over gay NYC for its 39th installment
Seattle drag queen and nightlife genius Verotica packs hundreds of men onto a dance floor each month, and she did it again this past Saturday
It’s time to party! Welcome to the nightlife section of Hornet where you’ll find all of the latest LGBTQ nightlife news about town. Being gay and strutting your stuff on the dance floor or at the club have always gone hand-in-hand. While many people in the gay world consider themselves “non-scene” and would much rather spend a Saturday night at home, nightlife has always been a staple of the gay community. And the gay nightlife scene is getting crazier than ever.
Throughout LGBTQ history, going to a club, a gay bar, or another safe space has always been the best and perhaps only place in which gay individuals can be themselves. Thus, it should be no surprise that nightlife is still a thriving part of gay culture. Creating a club or a gay bar is really about bringing people together. It’s a place where people are free to dress, do and say as they please, free of judgment from the straight world.
Here, you’ll find articles about everything you need to know about the LGBTQ nightlife scene, from secret clubs in NYC to must-see gay attractions in cities all over the world. Slowly but surely, great American cities like Denver, Minneapolis, and Memphis are starting to create their own LGBTQ hotspots. So if you’re moving to a new city or just taking a quick vacation, make sure to check out our list of where to go and what to see when it comes to gay sightseeing.
Even if you don’t live in a major city and you don’t have access to a neighborhood gay bar, you can always live vicariously through articles like these. Learn about what’s happening and what’s changing in the gay nightlife scene with full coverage from Hornet.