Century Ballroom is offering Outdancing – one of the longest running nights for the LGBTQ social dance community in the country. A special edition of Outdancing will be held on June 28, which will also act as a fundraiser for the annual Seattle Dyke March.
The Charter Hotel
Fog Room and Patagōn are partnering with Lambert House to bring specialty Pride cocktails during Pride weekend and donate a portion of the proceeds to the organization. The cocktails will be $14 and $4 will go to Lambert House. Patagōn will be serving the Stonewall Punch made with Svedka Rose vodka, lemon, sangue cheery liqueur and Gerard Bertrand sparkling rose, along with the Watermelon Rose made with cucumber lime vodka, watermelon puree, lime and mint. Fog Room will be serving Come As You Are made with cucumber lime vodka, Pueblo Viejo Blanco tequila, lime, cucumber and firewater, along with Baker’s Flag made with tea vodka, lemon, Campari and cava.
elaia spa is celebrating with spa services that embrace equality (and some detox time) for all. With its elaia couples retreat, guests can immerse themselves in an oversized Japanese soaking tub and slip into relaxation before the couples elaia signature or holistic massage.
Price: 90 minutes – $165 per person
120 minutes – $225 per person
Queer/Bar’s Queer/Pride Festival
Queer/pride, a 3-day queer music and performance festival on Seattle’s Capitol Hill, will take place Friday, June 28 – Sunday, June 30, 2019 on 11th avenue between E. Pike and E. Pine streets. The outdoor street party will have a main stage, dance floors, bars and a new VIP experience. This year’s queer/pride talent lineup includes drag artists from RuPaul’s Drag Race, nationally recognized DJs, musical acts and some of Seattle’s most talented queer performers. 3-day general admission and VIP passes are on sale online at http://queerpridefestival.com/.
The Tin Table
The Tin Table (and Century Ballroom) is owned by Hallie Kuperman, a long-time LGBTQ business owner who has been active in the LGBTQ community for over 20 years. Both executive chef Frank Wielgosiek and sous chef Donna Looney are also proud members of the LGBTQ community. The Tin Table invites the LGBTQ community, as well as those who support the LGBTQ community, to celebrate a delicious, casual Southern Barbecue Deluxe on Monday, June 24!
Urbane is offering special Pride cocktails to get festive throughout the month of June. Pride Star, made with pomegranate infused vodka, housemade sweet and sour, and edible glitter stars along with Rainbow City, made with rice infused rum, simple syrup, half and half, and rainbow glitter, are sure to get parade goers in the spirit!
Love Out Loud Weekend – 6/28-30
Friday – Butt Dial
A garage rock trio welded to a paint-stripping horn line, Butt Dial filters originals and covers alike through an insistently distorted surf funk sound bolstered by a battle chest of brass. The whole concoction is then coated in a sultry syrup of powerful croons, hollers, and stage energy bordering on the Vaudevillian. Take a ride on the Butt Dial Express – a fabulous party band experience!
Saturday – Pride-lesque
Kick off the night with feathers and fierceness as W Seattle welcomes five of Seattle’s hottest burlesque dancers: Waxie Moon, Jamie Von Stratton,Moscato Extatique, Ruby Mimosa and Faggedy Randy. 8PM-10PM, W Seattle Stage.
Sunday – Mimosas with Mama Tits Pride Brunch
Soak in the Pride celebration as you soak up that Hill hangover with the brunch of all brunches. Before hitting the Pride Parade, just steps from W Seattle, enjoying Mama Tits’ “Mimosas with Mama” performance in the Living Room. 8AM-2PM – $29 brunch buffet. Mama’s performance runs from 9AM-11AM. RESERVE YOUR TABLE AT TraceSeattle.com.
Lesley is the founder and editor of What’s Up NW. Prior to creating WhatsUpNW.com, she was the Seattle city editor for AskMissA.com. For both publications, Lesley has covered fashion shows, openings, and local charity events. She has written numerous articles shining the light on local businesses, encouraging readers to always shop local.