NYC Pride 2016 Events: Full List of Parties, Parades and More

Source: AP
Source: AP

There's nothing on Earth like Pride Month in New York City. No matter your sexuality, the Big Apple-hosted festivities celebrating LGBTQ culture and history are the same: loud, proud and unrivaled fun that can be enjoyed by everyone. 

June will feature celebrations across the boroughs, and 2016's festivities come along with a milestone: the one-year anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision that made same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states.

Here are events happening in NYC in June to help you celebrate LGBTQ pride.

June 1

White Elephant Burlesque

June 3

Lesbo-a-GoGo

First Fridays: LGBTQ Black Pride Edition at Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

June 4

Troupe429

ShakesQUEER

June 5

Señor Frog's Drag Brunch

June 6

The Bob Show

June 7

Making the Invisible Visible: NYC LGBTQ Historic Sites Project

June 9

Nightgowns

June 11

Doodz

Gay Night Pool Party and Dive-In Movie

Laid BK Pride Party

June 12

Bey & Jay's Big Gay Day (And Sing-along)

June 14

Jim Downs reading

June 19

Pride Luminaries Brunch

June 20

OutCinema: Strike a Pose Screening & Party

June 21

Family Movie Night

June 23

Gay-larious! The LGBT Stand-Up Comedy Show

June 24

Fantasy

The Rally

June 25 

NYC Pride VIP Rooftop Party

NYC Pride: Graffiti

Teaze: 12

June 26

The March

PrideFest

Femme Fatale

Dance on the Pier: Dance 30

Read more: The Straight Ally's Guide to LGBTQ Pride

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