Whether you want to keep the party going or turn it down a notch, Sunday in LGBT Atlanta offers something that’s just your speed. From brunch to shows to Oscar Night, we have you covered.
• DJ Sean Mac (top photo) spins Papi’s Winter Brunch @ Las Margaritas, until 3 p.m.
• Not while I’m eating. Wait. We mean while you’re eating. Charlie Brown’s Sunday Brunch @ Joia, through 5 p.m.
• You Time, well spent. Frankly Open gay AA/NA @ St. Bart’s, 4 p.m.
• Everyboydy’s watching. Oscar Night party @ Artmore Hotel’s Studio Bar. Read our big gay Academy Awards preview. The red carpet goes live at 7 p.m., and the ceremony airs at 7 p.m. on ABC, Comcast 3 and 803.
• When “diva” meant one thing. Atlanta Opera presents Verdi’s “Aida” (bottom photo) @ Cobb Energy Center, 3 p.m.
• Two shows, one long-held gay Atlanta tradition: Sunday drag with The Armorettes @ Blake’s, 8 p.m. and the Mary Edith Pitts’ Sunday Spectacular @ Burhart’s, 9 p.m.
• You keep on eatin’ bars. Door to door, hall to hall, wall to wall. You can eat ‘em all: Sunday’s full bar life calendar.
There are so many more gay things to do on today’s Gay Agenda. View the full list on Project Q Atlanta’s interactive community calendar. You can also submit your own events.
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