Whether you poke your head out or stay tucked in quarantine, Atlanta’s LGBTQ event planners, demonstration organizers and Twitch.tv mavens can keep you busy over the Fourth of July weekend.

Friday, July 3

Karaoke, Comedy, Drag & DJs Live (top photo). Atlanta’s lesbian nightspot takes their reopening responsibilities seriously, and their commitment to stage shows and dance parties just as much @ My Sister’s Room, every Wednesday through Sunday night.

Black Lives Matter Protests. Join the peaceful demonstrations for the end of police brutality against black people and racial equity in criminal justice @ Downtown, every day. Watch our Instagram Stories for daily protest gathering spots.

Friday BBQ & Sangria for your dine-in or take-out pleasure @ Woofs, all day, 11:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Eagle Hours. The city’s leather-levi bar is taking temps and opening for business every day @ Atlanta Eagle, 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. The owner has his patrons at the top of his priority list, and now requires face coverings.

Midtown Moon is itching to open for real-real amid all the challenges, and you can support this Ansley bar and restaurant in the interim with both in-bar and to-go food and drinks @ 1492 Piedmont Ave NE, 4 p.m. – 3 a.m. daily. 

Happy Hour & Queer Bait. East Atlanta’s gay bar is selling admission tickets in shifts for your safety. Drinks included in entry fee @ Mary’s, 6 p.m. – 3 a.m. Bonus: They are still streaming their Friday Night Virtual Party.

Fuego Fridays Fired Up. Joining Hearts hosts an exciting lineup of international DJs each week @ Facebook Live, 10 p.m.

 

Saturday, July 4

Masks & Fireworks Heyday Dance Party. DJ Kimber and her gays are going lower than capacity with strict enforcement of rules so you can dance out the Fourth @ the Basement, 9 p.m.

Black Lives Matter Protests. Join the peaceful demonstrations for the end of police brutality against black people and racial equity in criminal justice @ Downtown, every day. Watch our Instagram Stories for daily protest gathering spots.

Karaoke, Comedy, Drag & DJs Live! Atlanta’s lesbian nightspot takes their reopening responsibilities seriously, and their commitment to stage shows and dance parties just as much @ My Sister’s Room, every Wednesday through Sunday night.

Eagle Hours. The city’s leather-Levi bar takes temps and opens for business every day @ Atlanta Eagle, 3 p.m. – 9 p.m.

WassupNATL Pleasure Weekend. The party promoters for black gay men bring DJs, go-go dancers and guest stars for two parties today. The Ultimate Day Party and the Stimulus Dance Party are both @ Icebar, 5 p.m. and 10 p.m.

NeonBlk. The all-Black drag show raises funds for individual Atlanta queers of color @ Facebook Live of Dotte Comm, 9:30 p.m.

 

Sunday, July 5

Synchronici:TEA. DJs from around the globe keep you going to benefit Joining Hearts every Sunday, this week with DJs Theo Gomez (photo) and Jerac @ Facebook Live, 8 p.m.

Black Lives Matter Protests. Join the peaceful demonstrations for the end of police brutality against black people and racial equity in criminal justice @ Downtown, every day. Watch our Instagram Stories for daily protest gathering spots.

Eagle Hours. The city’s leather-levi bar is taking temps and opening for business every day @ Atlanta Eagle, 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. The owner has his patrons at the top of his priority list, and now requires face coverings.

X Summer. Gather on the refreshed patio and newly branded corner hotspot for food and drinks @ X Midtown (Ten Atlanta), 4 p.m. - 12 midnight.

WassupNATL Pleasure Weekend. The party promoters for black gay men bring DJs, go-go dancers and guest stars to the 1000 Men Mega Party, featuring a wet underwear contest, $50 shakeoff and more @ Icebar, 10 p.m.

Karaoke, Comedy, Drag & DJs Live! Atlanta’s lesbian nightspot takes their reopening responsibilities seriously, and their commitment to stage shows and dance parties just as much @ My Sister’s Room, every Wednesday through Sunday night.

Keep an eye out for more virtual events as they’re announced on the Project Q and Q magazine Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and of course right here at theQatl.com.

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