Summer heats up, and so do the LGBT-ATL events. Get your fill of nightlife, arts, shows and sports during Atlanta's gayest month, then take a breath and come back for more. There's always something going on in our Gay Agenda calendar.

Friday, June 6
“Burning Blue” (top photo) opens its gays-in-the-military run in Atlanta. A DADT love story written and directed by a former Navy airman. It’s “Top Gun” hunks in love @ Southlake AMC, one week only. Read our interview and watch the trailer.

Todd Glass hits the Atlanta comedy scene with a full head of steam from coming out. The nationally loved comic from every late night show brings irreverence and satire to hilarious heights @ Laughing Skull, 8:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday shows too. Read our interview.

Atlanta Pride Flower Hour serves you cocktails in the garden while you browse and shop for plants at a discount to benefit Pride. DJ Ryan Baker and snacks make it a party @ Garden Hood, 6 p.m.

“Mother, Daughter Sister” with Atlanta Women’s Chorus. The Gay Men’s Chorus’ sister group raises its voice in this concert celebrating the music of women @ Druid Hills Presbyterian Church, 8 p.m. Saturday show too.

“Steel Magnolias” went from stage to big screen to small screen. It’s back where it began as the ladies, their banter and their drama hit Truvy’s Beauty Salon @ OnStage Atlanta, 8 p.m. Runs through June 28.

Atlanta Poly Weekend brings polyamorous people and families to town courtesy Relationship Equality Foundation and Atlanta Polyamory. Educational and social events @ Holiday Inn Perimeter, Dunwoody. Through Sunday.

Decatur Women’s Softball fields teams of Atlanta’s lesbians who pitch, catch and run the bases @ Kelley C. Cofer Park, Tucker, 6:30 p.m.

“End of the Rainbow.” It’s 1968, and Judy Garland is trying to make her last effort at a comeback in this play helmed by gay director Freddie Ashley. Join the icon “in a London hotel room with her young new fiancé, pills and cocktail at her side” before one of the most important concerts of her life @ Actor’s Express, 8 p.m. Runs through June 15.

Michelle Malone. The popular lesbian bluesy rocker kicks it up with new songs and longtime fan favorites @ Steve’s Live Music, Sandy Springs, 8 p.m.

The Other Show: Birthday Cheez offers the most unique drag cabaret in town with a singularly creative cast and special guests who always blast your expectations. She’s so unusual, this week honoring queen of queens Edie Cheezburger for her birthday @ Jungle, 9:30 p.m.

Pop! Star 2 with Princess Charles. The second season of this diverse talent contest begins its monthly round of prizes and surprises @ 10th & Piedmont, 11 p.m.

Boys Room. Nobody does gay in the ATL quite like the hip East Atlanta queers @ Mary’s, 9 p.m.

Ladies Lounge gets your lesbian weekend started with a DJ-driven dance party, scores of MSR ladies and the TraxxGirls promoters @ My Sister’s Room, 9 p.m.

Pump pulls all the guys onto gay Atlanta’s hot man-on-man dance floor @ Heretic, 10 p.m.

Femme Fatale with Destiny Brooks and Justice Tyana Taylor puts the drag glamazons on display each week. Get your singles ready for premiere Atlanta queens @ Burkhart’s, 11 p.m.

Daring Divas lays it on thick. Lena Lust, Sawnna Brooks, Lateasha Shuntel, Chavon Scott and Niesha Dupree. The crowd goes wild @ Blake’s, 11 p.m.

Sean Hagler Live. The pianoman returns with this crowd-please for the OTP gays @ @ LeBuzz, Marietta, 10 p.m.

Got Leche? weekly gay Latin night features stage shows, dancing and more @ Club Rush, 10 p.m. – 5 a.m.

 

Saturday, June 7
Premiere Party (second photo) raises a glass or several to Georgia kids in need. The gays wear white to toast the gay-inclusive programs of CHRIS Kids during this big annual soiree @ Mason Murer Fine Art, 6 p.m. Here’s how to do it and blow everyone’s mind.

Flag Football Championships pits the playoff victors of Atlanta’s gay league against each other for a Top 4 showdown, followed by a gridiron death match for the 2014 title @ Grant Park, 10:30 a.m.– 3:30 p.m.

Miss HSL. Stand back, because a very distinct kind of magic is about to happen. Camp drag crazy comes to roost when the men of Hotlanta Softball League don dresses for charity @ Jungle, 5 p.m. It won’t be pretty.

“Mother, Daughter Sister” with Atlanta Women’s Chorus. The Gay Men’s Chorus’ sister group raises its voice in this concert celebrating the music of women @ Druid Hills Presbyterian Church, 8 p.m. Saturday show too.

Michelle Malone. One night after kicking Sandy Springs ass, the blues rock of this popular lesbian solo act is back to show ‘em what she’s got @ Matilda’s Under the Pines, Roswell, 8 p.m.

Todd Glass hits the Atlanta comedy scene with a full head of steam from coming out. The nationally loved comic from every late night show brings irreverence and satire to hilarious heights @ Laughing Skull, 8:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Sunday too. You can also try to catch him in a Special Comedy Show @ Smith's Olde Bar tonight, 1 a.m. Read our interview.

Bearracuda returns with more fuzzy fun for hairy guys and the guys who adore them. DJ Hifi Sean comes all the way from London to serve up bear-y beats @ Heretic, 10 p.m. You know how it goes.

Jen Chase Daniels Birthday Bash. It’s the owner’s birthday, so East Atlanta’s lesbian bar pulls out the stops. A Lee Family Show with special guest Owen Michael McCord collide with Q100’s DJ Rapko to keep the ladies going all night @ My Sister’s Room, 9 pm.

Gurlfrandz: ‘90s Prom. Check your fade and dress up fancy because it’s time for this themed event and show to serve you Sheraton Ballroom realness. DJ King Atlanta drives the bus, and the queens’ tips benefit Atlanta Pride @ Mary’s, 9 p.m.

DJ David Knapp kicks it up for his local fans during gay Atlanta’s favorite weekly dance party @ Jungle, 10:30 p.m. Get started early with Ruby’s Redd Light District, 9 p.m.

Synergy with Shawnna Brooks is the Saturday night show to rock your world @ Burkhart's, 11 p.m.

Midnight Madness drags out the dinner hour into party time with Angelica D’Paige @ 10th & Piedmont, 11 p.m.

Sinful Saturday includes the Divas Cabaret and all kinds of other bar night fun for our suburban gays outside the perimeter @ LeBuzz, Marietta, 10 p.m.

DJ Karlitos All Nighter moves your booty all the way to sunrise, just steps away from BJs, Heretic and Jungle. Never stop shaking your ass @ Xion, 3 a.m. – 7 a.m.

 

Sunday, June 8
Sunday Service with DJ Vicki Powell (bottom photo). The throbbing beat of second Sundays continues as the popular gay DJ and the popular gay-owned bar welcome all comers for dance-party shenanigans @ Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room, 7 p.m. It’s insane, in a good way.

Eats & Beats with DJ Neon. A gay Atlanta favorite hits the decks on the deck while you enjoy food, drinks and Sunday funday @ Zocalo, 1 p.m.

High Energy & Cell Block Sunday. Get to gettin' with DJ Bill Berdeaux, 3 p.m., then the Cell Block drag show with Lateasha Shuntel, Raquell Lord, Shawnna Brooks, Nicole Paige Brooks and Taejah Thomas @ Blake's, 8 p.m.

Todd Glass hits the Atlanta comedy scene with a full head of steam from coming out. The nationally loved comic from every late night show brings irreverence and satire to hilarious heights @ Laughing Skull, 7 p.m. Read our interview.

The Armorettes present the troupe’s weekly show on its continuing mission to bring campy bawdy drag and donated tips to the HIV/AIDS fight in Atlanta @ Burkhart’s, 8 p.m.