When the LGBTs take over Six Flags on Saturday, don’t you want to be adding your flair to the Rainbow Days celebration? Of course you do. Here’s how you can win a pair of tickets. READ MORE »
Rugby stud Ben Cohen, not content with just a gay outing to the movies earlier this month, returns to Atlanta for a fundraiser. Here’s your chance to win tickets to see him and enjoy an Atlanta Braves game. READ MORE »
The packed gay Halloween party roster could baffle lesser revelers about which parties to hit. The High's Culture Shock: Modern Masquerade makes it easy with free tickets to lucky readers. READ MORE »
The economy sucks. Your Halloween costume might suck. And you’re suffering from post-Pride withdrawal. What to do? Laugh. A lot. And do it on us twice on Saturday and again on Sunday. Here’s how. READ MORE »
What’s better than a new album from Michelle Malone and a live June 19 show at Eddie's? For fans of the local lesbian legend, the only way to top it is to attend the show for free. READ MORE »
VIPs don’t clamor for tickets. Let us treat you like the guest of honor that you are. Here’s your chance to attend one of the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus “Georgia On Our Minds” concerts. READ MORE »
We know you're a VIP. Or at least we know you think you are, so we want to treat you like one. So here's your chance to attend next week's VIP reception for "Diana: A Celebration." READ MORE »
The campy, giddy holiday fare from Varla Jean Merman and the cast of "Scrooge in Rouge" hit Atlanta last week. Now, we've got a pair of tickets for the Thursday and Friday shows to give away. For free. READ MORE »
Those sassy and funny gay boys Jeffrey Self and Cole Escola are in Atlanta Saturday and working hard–and late–to make you laugh. We've got free tickets to help. READ MORE »
Of all the gay things to do Saturday
we want to make it easy for you to see some superstars. Superstars of Drag, that is. Think Charlie Brown, free tickets and free drinks. READ MORE »
Pinching pennies has never been more in vogue than now, the middle of a deep recession. This weekend is designed to do just that.
Through Sunday at midnight, there's a sales tax holiday in Georgia that includes clothing, school supplies and computers. That means you get the swag at an 8 percent discount. Combine that with a coupon
just for Project Q Atlanta readers from Brushstrokes
and you can really clean up this weekend.
The coupon brings discounts of 35 percent on posters and prints, 25 percent on picture frames and 20 percent on coffee mugs. You'll pay sales tax on these items, but clothes and supplies such as notepads, notebooks and journals do come tax free. So combine the two for nearly guilt-free shopping. The store's Sidewalk Sale on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. makes the experience even easier. (Print the coupon here.
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The bitch is back. Legendary drag personality Charlie Brown brings her Superstars of Drag
to After Hours at Actor's Express
And we've got a way for you to see the 11 p.m. show for free so you can enjoy the likes of Brown, Heather Daniels, Gigi Monroe, Jordan Kennedy and drag king Chase Daniels. And by free, we mean you can win a pair of tickets and save yourself $10.
saying why you want to see the show. We'll pick the winner from among the entrants and let you know via email. It's that simple. But hurry, the contest closes at 5 p.m. on Friday. READ MORE »
Rock and electronic music powerhouses Bob Mould and Rich Morel are in town this weekend and want you to Blowoff
July 4th with them.
We'll help by saving you $30 and giving you a pair of tickets to their dance party, which is set for Saturday at 10 p.m. at Vinyl on Peachtree Street.
Not sure what Mould and Morel are all about? Read our Q&A with the duo.
How to win the tics (pick one or do both):
More after the jump. READ MORE »
"America I AM: The African American Imprint" opened earlier this month at the Civic Center, bringing to Atlanta an exhibit of nearly 500 years of African American contributions to the nation through artifacts, documents, multimedia, photos and music. Some 12 galleries with nearly 15,000 square feet take you through a journey from struggle and triumph to celebration.
To say the exhibit is powerful is, well, an understatement at best. And we're got free tickets for you. READ MORE »