Best gay things to do in Houston this weekend

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Three days of holiday mean red, white and blue theme parties and shows with more booze, boys, babes and beats than you can handle but will have fun trying. Follow the Gay Agenda calendar to your holi-gay weekend.  

Friday, July 4

Fourth of July Dance Party (top photo) puts dance in your pants @ South Beach, 10 p.m.

Fourth of July Blowout Party  puts Houston’s Pride Superstar winner and some of the contest’s other best with Kara Dion and Dina Jacobs for a holiday concert in your favorite lounge @ Guava Lamp, 11 p.m.

FxPerience with Joe Ross and the F Men get you hot and bothered @ F Bar, 10 p.m.

Boys and Men. You know you love it @ JR’s and Mining Company.

Dance Your Ass Off and get moving on the floor @ Blur, 10 p.m.

Shower Boys never let you down @ Meteor, 10 p.m.


Saturday, July 5

Adore Delano (second photo) serves exactly what you’ve been hankering for: Ru-tastic attitude @ South Beach, 9 p.m.

Grace Note. Rock out for a good cause. Bands including Doomstress Alexis,  Seen, Heard, Lived and The Houston Zombie Walk support Montrose Grace Place homeless youth shelter @ Continental Club, 6 p.m.

Lounge it, bitches! You know what’s up @ Guava Lamp, 9 p.m.

Dance it out. Saturday night beats for your nerves and a midnight performance showcase @ F Bar, 9 p.m.

DJ beats get you moving on the dance floor @ Blur, 10 p.m.

Drag divas never really end when it’s cheap drinks and Showgurlz @ TC’s Showbar, 11 p.m.

Bears and Other Manly Pursuits. Cruise on over @ Mining Company, 9 p.m.

Fruit loop. No weekend is complete without a stop in for a few laps around the loop and a drink or five @ JR’s, all day.

Shower Boys get you all wet @ Meteor, 10 p.m.


Sunday, July 6

“Cocaine and Ethel Merman: A New Homo Guide” (bottom photo) brings L. Robert Westeen’s critically acclaimed one-man show to town. See what happens on his night with a coke-addicted Merman female impersonator @ Studio 101, 7:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday shows too.

Retox Sunday with F Divas shuts down the weekend. These queens know what you need, and you’re going to get it @ F Bar, 6 p.m.


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