How do you turn a ho-hum Halloween into a homo Halloween? Just add queers! A penchant for costuming among local queers never lets a weeknight get in the way of guaranteed fun at Atlanta gay bars, and we have your hookup to the best of them.
Of course, we're already sharing photos of those amazing weekend costumes with more to come, but there are still plenty of Wednesday tricks and treats as well.
One of the venues listed below, Blake's, was in the Top 10 Halloween destinations in the whole city last year. Lyft tallied up rides to Halloween destinations across Atlanta, and Blake's was the only LGBTQ event to make the cut.
Well, if you need disco fries after the party, Waffle House is on Lyft's Top 10 list as well.
Get your costume together and plan your outings with our picks for the best queer bets on your Halloween to-do list. Weight your options, and click on the event names for more info.
Wednesday, Oct. 31
Wussy Mag Screening
Plaza Theatre, 7 p.m.
Night of 1,000 Nancys 'He's Sorry' Afterparty @ The Deep End, 10 p.m.
Menu and margarita specials
Guac Y Margys, 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Cash Prizes & Ghoulish Go-Go Guys
Pro tip: Get started early with Day of the Dead Latin Night on Tuesday
Costume fun & Freak Show Funhouse
Joystick Gamebar, 8 p.m.
Buy One Entry, Get One ½ Off
Manifest4U, 8 p.m. – 1 a.m.
Costume Contest with Trashetta Galore
Warp Zone Wednesday Game Night
$500 Costume Contest
Watch American Horror Story in Costume
Midtown Tavern, 10 p.m.
Contest, Show, costumed cuties & DJ beats
Ten, 9 p.m.
My Sister's Room, Doors 6 p.m.
Friends on Ponce, 8 p.m.
Plus Ghoulish Drag
A version of this feature originally ran in Q magazine's Halloween issue. Read the full edition below.