support, and celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride month at: A Day For Us. Womxn, POC, and LGBTQ+ Makers/Crafters Market + Pride & Awareness Event
Pride Night at Kings Dominion returns to benefit Brother, Help Thyself.
Pridefest 2017 presented by VA Pride will be held on Saturday, September 23rd from noon-8pm Mark your calendars now and keep checking here for announcements on the festival activities
A free showing of this deeply personal documentary that reveals rebirth and courage within America’s deeply conservative Bible Belt as Cole, a transgender man, struggles to find a church that will affirm his identity and support his relationship with his girlfriend, Ashley. With a small group of supportive friends, relatives, and Ashley, Cole’s search for love and belonging leads him to a radical revision of what faith and church can be.
Celebrate Pride Month with VA Pride at Q Rooftop! DJ Ant Boogie will be on hand and the bartendars will be ready. Dave Dunlap's elevated take on street food will be available as well. Quench your THIRST.
What makes up a house? Four walls, some windows and doors, bright lights and sturdy floors. A doorbell. A couch. A rug. But what makes up a home? Not as simple. Come witness the joy, anticipation, pain, disappointment, confusion, and contentment as our ensemble explores the many meanings of home.
The show will last approximately 2 hours with one 15 minute intermission. The show will be followed by a talkback led by SPECTRUM’s youth. All donations collected at this event will be used to fund future programming for SPECTRUM.
Spectrum, an educational collaboration between TheatreLAB and Richmond Triangle Players, presents CLOSER TO HOME. Spectrum is a youth outreach program for high school students; through a series of master classes and workshops, the participants collectively produce their own original piece of theatre. Free Admission; Donations accepted at the door.
Join Natasha Carrington for Drag Bingo! Fun, prizes, and fun!
This LGBT-focused Sunday Tea Dance returns for the summer to Wong Gonzalez.
Presented by Virginia Pride and supported in part by Virginia Tourism, Jam Out For Pride is an event that highlights local RVA music as a kickoff to National Pride month.
Your dinner at Carytown's Chipotle location on Wednesday, May 31 benefits Diversity Richmond. Fifty percent of proceeds from 5 to 9 PM go to Diversity Richmond.
Richmond's queer DJ collective brings their first dance party to Flora featuring Sweet Potato and DJ Cortes.
The Richmond Men's Chorus shares the stage with Georgia Rogers Farmer to celebrate the highs and lows of love!
A party for queer people to express themselves through dance, music, and DJing.
Reserve your special seat at Godfrey's Mother's Day Drag Brunch.
See light-infused installations, designed to be experienced as three distinct spaces.
Richmond's favorite drag amigas are back with a brand new batch of bingo and fun at the all new FLORA! Join Reann and Natasha for RVA's most fabulous game of bingo. You never know what will happen as Natasha and Reann take over the back room of Flora for an evening of games, drinks, and the most delicious tacos in RVA! For more, visit Facebook.
Drag babe Reann Ballslee brings here one-woman show to TheatreLab. She shares stories about the life of a working girl cruising the seas.
The Richmond Business Alliance goes to the museum for this evening benefit for OutRVA.
Join Side by Side, Richmond's support group for LGBTQ+ youth, to celebrate Give OUT Day 2017.
Local electronic music benefits local charitable causes. This debut party benefits Diversity Richmond and the Party Liberation Foundation.
Singer-songwriter Rachel Leyco returns to this Goochland, VA brewery
Dance all night and watch amateur drag performances to raise money for the Richmond Reproductive Freedom Project
Bingo the night away with performances by Hostess Zakia Jemaceye with Tarena McCray, Michelle D. Livigne and Aaliyah Michaels Ova and DJ Statistics.
Raise money for VA Pride with a night of drag from some of the city's best.
Mykki Blanco's The Stunt Queen Tour comes to Richmond's Strange Matter on Monday, March 20th.
Roddy Barnes and Ian Walters will be giving a 2 piano concert featuring 20's, 30's blues, boogie woogie and New Orleans style.
Rural Fantasies is a two-person exhibition featuring the work of New York-based transgender queer artists, Cobi Moules and Cupid Ojala.
Join indie singer/songwriter Rachel Leyco for her first set at Kindred Spirit Brewing
Richmond photographer Wes McWillen hosts his first solo show at Gallery5 featuring LGBTQ locals.
The Richmond Symphony, backed by a full rock band, performs Bowie’s unforgettable body of work.
Ice Cream Social is a dance party featuring queer DJs of colors.
Join Friends of Side By Side for unlimited beer and pizza (while supplies last) for $10 cover at Helen's
Join the men of the Teddy Bear Leather Club for an afternoon T-Dance with 50/50 Raffles, Silent Auction, and Jello Shots. Stick around for Babes Third Sunday Drag Show.