We suspect some of you may have three if not four day weekends planned for Labor Day. From Marriage Equality Day rallies to RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 5 Winner Jinkx Monsoon, there’s something for everyone to make sure they have the gayest Labor Day week(end).
Friday August 30
Get your drag face ready because RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 5 Winner, Jinkx Monsoon, takes over Play on Friday August 30.
Saturday August 31
The day is finally here. In response to a last minute Tennessee Legislature resolution declaring Saturday August 31 as “Traditional Marriage Day”, TEP is mobilizing communities across Tennessee for Marriage Equality Day. Rallies and events are held across the state and more information can be found here.
Blowing buildings up, blackmail, brownies and Britney Spears. Those are the four B’s in Mark Brennan Rosenberg’s second book, Eating My Feelings. Unless you count his stepmom bitch he swears plotted to send him away (successfully) to fat camp. Rosenberg makes a Nashville stop August 31 at the Vanderbilt University Barnes and Noble to promote the just-released tale.
Nashville can claim this year’s Idol runner-up Kree Harrison so you can bet that Bridgestone Arena will be packed when the Idol’s Live Tour makes its stop Saturday night.
Sunday September 1
Drag yourself out for Dragaroo on Sunday September 1 at Play Dance Bar. They are also hosting a foam party so break out those sexxxy drawers and dance the night away in foam.
Monday September 2
Enjoy your Labor Day.
Tuesday September 3
Yoga is back at OutCentral. Join Mary Irby Tuesdays beginning at 5:45 for a 75-minute blend of Hatha Yoga, Pranayama and Meditation based on the Eight Limbs of Yoga. Drop in price is $15 in but you can purchase a 6 pack for $60 (must be used within 9 weeks).
Wednesday September 4
Join community professionals ready to answer your questions as same-sex couples in and around Metro-Nashville navigate the murky post-SCOTUS waters. For more information (and to RSVP) click here.
Thursday September 5
The Music City Sisters gives us two reasons to celebrate. First, they will hold their monthly Sisters’ Night at Canvas Lounge. The first Thursday of each month, the Sisters raise funds for local LGBT organizations. For more information on this month’s event, visit the Music City Sisters on Facebook.