Provincetown wants Bostonians to celebrate Pride Weekend P-Town style

Provincetown wants Bostonians to celebrate Pride Weekend P-Town style

Provincetown wants Bostonians to celebrate Pride Weekend P-Town style

Provincetown wants Bostonians to celebrate Pride Weekend P-Town style
Provincetown has long been known for its queer atmosphere and gay-friendly shops, bars, restaurants, and festivities. Could there be a better place to celebrate Pride? We think not.
Provincetown Pride Weekend takes place June 3 – 5, 2022, though every day in P-Town is Pride day in our book.
To help make Provincetown more accessible to the next generation of LGBTQ visitors, Bay State Cruise Company will offer half-price ferry tickets during Pride Weekend to anyone age 25 and under with a valid ID. We’re looking at you, Boston. P-Town is just a short ride away! The Provincetown Business Guild and Bay State Cruise Company will host a special Pride cruise on Friday, June 3, departing from Boston’s World Trade Center.
Provincetown wants Bostonians to celebrate Pride Weekend P-Town style
Here’s what we know so far: Kick off the weekend with morning yoga, Pride edition at Boatslip, then waltz on over to Lopes Square for the dedication of P-Town’s rainbow crosswalk. The weekend is nonstop, so be on the lookout for the following events we’ve come to know and love:
Rally at Town Hall
Parties at Red Room and A-House
Sashay to Pride Tea Dance at Boat Slip
Pride Kick-Off party at Red Room at Velvet
“Yappy” Hour hosted by Puppy Play at Crown and Anchor, which is a dance club, pool complex, and one of the gayest places to stay.
Drag Brunch at the Pilgrim House
Full Spectrum Beach BBQ at Crown and Anchor, where you’ll enjoy great tunes, fabulous food, and a spectacular view, all while sharing it with your closest and newest queer friends.



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To celebrate P-town’s 5th anniversary of Pride weekend, they’ve added some great new queer events as well:
Bay State Cruise Co. Pride Crossing (Boston to Ptown): a special ferry crossing just for Pride weekend.
Taproom Talks: Right on Q: Identity & Understanding Around the Word’ Queer’
“In Their Own Voices”- Community Pride Flag Installation at Town Hall
Queer Comedy Showcase featuring Jaye McBride, Franqi French, and others.
Sunrise yoga each morning of Pride weekend at Boatslip
Feet Over Front Street Pride 5K Run/Walk
LGBTQ+ History Trolley Tour of Provincetown

Shall we go on? The reasons to head to P-Town for Pride weekend are too many to count. While you’re there enjoying the festivities and local gay bars, you’ll need somewhere to stay.
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Source:https://www.gaycities.com/outthere/59555/provincetown-wants-gay-boston-celebrate-pride-weekend-p-town-style/?utm_source=lgbtqnation&utm_medium=directlink&utm_campaign=directlink&utm_content=Prinvincetown+wants+Bostonians+to+celebrate+Pride+so+bad+they%26%238217%3Bre+starting+in+Boston

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