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Gay Agenda: What You're Doing This Weekend

Legendary 60's drag troupe The Cockettes were notorious for their outrageous, genderfucked theatrical events. For two nights only, the Thrillpeddlers will present Vice Palace: The Last Cockettes Musical as part of NYC's annual Howl! Festival. Written as a vehicle in 1972 for the filthy/gorgeous Divine and Mink Stole (of John Waters films), Vice Palace is an unhinged musical revue loosely based on Poe's Masque of the Red Death, with a little Fellini thrown in, featuring songs like "Swami Hot Pastrami" and "A Crab on Uranus". At Theater 80 on St. Mark's Place, Oct. 21 & 22, 11pm


The Queen Diva of Sissy Bounce, Big Freedia is making booty shake all over the West Coast this weekend, joining forces with the alt rap group Spank Rock and Australian art punks The Death Set's for the 'Check Yo Ponytail' tour, which will head East next week. All hail the Queen. Bow down, then bounce your ass. Dates and venues at:

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Chicago - Bear All 2.0: Four Sensuous Men Singing Steamy Sweaty Songs at Touche. Stop by Touche (it's a leather bar - you've been warned) and listen to a wide range ofacoustic music performed by these four singer/songwriters. There's a flavor here foreveryone: from folk rock to rap to soulful anthems, these queer musicians will, indeed,get you sweating.


Fort Lauderdale - F#ck the H8rs at Living Room. No cover, an open bar until midnight, and a chance to get personal with Melissa Gorga of The Real Housewives of New Jersey (though not as personal as you might have gottenduring her stripper days).

Advocate Channel - The Pride StoreOut / Advocate Magazine - Jonathan Groff and Wayne Brady

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