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Two red-hot gay March events sure to melt the lingering cold temperatures

We've got two ways to cure the cold weather.

Two red-hot gay March events sure to melt the lingering cold temperatures

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Dragapalooza returns to Voyeur.
Dragapalooza returns to Voyeur.

Even if the latest snowstorm was somewhat of a bust, just the mention of the words “polar” and “vortex” are likely to cause a manic frenzy of sobbing and screaming. With that being said, there’s more than one way to cure this sub-zero depression: two big, fierce super-gay parties being thrown this March right in the hood.

Dragapalooza: Pop Divas (Saturday, Mar. 8) - this weekend marks the return of the hugely popular drag extravaganza, which initially launched in 2011. The sold out show took a brief hiatus back in 2013, but it’s back with a vengeance at Voyeur Nightclub (204 S. Camac St.). Brittany Lynne and infamous NYC-based drag queen Brenda Dharling host, with performances by Navaya Shay, Ms. Aeryanah Von Moi, Omyra Lynn, Crystal Electra and many more. All queens will be recreating music from several pop icons such as Madonna, Miley Cyrus and Britney Spears. Honey, we #live for this fabulousness.

Tickets at nightlifegay.com

Bi at Sundown (begins Sunday, Mar. 16) – this will change how you party on Sundays for good. The brand new club experience will launch at sundown and will follow every week with a new act. The perpetual club banger will be stationed at Lit Ultra Bar (460 N. 2nd St.) in Northern Liberties. The kick-off event will feature local and international DJ phenomenon Robbie Tronco and also the Perry Twins, famous for producing top charting remixes for stars like Jennifer Lopez and Beyoncé. In subsequent weeks, the top-rated talent continues with DJ Tracey Young and Miami’s DJ Kidd Madonny.  This is a must for anyone looking for a kick-ass Saint Patrick’s Day party.

 For discount tickets, check out biatsundown.com.  

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