On Point With: Bobby LeMaire

A gorgeous and exciting young newcomer in Brooklyn is turning out the party while turning all the heads–meet Bobby LeMaire! [Cover photo: @shudderxvisions]


Thotyssey: Hello Bobby, thanks for chatting with us today! Actually let’s address your name right off: I see you credited as both Bobby LeMaire and Miss Bobby in various event flyers. Which do you prefer?

Bobby LeMaire: Most people know me by my full name, Bobby LeMaire… so I tend to use that more.

Got it. So summer isn’t technically over… but it also kinda is. How did the season treat you?

It’s been major! I really missed nightlife, and it came back full force. Plus I started performing for the first time–and it’s been amazing, the response I’ve received. I did not expect the love and the bookings, but I’m grateful and excited to be giving shows!

Where are you from originally, and what were your earliest creative interests and pursuits while growing up?

I’m from Cape May, New Jersey. I started learning contortion and gymnastics when I was 7, and that lead me to dance. Then I studied dance from then on, all through high school and into University. But I was always very artistic; my dad is in theater, so I was acting from a young age… and I studied music as well.

Creatively, I’ve always been inspired by subcultures and variety. Queerness, and really anything against the grain, gets my mind working. I also love the challenge of creating art that is both widely consumable, while still remaining unique and true to my personal taste and vision.

How did you become a New Yorker, and discover nightlife here?

Very out of the blue! I was living in Central Jersey for a bit, and happened across a documentary about nightlife. So I started researching and thought it looked like fun, and a great in for networking and developing a name and brand for myself. So I learned where all the parties were and who everyone was, and finally got a look together and went to my first party in early 2019. By that September I had moved to Brooklyn… and here I am, two years and a pandemic later!

How would you describe who Bobby LeMaire is, and what she does on the scene today?

I’m an agitator; I like to rile the girls up. The reason I’ve stormed the scene and grabbed attention so quick is because I give an edge to nightlife performance that isn’t drag or costumed or heavily curated. It’s just me being punk and queer and slutty, turning looks and giving shows. I can win a pageant with no wig and no nails, because my branding and who I am and my performance quality are top tier. I just like to shake shit up. I’m about advocacy and challenging norms, and being loudly and unapologetically queer and trans. Nothings more important to me than showing up for the dolls and queer and trans POC. It’s about flipping gay bars into queer spaces that are for everyone.

That is the True Work! Also, you’re stunning‚ÄĒdo you model professionally at all?

Thank you! Yes, I’ve been getting into modeling more! I just shot recently for someone’s brand launch which is exciting. And I’ve done some work in the past, mostly campaigns and e-commerce.

[Photo: @k.ngsley, pictured with Beaujangless]

As far as gigs go, do you have a favorite party or venue you like to perform in?

It’s hard to choose! I love The Rosemont; honestly, I have a great time there. Some of my favorite parties there are Ember Suxx’s “Doll Parts,” which is a fundraiser party she throws every Tuesday to raise money for Trans people’s transition funds. And P_A_T’s iconic “Fake Nudes” on Saturdays, which is always a carry. I also love 3 Dollar Bill of course, because the stage is huge and I can get really stunty! I did Queer Arts Summerfest there, which was an amazing queer marketplace that was held in August.

You also won the first ever “Trish” pageant there!

Yes! It was major! I was already a big fan of Trish throughout the summer; I adore [the show’s hosts] Charlene and Rify and had seen the show a few times, so when I was asked to compete I was super excited! It was an amazing time competing with some very talented girls.

[Photo: LOLA]

This Wednesday, you’ll be at another popular spot in Brooklyn: Metropolitan Bar, for Devo Monique’s show “Dream Queen!”

Yes! I’m really excited to be there and help raise money; it’ll also be my performance debut at Metro!

This will be a special edition raising funds for queens affected by the recent hurricane flooding. A few performers lost all their drag, among other things, in the damage. How did you fare during the storm?

Luckily I’m on the second floor of my building, so we made out alright. Our entire street was underwater, though; it was scary. Seeing some of the damage that people are dealing with is devastating. That’s why it’s so important to show up for our community and help each other out. I encourage everyone to come out Wednesday and give what they can to help!

And this is exciting‚Ķ you’re doing a number on Night Two of Bushwig!

I’m so excited! I’ve never been to Bushwig and definitely haven’t performed in front of a crowd as big… so I’m hyped. I’ll be hanging out watching shows both days, because the line up is insane!

We’re excited for these gigs, and All Things Bobby! Final random question: the Dawn of Chromatica remix album! Good, bad, meh…?

It gives!

It does indeed! Thanks, Bobby!


[Photo: @brickthn]

Check Thotyssey’s calendar for Bobby LeMaire’s upcoming appearances, and follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

On Point Archives

Monday (9.6.2021)

MONDAY (9.6.2021) Your daily guide to New York City nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

CHELSEA

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

  • CLUB CUMMING: “Broadway Video Jukebox” feat. Austin Ruffer (6pm)
  • NOWHERE: “Macho Mondays” feat. gogo boys & DJ Ryko (8pm)

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY

  • SEAFARER: Bingo with Tastie (7pm)
  • PARADISE: “Drag Wars” hosted by Cee’mour Cox (11pm)

Listed below are livestreamed and pre-recorded digital / virtual nightlife-centric content, broadcasted online.

ONLINE CONTENT (see all)


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

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Sunday (9.5.2021)

SUNDAY (9.5.2021) Your daily guide to New York and New Jersey nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

MIDTOWN EAST

CHELSEA

MEATPACKING

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

TRIBECA / NOLITA / LITTLE ITALY / LOWER MANHATTAN

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

FIRE ISLAND

WESTCHESTER

NEW JERSEY


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

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On Point With: Mariyea

This young stage performer has only been doing drag for a few short months before becoming a finalist in the esteemed Lady Liberty competition. Let’s meet the queen and get to know about her life as a trans stage actress, her response to the recent “Drag Race” winner, what she’s got in store for us next week, and the interesting origin of the the name “Mariyea!


Thotyssey: Hello Mariyea! It’s September and it feels like autumn already‚Ķ is this a good thing or a bad thing?

Mariyea: Thank you for having me! I’m so excited for autumn; I think it’s my favorite season by far. The breeze is everything–watching the trees change truly boosts my serotonin. And I don’t know, I just feel more centered in myself during the fall.

Plus, it’s the perfect drag weather! Which brings us to congratulate you on all your success in the Lady Liberty competition so far! As of this past Thursday, you advanced to next week’s finale. How has that whole process been for you–fun, stressful, educational, etc?

Thank you so much! The process has truly challenged me in every sense of the word. I’m only two months into drag, and Lady Liberty is teaching me so much so quickly. Overall, I’m really grateful for these past few weeks showing me that I am capable of more than I give myself credit for. I can be really hard on myself, and extremely particular about what I expect of me. This competition has really helped me to let go and live in the experience of it all. I have a blast every week, and it really means the world to me to be so well-received.

[Photo: Jeff Eason]

Where are you from originally, and what were your early creative interests?

I’m originally from Columbus, Ohio and I’ve been here for about five years. I feel like I literally twirled out of my mother, and haven’t stopped since. That’s to say, I’ve been performing for as long as I can remember! I started singing in church when I was young, performed in school plays and musicals, played “Just Dance” almost day. And it all kind of led me to here.

Was it partially your identity as a young trans woman that brought you here to NYC, or was it more about pursuing performing opportunities, or otherwise?

I came here for school, actually. I went to NYU and studied in Tisch. Something about my experiences here really forced me to really be honest with myself. With transitioning, I feared the idea for so long until I realized it was my only choice. It took me a very long time to embolden myself to just live for me, and this was like my big first step. And it’s crazy, because I feel like that has further empowered me as a performer.

You’ve already done your fair share of stage acting. I see you were in a well-received play by Nazareth Hassan called Untitled (1 ‚Äď 5) at The Shed.

Yes! Untitled was everything… and such an honor to perform, really. The process coincided with the start of my transition, so it was quite monumental for me. I really discovered freedom as a performer, so I will definitely carry that show with me forever.

The Shed is such a beautiful space to have a performance. The cast and creative team are some of the most mind-blowing and talented people that I know. It is always a privilege to work on anything with or by Nazareth; he’s truly a prolific artist. I think acting will always have my heart; it was my way into performing and self-discovery.

You must have some thoughts regarding UK producer Cameron Mackintosh’s much criticized recent statement, where he claims that casting trans actors in theatrical roles is just a “gimmick.”

Oh, absolutely. I think people fear boundaries being cluttered, and what it means to actually see humanity in someone so drastically different from yourself. I think thoughts like Cameron’s are representative of people who are uncomfortable with their worldview being challenged. The theater, in theory, should be a space where everything exists. We [trans/enby folx] exist, therefore our place in theater, performance and art in general is anything but a gimmick… it’s a necessity. I did not have the privilege of seeing media that reflected a world where I could be trans or non-binary. It’s so important to me that we continue to make visible and support the marginalized artists and stories that so many people need to hear. And those who don’t understand that should kindly pass the torch to those that do.

You said you’ve only been doing drag for two months! How did you discover that world?

I’ve always wanted to do drag, from the time I moved here up until when I started. I held myself back though, because I was too nervous to see myself in the process; I didn’t have the courage to welcome people into my growth. But something about the past year and transitioning has really helped me to love and accept myself in every capacity, so I decided to just dive in and take the chance… and it has been a dream come true.

Where does the name “Mariyea” originate from?

So, my mom tried to combine her name with my dad’s–his name is Maurice, and hers is Tonya. She didn’t want to name me “Mauriya,” so she named me Mariyea instead! I hated it when I was younger, because no one could pronounce it and everyone thought I was a girl… which, they were right, haha! But I made it my drag name, just as a little reminder that the power I feel in drag and in performing is always available to me.

[Photo: Jeff Eason]

A lot of your stage dancing is vogue and ballroom inspired. Are you part of that world at all?

I’ve been wanting to walk balls forever, and just haven’t conquered the nerves. Drag is helping me build up that confidence, and I intend to get out on the floor soon. I’m always inspired by–and in awe of–the femme queens of ballroom. Their contribution to and foundation of modern queer culture is undeniable. I try to channel them in all of my performances!

You’ll surely be a star of that world too! By the way, how cool is it that Kylie Sonique Love has just become our first trans winner of a season of Drag Race? It seems like just yesterday when RuPaul was discussing how trans drag performers shouldn’t compete on the show.

It’s so well-deserved; [Kylie] killed this entire season, and I’m so very happy for her! The contention between trans bodies and drag has always been very late and tired. Trans people are and have always been so influential to drag, and that’s just without question to me. Identifying as trans and non-binary, I think it’s really important for me to exemplify that the art form is for anyone. But I will say, Kylie’s win definitely excites me to see how things will shift for the trans and enby dolls in the drag community.

[Photo: Jeff Eason]

So, can you give us any spoilers regarding your Lady Liberty finale performance on Thursday? So exciting!

I’m definitely trying something a little out the box, and I hope the audience is ready for it. There may be a live component, and you can always expect a little twirl or two with me!

Good luck and have fun! In closing… what was your Song of the Summer?

“Overthinking IT,” by Willow.

Thanks, Mariyea!


Check Thotyssey’s calendar for Mariyea’s upcoming appearances, and follow her Instagram.

On Point Archives

Saturday (9.4.2021)

SATURDAY (9.4.2021) Your daily guide to New York queer nightlife.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

MIDTOWN EAST / FLATIRON

CHELSEA

MEATPACKING

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY

Listed below are livestreamed and pre-recorded digital / virtual nightlife-centric content, broadcasted online.

ONLINE CONTENT (see all)


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

Save the Date | Urban Bear NYC | Full Calendar

Friday (9.3.2021)

FRIDAY (9.3.2021) Your daily guide to New York and New Jersey nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

MIDTOWN EAST

CHELSEA / HUDSON YARDS

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY

Listed below are livestreamed and pre-recorded digital / virtual nightlife-centric content, broadcasted online.

ONLINE CONTENT (see all)


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

Save the DateUrban Bear NYC | Full Calendar

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Thursday (9.2.2021)

THURSDAY (9.2.2021) Your daily guide to New York queer nightlife events.

*NOTE: Some venues may feature delays in opening, program schedule changes or closure due to flooding from last night’s weather issues*


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

MIDTOWN EAST / FLATIRON

CHELSEA

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

LOWER MANHATTAN / FINANCIAL DISTRICT

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY

Listed below are livestreamed and pre-recorded digital / virtual nightlife-centric content, broadcasted online.

ONLINE CONTENT (see all)


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

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On Point With: Jazzie Royal Miranda

Gigs for drag queens on Long Island are few and far between, but here’s a queen who’s snatched up what might be the only weekly gig for miles. Now also planning to host one of the biggest ever drag shows on the Island, Jazzie Royal Miranda tells us about the joys and challenges of LI queendom.


Thotyssey: Hello Jazzie! Thanks for chatting with us today! August is gone, which means Fall is Coming… how was your summer?

Jazzie Royal Miranda: It was quite eventful, taking on Babylon Pride and creating shows all over Long Island.

You made LI a little more “draggy” this year! What was the crowd like for Babylon Pride?

A mix of people, but I noticed a lot of straight allies came out to support. I hosted four bars that day; it was a blast, but super exhausting. You could tell everyone had a blast!

Queer bars, and a visible queer presence in general, are all largely lacking on the Island. Most of the gigs you hardworking gals do out there are in straight pubs, restaurants, coffee houses, stores, etc. Do you think there are enough queer folks on the Island to create a more tangible scene if they wanted to, or will that never happen?

I think the queers want a place, but they are not willing to support when the time comes. The island is full of queer folks. Everywhere I go I see them in packs, and when I go out to Veranda on a Friday, it’s packed with them. The problem is keeping them on the island… especially at the end of the summer, because everybody wants to run to the city or to Fire Island to get the last hurrah rather then supporting more locally.

Are you a native Long Islander yourself?

I was born here In Huntington; my parents and I moved when I was 5. I came back by myself because of drag two years ago; I got a gig up here and got stuck, and never left. I used drag to literally survive.

What is it about drag that speaks to you so strongly?

I was an entertainer my whole life; I grew up doing gymnastics and dancing. I was very dedicated to doing that from the age of four until I was 16–then I had to get a real job when my dad left my mom, because we had no money.

I snuck into a nightclub in Greensboro, and I saw a drag queen; she was flipping all over the place and dancing, and people were throwing money at her. I said, “I think I can do it better.” This could be somewhere I can work on my talent again, and I can do gymnastics again and dance… and get paid for it. So I went to a talent show, and the crowd went crazy; I never stopped doing drag since.

I love entertaining, making people smile and bringing people together. I have a passion for it. On top of dancing and doing crazy stunts, I was meant to bring people together. I was meant to make people forget what a hard time they have had, and to just let go and have fun and laugh.

Is there a queen that you consider a drag mother?

I don’t consider anybody my mother, mainly because I kind of got through everything myself.

Well done! I see on your Insta this gorge green feathery showgirl ensemble… do you create any of your own costumes?

I create a lot of my own stuff; a lot of it inspired from Brazil. I like to sell stuff from the collections that I have.

Is your family Brazilian?

No, my family is Hispanic and German Irish. I just love that culture.

So what’s a Jazzie performance like these days?

When you come to a show of mine, you can expect to see big showgirl outfits with feathers and stones. But not only will I gag you with my outfits… I always find a way to be over the top, and dance my way into your hearts. And when it’s time for me to emcee on the mic, you better be ready! You never know what kind of crazy mess is gonna come out of my mouth.

How much harder is gymnastics to do in heels, by the way?

OMG! I can tell you, it is 2000 times harder… every time I do a flip and don‚Äôt mess up, you can see on my face how shocked I am!

I bet! So these days in Babylon, you are hosting both monthly Saturday shows and weekly Tuesday Trivia at Molto Vino, a restaurant in Babylon. Tuesday Trivia might be the only weekly drag show on the Island. Tell us what that night’s like!

You can win a $50 a bottle of wine and food for the table, and it goes from 7:30 to 10. It’s been a blast doing it, but the last two weeks have been a bit slow… which is why I encourage the queer folks to come out and support. It’s a space I was offered to [create shows at] to make Babylon more of a mix.

You’ve also been doing monthly shows at another Babylon restaurant, Lily’s. Will you return there soon?

Yes I am currently planning a date for October or September to do a big bash.

I’m also doing a big one, of the biggest drag shows ever on Long Island, at Harp and Hound in Islip on the September 25th.

Tell us more about that one!

I’ll be hosting a drag show there once a month; I decided to make it one of the biggest ones in Long Island. We’re gonna have funny games where you can win drinks and prizes. It will be starting at 9pm; we do ask you to call for reservations to reserve a spot… since Covid is back on the rise, we want to keep it to a certain amount. It’s going to be a nice big drag cast with us: Bella Noche, Annie Manildoo, Stella Virgin and Sassy Temptress. If this one goes good, we will have more events there for y’all.

And this just in, you’ll be appearing the very next day with LaBelle for her monthly brunch at The Warehouse in Amityville on Sunday, September 26th.

What else is coming up for you?

The queens of Long Island and I have put together a big project where you can see us on YouTube doing a reality talk show called “The Gag.” that’s a little inside scoop… it hasn’t been released yet.

Very exciting… lots to look out for! Any plans to come twirl with the NYC girls at all in the near or distant future?

I would love to break down some stages with the girls in New York City… I just don’t have any connections out that way. I’ve only been to the city maybe twice, but would love to be featured there more.

We’d love to have you. Okay, here’s my last question: what was the Song of the Summer?

I Get It,” by Kelly Rowland.

Thanks, Jazzie!


Check Thotyssey’s calendar for Jazzie Royal Miranda’s upcoming appearances, and follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

On Point Archives

Wednesday (9.1.2021)

WEDNESDAY (9.1.2021) Your daily guide to New York nightlife.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

CHELSEA

MEATPACKING

  • LE BAIN: Trivia feat. Thorgy Thor (8pm)

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

FIRE ISLAND

WESTCHESTER

NEW JERSEY

Listed below are livestreamed and pre-recorded digital / virtual nightlife-centric content, broadcasted online.

ONLINE CONTENT (see all)


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

Save the Date | Urban Bear NYC | Full Calendar

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Tuesday (8.31.2021)

TUESDAY (8.31.2021) Your daily guide to NYC nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

MIDTOWN EAST

CHELSEA

MEATPACKING

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

  • MOLTO VINO: Trivia feat. Jamie Grayce & Jazzie Royal Miranda (7:30pm)

FIRE ISLAND

WESTCHESTER

NEW JERSEY

Listed below are livestreamed and pre-recorded digital / virtual nightlife-centric content, broadcasted online.

ONLINE CONTENT (see all)


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

Save the Date | Urban Bear NYC | Full Calendar

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THOTify Music Monthly – August 2021

Summer is nearly over, but the queer pop / hip hop / disco sound beats on!


Cory Alexander “Honey, While Away”

With a new spacy, airy, textured pop single that bears the developing signature sound of this singer and his producer SixFoot 5, Cory is definitely skipping further to the front of the line in the queer indie pop scene.

Amazon | Apple | Spotify


Freddie Cosmo “The Harvest” (Official Audio)

We’re getting that 90s deep house and classic hip hop vibe in this track that makes us long for our flashier, dancier Nightlife Past. But still, Freddie’s got something new and fresh here… the “Redifine Radio” host will soon be dropping Redifine: The EP that promises to explore “queer blackness, spirituality and affluence,” and we are here for all of it.

Amazon | Apple | Spotify


Jayse Vegas, “Feel Me” (Official Audio)

One of our big regrets about this column is starting it long after Jayse dropped The Gay Agenda (2019) with all its catchy, sexy / smooth dance tunes that rocked our playlists in the eyars since its release. Well, now at least we have a new Jayse track for the column, and it delivers! Specifically, it brings sultry beach party vibes just in time to enjoy the final hot summer days of 2021. We are betting on a really fun video for this.

Amazon | Apple | Spotify


Kay Day feat. Murff Daddy Flexx, “Repeat”

This emo comedy rocker-that’s a thing, my grandchildren, right?–has actually become “gayjacent” more for her directing and videography work, which has put her on music video sets with drag queens and local queer pop stars (she directed a solid batch of Jayse Vegas’ videos, for instance). We stan younger musicians trying to keep rock alive, so we’re feeling Kay’s joyful, rollicking ode to stupid-fun bad habits, well-concluded with Murff’s rap verse.

Amazon | Apple | Spotify


Kyle Motsinger, “You’re Missing Out” (Lyric Video)

Even a heartbroken response to a rejecting loved one still sounds life-affirming in the wheelhouse of this joy-spreading local singer-songwriter.

Amazon | Apple | Spotify


Macy Rodman, “Rock N’ Roll Gay Guy”

Who doesn’t really want a rock n’ roll gay guy, though? Especially one that comes in the form of “Harry!” We like how Macy’s gravelly tones approach the song with comic irony like she does with most of her discography (if you’ve every seen her Caitlyn Jenner social media presence, you know Macy is never not in on the joke) , but there’s still a wistful longing that makes this relatable. Macy is a Brooklyn nightlife legend and has evolved in incredibly engaging ways as a musician… we can’t wait to hear the entirety of Unbelievable Animals album when it drops in September.

Amazon | Apple | Spotify


Mel Incarnate, “About Fashion” (Original Audio)

A very new singer-songwriter and sister to another Brooklyn trans drag legend Charlene, Mel told us these song lyrics came from a place of frustration with a fashion photographer’s irritating comment to her. But what we have here is a fun synth-pop affirmation: “My body is my fashion.” Very exciting things are surely to come from this young performer.

Amazon | Apple | Spotify


Mel Lennon & DAPAW, “Night Ends” (Official Audio)

We’ve caught a recent live performance of Mel Lennon, and must declare him to be something of a show stealer: both in his faaaaabulous stage presence and captivatingly soulful singing. There’s something very cinematic and polished in this collab with French artist DAPAW; the energy of the track draws you in, and it’s tailor-made for both the club and the afterparty.

Amazon | Apple | Spotify

Senerio, “DIY” (Official Audio)

Senerio has already proven himself to be one of the fastest and most solid rappers on queer NYC stages, but here he shows a lot of range as a vocalist as well. When he declares “yeah, who needs the labels? This is the Do It Yourself Era….” that rings true if you know how hard-working and innovative Senerio is… he’s already produced so much incredible art and complex nightlife programming seemingly out of thin air.

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Van Hechter & Chauncey Dandridge, “The Delight”

We missed this fun disco track derived from the collaboration between performing artist Van Hechter and stalwart Stonewall DJ Chauncey when it dropped it July, but now that the pair is taking it on the road to a few local venues, it’s a good time to start dancing around to it.

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Stream all these songs on Spotify via Thotyssey‚Äôs THOTify Gaylist.

Thotify Music Monthly Archives

Listen to these songs and many others on Freddie Cosmo’s live BBox Radio show “Redifine Radio” (Friday @9:30 on Twitch), archived here.

Monday (8.30.2021)

MONDAY (8.30.2021) Your daily guide to New York City nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

CHELSEA

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

  • CLUB CUMMING: “Broadway Video Jukebox” feat. Austin Ruffer (6pm)
  • NOWHERE: “Macho Mondays” feat. gogo boys & DJ Ryko (8pm)

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY

  • SEAFARER: Bingo with Tastie (7pm)
  • PARADISE: “Drag Wars” hosted by Cee’mour Cox (11pm)

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ONLINE CONTENT (see all)


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

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Sunday (8.29.2021)

SUNDAY (8.29.2021) Your daily guide to New York and New Jersey nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

MIDTOWN EAST

CHELSEA

MEATPACKING

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

TRIBECA / NOLITA / LITTLE ITALY / LOWER MANHATTAN

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

WESTCHESTER

NEW JERSEY


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

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Saturday (8.28.2021)

SATURDAY (8.28.2021) Your daily guide to New York queer nightlife.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

MIDTOWN EAST / FLATIRON

CHELSEA

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY

Listed below are livestreamed and pre-recorded digital / virtual nightlife-centric content, broadcasted online.

ONLINE CONTENT (see all)


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

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Friday (8.27.2021)

FRIDAY (8.27.2021) Your daily guide to New York and New Jersey nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

MIDTOWN EAST

CHELSEA / HUDSON YARDS

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY

Listed below are livestreamed and pre-recorded digital / virtual nightlife-centric content, broadcasted online.

ONLINE CONTENT (see all)


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

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On Point With: Bianca Del Rio

Arguably the most popular and successful alum of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” (but really, who would dare argue?), international treasure Roy Haylock aka Bianca Del Rio is finally going back on the road with an all-new world comedy tour. Lord knows, the People need her brilliantly irreverent take on our collective condition more than ever before!


Thotyssey: Thanks so much for talking to us, Bianca! One of the last times I saw you, we were judging the premiere of the Lady Liberty drag competition at The Q in NYC! Have you been asked to judge, like, a billion local drag competitions in the years since your Drag Race win?

Bianca Del Rio: I have an opinion and judge everything. I do it every day, so it’s always nice when I get to do it in an official capacity… so I don’t just look like a bitch. I really do love local drag queens, though, and always encourage people to support their local queens… because that’s where we all started. I worked in local bars for many, many, many, many, many years.

You’ve conquered multiple media and industries since Drag Race, but you still had time to make an enjoyable, surprise cameo during this memorable season of Drag Race All-Stars. Did anything about production’s current setup seem really different from your 2014 turn on Season 6?

Not much changed‚ĶRuPaul still didn’t talk to me. This time, is was due to Covid restrictions. That was actually the biggest difference: they were very strict about following Covid guidelines. It was a fun idea I had, and the executive producers were willing to go along with it. Little did I know it would involve six Covid tests, driving 260 miles round-trip from my house in Palm Springs, and spending an entire day on set for 30 seconds of air time.

During Covid lockdown, you became a podcaster! How do you enjoy doing it, and is it something you can find time to keep up with now that live drag has returned?

I didn’t think it was something I would enjoy, so I turned down offers to do a podcast for years. Then during lockdown, I figured I might as well give it a try since I didn’t have much else to do. It turned out to be a lot of fun. What worked for me was not having any specific format. It was just me chatting with incredibly talented people who I admire and find interesting. Sadly, I’ve had to take a break from it though. It’s very time consuming for me, so I had to put it on the back burner while I work on my tour and other projects at the moment. I’m hoping to bring it back in a video format once things settled down a little next year.

Also you were part of a hilarious scripted audio production, Hot White Heist, co-starring the likes of Bowen Yang and Cynthia Nixon! I’m guessing, like with most voice work, you recorded your scenes without co-stars?

When Alan Cumming calls, you say “YES.” I was lucky enough to record my lines with Bowen Yang through Zoom, so it made my jerking off scenes much easier.

Lots of RuGirls become the faces of cosmetic products, but you’re one of the few that that is selling a makeup remover‚ÄĒthe Bianca Remover is a top selling product on Amazon! Given that you’re known for your gorgeously accentuated eyes, I’m guessing that the makeup removal process at the end of the night is something you are an expert on.

No one could ever compete with my beauty, and I’ll never reveal my secrets. But lots of bitches need to do something about their ugly mugs, so I wanted to contribute to the community by helping them get rid of them.

Lol! Back to performing: between the two Hurricane Bianca films and your recent West End run in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, you’re an experienced actor! Do you have interest in playing non-drag roles?

Only in porn–I had all my content recorded and ready to upload. That’s what started the downfall of OnlyFans.

Jamie is coming to the big and small screen. Your fans would have loved to see you starring in this adaptation!

Well–spoiler alert–I make a small cameo in the film as an art teacher named Miss Haylock. I don’t know why they decided to go with an Academy Award nominated actor instead of me to play Hugo / Loco Chanelle, but at least I got a part. I attended two screenings of the film, and it’s great! I’m anxious for everyone to see it. It’ll be released on Amazon Prime Video September 17.

Lots of your fellow Drag Race alums complain about online negativity from fans, and interactions with the franchise or production that went wrong. I don’t recall many times when you’ve complained about that stuff‚Ķ it seems you can handle whatever comes your way! Should all these RuGirls just be grateful for their fame and opportunity they got from the show, or do you see where some of them are coming from?

I treat fellow Drag Race alums like my family: I don’t talk to them, and I don’t pay attention to anything they say because none of it matters to me.

I still don’t get exactly what Kameron Michaels was carrying on about regarding that recent “lip sync assassin” Charli XCX performance‚Ķ do you?

All I’m going to say is, no one can top MY lip sync assassin performance. PERIODT.

You’re California-based now, but you return often enough to your previous home base of NYC. We always brag in New York that we have the best, most versatile (lol), hardest working queens. Do you think that still holds up?

Back in the day, NYC was the only place you could see top drag queens… but the drag scene has evolved so much (in large part due to Drag Race) that you can find some really amazing drag queens all across the US and the world now. In fact, there was a gorgeous one working security at the airport today… she got a little too personal scanning me with that wand, though.

You’re still the most prolific and busy drag standup comic in the world right now.

Busiest!? I’ve been sitting at home for 18 months!

Is joke writing something you’ve always been good at, or have improv and being “in the moment” always been the guiding forces in your live shows?

I prefer talking about what’s in front of me, and just going wherever the moment and observations take me. But you need more that that for a 75-90 minute show for a seated audience in a theater, so I need to have some scripted material in there. Also, you never know what the audience will be like… so you need to have some material to fall back on.

Do you think hecklers at your shows these days just want that thrill of the “public Bianca clapback?”

Hecklers can be very tricky. Some are fun and give me fuel to work with, but many of them think they’re funny and don’t know when to shut up. The latter can risk annoying me and the rest of the audience… but that’s why Lady Bunny works security for me. She just sits on their face to shut them up.

I know everyone always asks you about standup and today’s PC “censorship” and the fear of being cancelled, but it would be so dumb to attack you for insult comedy when that’s been your brand all along. Do you think most people understand that?

The people who come to see my shows get it. That’s what they come to see… and those are the only ones I’m worried about pleasing.

At long last, starting in September you are going back on the road in America for the Unsanitized comedy tour! Putting all that material together and planning all the tour stops seems like such a massive undertaking. Are you itching to get back out there, or maybe dreading it a little?

Always itching; never dreading. I’m always grateful getting to work, and I’m certainly looking forward to it after being home for so long with this pandemic. I’m extremely lucky to get to do what it do. You’ll never hear me complain about it. I leave that up to those other queens on Twitter.

I’m guessing by the title of the show–and your tendency towards topical content–that you’ll have some Covid material! Are you blown away by anti-vaxxers and their conspiracy theories, or are you unsurprised that that’s a thing?

Am I surprised there are idiots in the world? NO.

Unsanitized comes to New York at the newly christened Palladium Times Square (formerly RAD) on September 17, October 14 and October 15.

Oh, is that the name of the theater this week? It was the Playstation Theater the last time I was there. In case it changes again in the next couple weeks, tickets are available at [my site], lol!

And then on October 27, Unsanitized will be at the Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre in Red Bank, NJ. Tell us more about the show, and what we can expect.

I always say, expect the unexpected at my shows. Every show is different…even from one night to the next. I have an outline for the show and have some scripted material, but a large part of my show is talking about people in the audience: giving them advice, answering their questions, reading them, etc. Every audience is different, so every show is different to an extent.

After this American leg of the tour, what’s next for you?

I’ll be traveling to the UK to reprise my role in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie for a UK tour of the musical for a couple months… and then going back to LA with the company for a five week run, which will be the American premiere of the musical. Then I continue my Unsanitized comedy tour in Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, South Africa, Israel, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.

Finally, a random question: will the Sex & The City reboot be watchable without Kim Cattrall?

I’m surprised you thought it was watchable the first time. No shade. Just facts. You didn’t really expect a nice answer from me, did you?

Lol, thanks so much, Bianca, and have an amazing tour!


Check Thotyssey’s calendar for Bianca Del Rio’s upcoming area appearances, and follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. Also, check out her website to purchase tickets for her upcoming “Unsanitized” comedy tour and other events and listen to her podcast on all streaming platforms.

Note: this interview will be reprinted in the digital and print editions of the September 2021 issue of Get Out Magazine.

On Point Archives

Thursday (8.26.2021)

THURSDAY (8.26.2021) Your daily guide to New York queer nightlife events.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

MIDTOWN EAST / FLATIRON

CHELSEA

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

LOWER MANHATTAN / FINANCIAL DISTRICT

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY

Listed below are livestreamed and pre-recorded digital / virtual nightlife-centric content, broadcasted online.

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BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

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On Point With: Cuntyham

Comedian, drag performer, whacky fashionista and performance artist Archie Ham aka Cuntyham and the kooky Haus of Quench are serving us a new age of drag… and we are here for it all! [Cover photo: MTHR TRSA]


Thotyssey: Hello Mx. Cuntyham! Thanks for chatting with us today! How is Tropical Storm Life treating you this murky Sunday?

Cuntyham: Hi Mx. Thotyssey! Hurricane Henri met me last night while I did debauchery in Manhattan until the early morning. I woke up on a friend’s couch at 3pm and we decided to watch Memories of Murder, a 2003 film by Bong Joon-Ho about a guy who kills women when it rains. I’ve been in and out of hungover sleep, but it’s a cool feeling while the French storm tap dances outside the window.

Glorious! It was just your birthday, right?

It was! A friend and I rented a car and drove out to Michigan to hang out under waterfalls. We stopped at another friend’s on the way back, and she made me a cake. For the next couple of days I sat in bed watching all of my favorite movies while eating the cake out of a Tupperware container. Not my liveliest birthday, but 24 is an age of change I suppose.

Is Michigan your home state?

Yeah. I spent 17 whole years there, but left as soon as I could. It’s a cute place to visit! So many trees.

#TeamTrees! What were your earliest creative interests while growing up there?

I was always putting on shows in the living room, the backyard, at school. Everywhere. I was the youngest kid, and my parents were usually always at work… so I would get into my costume trunk and put on a performance for them when they came home. A lot of loneliness disguised by getting into new characters–it’s what I still do, honestly. It’s in my blood to be silly and have a spotlight on me.

What ultimately brought you to New York?

I started packing to move out as soon as I could walk and talk. At a young age, I became enamored by the gay New York scene of the 80s; I pretended to know the Warhol Girls, like I was one of them. the image of sex drugs and rock and roll lived through me in a town of 1,000. So I left.

[Photo: MTHR TRSA]

What were the origins of how you started mixing it up with the Brooklyn Dollz, and how you became Cuntyham?

When I came to New York, I started getting into standup. I would try to do a show every night, wherever I could. I would sneak into these bars with an older group of gay people, and we would get wine… and for some reason, this Liza Minelli-type character kept leaving my red wine-stained lips.

My last name is Cunningham, and I have a visceral memory of the first time I was called a cunt… which affected me in a negative way growing up. So I decided to take it back, and call myself the cunt. This character kept evolving, and I would bring it to these standup sets. This led to that, and groups of interesting queers would sneak me in to the bars of Brooklyn where I started doing Cunty as a drag character. I owe it to these trans queers, who took me under their wings and taught me the ways of nightlife.

Tell us what an onstage Cuntyham experience is like today.

I’ve been performing a bunch with a new house I started with some friends, Silly Brown, Paris L‚ÄôHommie, and Sterling Tull: the Haus of Quench. We found a gorgeous bar around the corner from Silly’s apartment called All Night Skate. It’s a cute little 80s-themed pink queer bar with an amazing staff. Our shows are extremely goofy and chaotic. We have some of the best drag artists in Brooklyn; we aren’t trying to prove anything, and we take our nonseriousness seriously.

Cunty has been giving world class finales in many of these shows. Our Pride-themed show ended with me crowd surfing as a disco ball. at My birthday show a couple weeks ago, I gave a live performance backed by cello (the amazing Anti M!) that had a death and resurrection. I was anointed by douche water. Someone spilled a drink on me that caused me and the entire audience to break out in an acapella of “What’s Up” by 4 Non-Blondes. It will always be a party if Cunty is there.

[Photo: Soo Intoit]

Tell us what to expect for this Friday’s “Prxm Night: Cuntyham Couture” at All Night Skate.

This is not gonna be a show you wanna miss–Paris pitched an idea of a competition based around the 90s supermodel. Along with them, Silly, and Sterling, we came up with a sexy cast (Vena Cava, Young Viper and PSYREN) who will be playing as well-known supermodels of the 90s. They’ll be vying for the attention of me, an amalgamation of the “90s Designer” (think Versace, McQueen) to become the face of my new label.

It’s less of a drag show, and more of an off-Broadway junction storytelling. We have group numbers, choreography, storylines, a She’s All That moment, Russian accents, candy cigarettes, a red carpet. Come and see who will be the face of “Cunty Couture!”

What else coming up for you?

The day after “Prxm Night,” I’m doing a couple of sets for the Leslie-Loham Museum 4th Annual Block Party. Candystore and Alexander Paris will be there doing sets as well. It’ll be a fun outside party with popcorn and activities!

And on September 11, you’ll be doing a number for the first night of Bushwig! Epic!

OMG, Bushwig! I was a stagehand for the 2018 and 2019 Bushwigs, where I picked up tips, cleaned the stage (fake blood, water, milk, glitter, even spaghetti that one time), and it was both times the most fun experience ever. It’s my Christmas: hanging out backstage, getting to chat with the absolute best performers before they go on… ugh. Especially back then I was a super duper baby, and I saw everyone with such glimmering eyes.

But last summer I got adopted by Club Quarantine as their house darling. I did a bunch of super fun sets (did a show a couple of days after Charli XCX… like, wow) and they asked me to co-host their set with Brad! Hosting at Bushwig is going to be so stellar. Like… hosting! Whoah! The Knockdown Center isn’t ready, Gaga…

It’s going to be epic! Okay, so lastly‚Ķ what has been the song of the summer for you?

It’s been less of a song summer for me, and more of an album summer. I like to walk to the park and sit and listen to a whole album, front to back. But I think my favorite one has been this half hour album from 2020 called Real Love Is‚Ķ by a band called The Chairs. It’s a slower album, but when I listen to it I imagine myself on a private beach or something. It lowers my blood pressure, I guess. I don’t know.

That sounds like just what the doctor ordered, literally! Thanks, Cuntyham!


Check Thotyssey’s calendar for Cuntyham’s upcoming appearances, and follow them on Instagram and Twitter.

On Point Archives

Wednesday (8.25.2021)

WEDNESDAY (8.25.2021) Your daily guide to New York nightlife.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

CHELSEA

MEATPACKING

  • LE BAIN: Trivia feat. Thorgy Thor (8pm)

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

WESTCHESTER

NEW JERSEY

Listed below are livestreamed and pre-recorded digital / virtual nightlife-centric content, broadcasted online.

ONLINE CONTENT (see all)


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

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Tuesday (8.24.2021)

TUESDAY (8.24.2021) Your daily guide to NYC nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN

MIDTOWN EAST

CHELSEA

MEATPACKING

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

WESTCHESTER

NEW JERSEY

Listed below are livestreamed and pre-recorded digital / virtual nightlife-centric content, broadcasted online.

ONLINE CONTENT (see all)


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN

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