Pride Partners

In addition to our roster of official Pride events, NYC Pride partners with a great group of organizations that produce their own amazing celebrations and activities. Be a part of the 2017 Pride Partners program and download the overview today!

Pride Partners Program

How It Works

Though the application window is now closed, we encourage interested groups to review our Pride Partners program materials and seriously consider applying in 2017. Pride Partners receive many benefits, including dedicated social media marketing via NYC Pride's official channels, a listing on NYC Pride's world-class website, and inclusion in the Pride Guide, a lifestyle publication that features fashion, travel, home design, entertainment and much more.

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Callen-Lorde's Roar

June 1 | 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Show your zoo colors at Callen-Lorde’s annual pride party at Central Park Zoo. Mix, mingle and celebrate with fabulous food, drink and fun for the whole family. Music by Occupy the Disco. Click the button to buy tickets or 212-271-7263.

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June 1 to June 24

It was supposed to be a casual fling. When Fletcher Driscoll returned to his hometown to direct his alma mater's production of Romeo and Juliet, he never expected to end up in a star-crossed romance of his own. He never expected to get involved with Jeff, recently out and carrying his own complicated past. Nor was he quite prepared to confront Tommy, his high school best friend who broke his heart...repeatedly and on purpose. Fortunately, Fletcher and Jeff have decided to keep it simple, so what could possibly go wrong? A powerful drama about the resonance of loss, Composure is for everyone who has ever loved the wrong person and worries that it's too late to find the right one. The Workshop Theater's previous production of Composure received 2016 New York Innovative Theatre Awards for Outstanding Direction (Fritz Brekeller) and Outstanding Original Full-Length Script (playwright, Scott C. Sickles). Composure is the final production of The Workshop Theater's 23rd season.

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OutCycling's Pride Ride

June 4 | 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

OutCycling cycles to celebrate the world's most historic LGBT Pride Celebration. The ride starts and ends in NYC with three distance options: 30, 60 or 100 miles. The ride is a day of inspiration, commemoration, and celebration. OutCycling is a nonprofit community bike organization made up of cyclists of all ages and and abilities. Our motto is fun, fitness and friendship for all and our membership is open to anyone. For more information, visit

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Roundabout Theatre Company

June 8 to September 3

Roundabout Theatre Company presents Marvin’s Room, a wildly funny play about the laughter that can shine through life’s darkest moments. Scott McPherson’s only play to be staged on Broadway given his premature death due to complications from AIDS stars Janeane Garofalo, Lili Taylor and Celia Weston. Roundabout presents the world premiere of Napoli, Brooklyn, a poignant new play about an Italian immigrant household in 1960s Brooklyn. When three young daughters confront a changing world and sexual identity, their paths diverge—in drastic and devastating ways—from their parents’ deeply traditional values. Despite their fierce love, each young woman harbors a secret longing that, if revealed, could tear the family apart. Receive 20% off by using the code PRIDE17 for either show.

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Leslie Lohman Museum

June 10 to September 3

FOUND is a survey of up-and-coming artists trained for the trail, socio-anthropologists of the queer. Matt Lipps forages through the archives of the defunct arts journal, Horizon Magazine, for proof of a gay footprint, re-photographing the evidence he finds into vivid tableaux that seasons the entire history of Western art with the correct amount of post-industrial luridness. Artist Reena Katz unearths a literal dreamscape from the mixed tapes of her coming-of-age, which she weaves into AudioCloth pillowcases that crackle and moan under hand-held tape heads. Brian Christopher Glaser molds society pages into class leviathans, and constructs a deluge of hair ads. Alyse Ronayne unearths hybridizations that cross the taint of self tanners with hand-selected confetti, the breadcrumb trails of parties gone by. Gaye Chan combs though more generalized historiographies of colonialism for the specific outlines of queer identity. Curated by Avram Finkelstein.

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My True Colors Festival

June 15 to July 2

My True Colors Festival is an annual multidisciplinary arts event, taking place June 15 to July 2 at multiple venues in Brooklyn. Now in its third season, MTCF received submissions from across the country and around the globe and will showcase plays, documentaries, film shorts, feature films, web series originals, dance and musical acts as well as workshops for and by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex and asexual (LGBTQIA+) storytellers and diverse communities. Past one-on-one conversations included notable celebrities and allies such as ABC's Black-ish actress Jenifer Lewis and For Colored Girls playwright Ntozake Shange.This year's lineup features the films Kiki and Free CeCe.

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Queer Urban Orchestra

June 17 | 8 p.m.

Kick off your Pride Week festivities with the Queer Urban Orchestra as we celebrate our hometown—New York City. Come join the incomparable Jacqueline Jonée as she hosts an evening of music and revelry dedicated to this great city. There will also be a silent auction throughout the evening. The Queer Urban Orchestra (QUO) is a musical organization dedicated to the promotion of fine arts in the New York City metropolitan area whose membership is open to all adult musicians regardless of age, race, religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity. QUO strives to entertain and educate members and audiences alike through performances of classical and contemporary music, promoting equality, understanding, acceptance, and respect.

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Theatre East

June 19 | 6 p.m.

Theatre East celebrates NYC Pride with a special installment of the Neighborhood Reading Series. Come hear Lilly Camp's new play, Couch Nights, that explores friendship, young love, identity, newfound sexuality, and the complexities found therein. Raise a glass at the 6 p.m. cocktail hour followed by the play reading at 7 p.m. Rainbow festooned photo booth, drink specials, and lots of love!

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Brookfield Place

June 19 to June 26

Brookfield Place New York celebrates PRIDE this year from 6/19-6/26 with the #LoveIs letters on The Terrace. Snap a photo, tag @BrookfieldPlaceNY and show us what #LoveIs to you — for every post, $1 will be donated to the Hetrick-Martin Institue of up to $25,000. From NYC artist Baron Von Fancy’s installation of #PrideIs in the 230 Vesey Corridor, to a silent auction on The Terrace on 6/21, there are many ways to show your support for the LGBTQIA+ community. Brookfield Place’s Pride Week is presented with RBC, Time Inc, American Express, and Jones Day.

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Pride: The Series Panel Discussion

June 21 | 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

PRIDE: The Series collaborates with The Trevor Project to host a panel discussion featuring top LGBTQ influencers in the entertainment industry, including Alexis Michelle (RuPaul's Drag Race, Season 9), Michael Musto (The New York Times celebrity journalist) and more. These influencers will create a conversation surrounding the difficulties and successes one encounters while being a creative member of the LGBTQ community in the entertainment industry.

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WQXR Presents The Opera Party: Pride Without Prejudice

June 22 | 7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.

Loosen the laces of your corset for WQXR’s first official celebration of NYC Pride Week! Curated and hosted by MET Opera star Anthony Roth Costanzo, this unfettered fête full of high notes and low bars celebrates opera in a whole new way. Hear world-class live performances while enjoying delectable dishes created to match the music and drinks you can take to your seat. Co-hosted by Justin Vivian Bond—performance artist, author, and cabaret artist—and featuring tenor and force-of-nature Anthony Dean Griffey, a surreal confection by cake-maker Elizabeth Hodes, and enticing opportunities to show off just how much pride you feel. Artist Doug Fitch provides art direction and other edible designs especially for the occasion.

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Del Close Marathon

June 23 to June 25

The Del Close Marathon is a non-stop improvised comedy festival featuring hundreds of performers on eleven different stages in the Chelsea and East Village neighborhoods over one sleepless weekend. The marathon, hosted by the famed The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, celebrates the late Del Close, who mentored many of comedy's biggest stars and pioneered long-form improv as an art form. Previous years have featured performances by the UCB (Amy Poehler, Matt Besser, Matt Walsh and Ian Roberts), Broad City, Nick Kroll, Sasheer Zamata, Bobby Moynihan and many more.

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Front Runners Pride Run

June 24 | 8:30 a.m.

This year will mark the 36th running of the Front Runners New York (FRNY) Pride Run. Since the inaugural race in 1982, the Pride Run has grown to become the largest LGBT sporting event in NYC and one of the largest worldwide. This event, organized by FRNY in collaboration with New York Road Runners, is an official qualifier for the TCS New York City Marathon. Each year, FRNY shares the proceeds from the race, raised from sponsors and donors, with a club-nominated charity. Callen-Lorde Community Health Center has been selected as this year’s recipient.

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BAM Presents Everybooty

June 24 | 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.

The 2017 Everybooty affair descends on the Brooklyn Academy of Music this Pride weekend for a four-floor, more is more arts explosion featuring the glitteriest creatures of the queers arts and nightlife worlds. This radical evening of revelry fills BAM’s Fisher Building from basement to rooftop with performances, DJs, installations, immersive experiences, booze, and general ruckus. Giving You Life!

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New-York Historical Society

American history comes alive like never before at our groundbreaking, new fourth floor. Immerse yourself in our awe-inspiring Gallery of Tiffany Lamps where 100 illuminated glass masterpieces will dazzle you. Discover breathtaking displays of unique historic objects in our sprawling new North Gallery. And uncover the hidden stories of American women in the new Center for Women's History, the first of its kind in the nation within the walls of a museum.

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Gay & Sober

Gay & Sober's mission is to provide a safe, fun, and enriching experience to the sober community. Our primary purpose is to encourage unity and enhance one's sobriety. In the spirit of unity, we come together to support and love one another and to show others—especially beginners—that it is indeed possible to be happy, joyous, and free while being sober.

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Amida Care

At Amida Care, New York’s largest Medicaid special needs health plan, members are celebrated for who they really are. Amida Care specializes in helping members living with chronic conditions, such as HIV, to get and stay well so they can live their most authentic, best lives. Thanks to decades of advocacy and medical advancements in HIV treatment, people living with HIV can get to a place where the virus is at undetectable levels, making it possible for them to live longer, healthier lives and to be much less likely to transmit HIV to others. An AIDS-free generation is within our reach. Coordinated care and services for your physical, mental, and emotional needs may be within your reach if you qualify for our plan. For confidential assistance, call 1-855-GO-AMIDA (TTY 711)

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