Royale has been known for big bashes since its previous incarnation as the Roxy. The massive room has a grand stage, an elegant marble foyer, cushy seating nooks, a fantastic sound system, a festive light show, VIP balconies, and more. One of several spots that first dragged downtown Boston out of late-night wasteland, Good Life hangs on by catering to many different scenes.
This is a group for anyone interested in meeting new women in the lesbian and bisexual community. We're going to have events for singles, couples, people interested in making new friends, business networking, and even social events that promote fitness and wellness. All lesbian women, bisexual women and their friends are welcome.
A collection of links to websites dedicated to gay and lesbian country western dance events, organizations, dance clubs, and dance classes, as well as several other organizations we love. ASGRA The Atlantic States Gay Rodeo Association A charitable and social organization whose primary purpose is to promote the sport of rodeo and foster country and western lifestyles in the gay and lesbian community. Sundance Association Provides country-western dance instruction and open dancing weekly in San Francisco.
For as long as humans have inhabited the earth, dancing and music has been an integral part of our existence. Who can sit idly by with a great tune playing and an addictive rhythm filling the room with energy? The idea of same gender dancing or dancing without regard to gender may be a new idea to many people today, but it has been around in different forms, filling different needs for a long time, and it has a rich and interesting history. Gender-free dancing is a lot of fun and has the potential of providing a great learning experience, as well as a new and creative challenge, particularly for experienced dancers.
Boston has a wide variety of options for those looking for a fun night out. Boston MA It can be cruisy, but is a popular stop for the afternoon cocktail crowd.
Learn more on our All are Welcome page. Our mission is creating welcoming venues that allow folks to dance, learn, and socialize. We have a mix of peer and professional teachers.
Come on your own or bring a friend or sweetie; no partner needed, and no dance experience needed! There's a free beginner's dance lesson with Liz Naniadirector of OUT to Dance, at 8 pm where you'll get your groove on, and you'll meet all the other newbies there, plus some experienced dancers who love to dance. Join us for the friendliest and most fun queer dance imaginable.
Boston What's New? This page covers mostly places within a few miles of Boston, though it might stretch all the way to I If you're looking for something in your area outside of Route and you don't see it here, try looking northwestsouthor way west western Massachusetts of Boston. Note that some venues close during the summer or whenever they feel like it.
Dances normally run to pm. We do pass a bucket for our live music fund, and you can ask the person at the door about sponsoring future dances. This dance series has dances on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays Sept-June and the 4th Saturday in July with occasional exceptions.