It’s Gay’s for Patsy’s annual LGBTQA+ (queer) spring hoedown in Provincetown, Massachusetts featuring dances, workshops, and a whole bunch of socializing.
Here’s a quick lowdown of our event:
If you love to dance and have fun, this weekend is for you.
Our hoedown attracts somewhere between 60-120 LGBTQA+ allies (queer) dancers.Everyone is welcome. We don’t care your sexual orientation, race, gender, or what role you like to dance. We just care about having fun, the joy of dance, and socializing. As a participant in our weekend, we ask you be respectful to each other, dance when asked (unless you don’t know the style) and have fun.No experience? Don’t fret none, we’ll learn ya.No partner? We got ya covered – they’ll be tons to go around.
|What||Dancing, learning, and socializing.
Our hoedown consists of
Pricing: varied but a Weekend Pass is your best deal. See Registration for more details and deadlines.
Style and Music: Country Western dancing with a twist. Our dances feature music drawn from contemporary country, r&b, pop, and other sources that you can two step, west and east coast swing, cha cha, waltz, line dance, and more too.
Our goal for the weekend is to offer a safe, fun environment to learn, dance, and be all social-like. No matter your two left feet, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, or (sigh) political views, you’re safe here.
|Where||Town Hall 260 Commercial Street, Provincetown
Sage Inn and Lounge 336 Commercial Street, Provincetown
|When||Friday–Sunday, April 27–29, 2018|
|Why||We started this weekend over 25 years ago first as a way for our group (Gays for Patsy) to get away and have fun. We added fundraising to the mix as it’s in our mission.|
|Whatcha waiting fer? Get Registered now!|