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Where To Celebrate Labor Gay Weekend

Three-Day Weekend!

Three-Day Weekend!

Three-Day Weekend!

Those four little syllables always bring a smile to our face and a tingle in our testes.

So with Labor Day upon us, we know you’ll probably be bouncing from backyard pool to rooftop pool to some daddy’s shower built for seven. But in between getting wet, you’ll probably want to hit up some of the queer businesses in town for a little meat-and-greet with your fellow gays.

So here are a few of the happenings at a handful of spots around Dallas.


Over the weekend, everybody’s favorite piano bar hosts singer Stephanie Sallie (perhaps in honor of National Coconut Day) on Saturday from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.

On Sunday, join Wayne Smith for Cher-e-oke from 10:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.

And on Labor Day, it’s Alexandre’s MOM on stage. And MOM stands for Monday Open Mic, an event that takes place every first Monday from 9:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Caven Enterprises

The bars of Caven Enterprises all have some long-weekend festivities planned on both Saturday, September 2 and Sunday, September 3. Bounce around between TMC, Sue Ellen’s, JR’s and Station 4 for the full LDW experience.

Hamburger Mary’s

The drag-and-burger party palace on Cedar Springs has five different events between Friday and Sunday, so if you haven’t been to the newest addition to the Strip, choose between Feel the Fantasy on Friday, Dal-YASS! Brunch and Stars on the Strip on Saturday, and Communion Diva Brunch and Local Charity Bingo on Sunday.

Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Heiney!

The Round-Up Saloon & Dance Hall

Technically, we think you can kick-off the weekend tonight and stretch it out even more than three days with the Miss & Mr. Round-Up competition. But if you want to be more official about things, wait until Sunday at 6:00 p.m. for Power Tool: Labor Day Sunday Funday Dance Party.

The View Dallas

And over at The View Dallas, they’ve got more half-naked men that you can shake your stick at. Start off with Drag Brunch at The View then stick around for Daddy Disco, which starts Sunday at 5:00 p.m.