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Concert

A Very Todrick Affair

Todrick Hall, the flamboyantly talented multi-hyphenate (singer-dancer-choreographer-influencer-etc-etc-etc) always has something new in the works. And we love that his work is unapologetically gay, gay, gay. The native Texan has a new video out from his album, Femuline Gaymeova called “Rich Forever” and it offers his signature mix of sass and sex (including a starring role for his naked butt). It […]

Wishes Do Come True!

Broadway’s back, baby! Not only is that something people are shouting from every corner of New York City, it’s also the title of the next concert from the Turtle Creek Chorale. For two performances only, on October 9 and 10, the TCC presents Broadway’s Back, Baby, featuring some of the best songs to ever grace stages around the globe. Special […]

Who Goes There

The days of rainbows and celebrating our community comes a little early this year. With the cancellation of Pride events worldwide, organizers continue to turn to online platforms to connect us with artists (and keep us sane at the same time). Next up, the OUTLOUD Pride Artist Showcase that was supposed to debut at South by Southwest this year. Obviously, […]

A Cruise Ship Cabaret In Your Living Room

While vacations are on hold for tens of millions of people, that hasn’t stopped any of us with 24/7 wanderlust from finding ways to recreate the joys of travel. Even in small ways. VACAYA, the newest company to offer all-LGBTQ travel experiences from buying out entire ships for cruises to booking entire resorts for land vacations, has a temporary solution. […]

Out/Standing In His Field

Who’s ready to have a Grand old time? Or more accurately, a Grand young time. (Singer Steve Grand’s only 30 years old, for Pete’s sake.) The ultra-talented heartthrob comes to Dallas for a one-night-only benefit for the Suicide & Crisis Center of North Texas. The intimate concert takes place at SMU’s Bob Hope Theater with our beloved Sister Helen Holy […]

‘Tis The Season To Cher

We saw Cher’s Farewell Tour three times. Over the course of three years. So like millions, we chuckled with the announcement of her Here We Go Again Tour in support of her most recent ABBA-filled album, Dancing Queen. And she’s finally returning to Dallas this Thursday. For anyone who didn’t get tickets when they originally went on sale, never fear. […]

Holiday Harmonies

We’d love to wake up Christmas morning with Cheyenne Jackson under our tree. It’s not an entirely impossible wish, what with our stockpile of chloroform and frequent flyer miles, but still fairly unlikely. So the next best thing for us is a front-row seat to Christmas with Megan Hilty and Cheyenne Jackson. Many fantastic seats are available now for the […]

Who You Callin’ Queen? Oh, These Guys.

Have nothing to do Tuesday night? Perhaps you’d like to do the Fandango, you little Scaramouche, you. Last-minute tickets are still available for next week’s Queen + Adam Lambert concert at American Airlines Center with 18,000 of your soon-to-be closest friends. Even though regular priced tickets are already sold out, you should totally go if you can afford the resale […]

Who’s Ready To Palooz?

We want to rock and roll all night. And party every day. And, well, rock and roll in the afternoon and party at night, too. Maybe we should just say we wanna rock, roll and party 24/7. So it’s a good thing that the annual Suesapalooza music festival returns to Sue Ellen’s┬áthis weekend. Pick up tickets from your favorite bartender […]

My, What A Beautiful Ora

We love seeing big-name stars in smaller performance spaces. One of our all-time favorite concerts was Annie Lennox at SMU’s McFarlin Auditorium because it seemed so up-close-and-personal, yet otherworldly all at once. That’s why we love The Statler Ballroom as a venue. It’s big enough for spectacle, yet feels so much more intimate. On the last Saturday of March, bisexual […]