Provincetown's Queer New Year's Eve Events Start Thursday
Provincetown First Light Weekend
Queer P-town knows how to ring in the new year, with its four-day First Light Weekend, with festivities starting Thursday, December 30th. Here are some of the best events on tap. For more details visit the Provincetown Business Guild site.
The Atlantic House, also known as the A-House, is Provincetown's only year-round dance club, which is actually three bars in one: Little Bar (a cruise bar with juke box) - The Macho Bar (Provincetown's original leather and Levi bar) and the Big Room (Provincetown's #1 Dance Club). A-House's First Night party starts Wednesday 12/29 and continues all weekend.
New Year's Eve at The Crown
The Crown & Anchor New Year's Eve events and New Year's Day brunch
Light Bright Bike Ride
Friday December 31st 4:30pm-5pm Pedal Ptown Bike Tours presents Light Bright Bike Ride at Provincetown Public Library (15 minutes, 1 mile). Light up your bike for this free community bike parade along Commercial Street! Prizes awarded for creative bike decorating and lighting. At 3PM bike decorating starts at the Public Library. Free, no registration required.
Tammie Brown’s Holiday Sparkle
Tammie Brown’s Holiday Sparkle at Pilgrim House Two shows: Friday, December 31st at 9pm and Saturday, January 1st at 9pm
New Year's Eve celebrations at The Club in Provincetown features Lea DeLaria and The Mike Flanigan Quartet.
New Year's Eve with Dragon Sisters
New Year's Eve at the Crown with the Dragon Sisters & DJ Samuella.
Tammie Brown's Back to The Future Disco Flashback
Tammie Brown's Back to The Future Disco Flashback at Pilgrim House Inn features DJ Mary Alice and starts at 11pm Friday, New Year's Eve.
New Year's Day Drag Brunch
Drag Brunch at Tin Pin Alley with Anita Cocktail, Ivy Leauge, and a special guest 10am and 11:30am both Saturday, January 1st and Sunday, January 2nd.
Polar Bear Plunge
New Year's Day, Saturday January 1st, the annual Polar Bear Plunge is at 12 noon, followed by warm up and cocktails at Harbor Lounge afterward.
Lesbian singer Suede known for selling out clubs like Boston's Scullers Jazz Club, New York's famous Birdland and being the late, great Joan Rivers' opening act, The Crown & Anchor is thrilled Suede is back home in Provincetown for New Year's Day. Saturday January 1st at 7:30pm.
NY Press says she's like, 'Adele meets Diana Krall meets Bette Midler—sassy, smooth and intoxicating.'
The Boston Globe says she's "Wicked exciting!"
Mona Mour & the Mike Flanagan Quartet at Post Office Cafe and Cabaret starting 9pm January 1st.
Turn Back Time Dance Party
Thirsty Burlington host a "Turn Back Time” Dance Party Saturday, January 1st starting 9pm at the Crown & Anchor