Pencil it in! From Atlanta to Anaheim we're dishing the dates, details, special guests and more for upcoming gay themed events at amusement parks across the country after the jump!
Rainbow Days at Six Flags | August 25, 2012 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
A production of Atlanta Premier Events Group, this summertime “gay day of fun” expects to attract 5,000 or more from Greater Atlanta and beyond.
Admission to the all-day event is $49.95 which includes parking, all park rides, evening buffet and live stage entertainment.
The buffet picnic-style meal includes chicken filet sandwiches, hot dogs, baked beans, potato chips, ice cream bars and Coca-Cola fountain beverages.
The meal and DJ entertainment begins at 6 p.m. at the Peachtree Pavilion.
Tickets are available for purchase now through their website.
Gay Days Anaheim | October 5-7, 2012
The happiest place on earth is about to become the gayest! For its 15th year, the event is expected to attract more than 30,000 LGBT park-hoppers from California and all over the country.
The weekend opens Friday, October 5 with WONDERLAND, a dance party with DJ Ray Rhodes (Tiger Heat, KBIG 104.), hosted by Los Angeles drag diva Momma. The event which benefitsThe Trevor Project, runs from 9:30pm–1am at Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen located in Downtown Disney at the Disneyland Resort.
Saturday, October 6 will be Gay Day at Disneyland, which culminates with KINGDOM, the weekend’s signature dance party with music from renowned DJ Kimberly S and a special performance by American Idol alum Kimberly Caldwell.
Saturday will also feature Miss Coco Peru: LIVE!, in which Drag Queen/Monologist/World Savior, Miss Coco Peru will take the stage.
Sunday, October 7 will be Gay Day at Disney's California Adventure and the return of the Gay Days Anaheim pool party, PLUNGE! from noon until 4:00 p.m. at The Anabella Hotel. DJ Zach Moos will be spinning.
VIP ticket packages for all three parties are available now. VIP Gold tickets include access to an exclusive cocktail party with two-time Emmy nominee, Dot Marie Jones (Glee) and Michael Urie (CBS’s upcoming Partners).
Gay Days Anaheim is a "mix-in" with the park’s other weekend guests, but gays and lesbians are encouraged to wear red shirts in order to identify each other and to show strong numbers. For more information click here.