Join Snow White and her queens of Chicago for their unforgettable vacation to Ptown!
Boystown’s longest-running smash hit, “Snow White and the Seven Drag Queens” gets a Cape Cod makeover for one night only at the Crown and Anchor.
Tickets start at $25.00 for general admission and are available for purchase at the Crown Box Office on Commercial Street.
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This week in Boston, Ogunquit and Provincetown (August 24-30)
Snow White & The 7 Drag Queens This campy show is at the Crown & Anchor for one show only, Tuesday, August 25 in Provincetown
Opus Affair Social This social group of 20 & 30-somethings meet each month for cocktails and will be at Anthem Tuesday, August 25 6-9 PM in Boston
Underwear Party Check out Club Purgatory on Thursday, Aug. 27 doors open at 9 PM / music at 10:30 PM with DJ Dave in Provincetown
Ptown Gallery Walk More than 60 galleries open their doors and welcome you to visit on Friday, August 28 in Provincetown
St. Anthony’s Feast Join more than 80,000 expected to come out to this annual North End festival Friday, August 28 – 30 in Boston
Golden Girls Live! A Drag Parody Performances run through Saturday, August 29th at Club Cafe in Boston
Mainestreet Tea Dance Show your support for the Riptide Softball fundraiser BBQ and Tea Dance on Saturday August 29 in Ogunquit
dbar Summer Sports Tea Dance Head over to Dorchester for dbar’s 5th annual Summer Sports Tea Dance Sunday, August 30 in Boston
I’ve started posting a weekly listing of upcoming activities in Boston, Ogunquit and Ptown each Monday. If you like what you see, share this post with your friends. Send me information about upcoming programs and events in the comments section or message me the details on Facebook.
Much thanks to everyone who was nice enough to pose for a photograph at Carnival this past week in Provincetown and a special thanks to Alberto Bianco who shared some of his photos and to Sergio for taking most of the pictures and helping to assemble this video – I couldn’t have done it without him.
Provincetown’s 2016 Carnival theme is Back to the 80s so start your planning. We will see you there.
Built in 1805, The Red Inn has welcomed guests who have come to vacation in Provincetown for 100 years. Two weeks ago, to celebrate their centennial anniversary the Inn made use of their beachfront to congratulate themselves. I love the aerial image of the Red Inn. Sergio and I make a point of it to stop by for a cocktail at some point during our stay in Provincetown.
Don’t miss Carnival Week’s official closing party “Cotton Candy” at the Crown and Anchor. DJ Joe Gauthreaux spins in Paramount and VJ Tom Yaz will help you enjoy the final hour countdown for Carnival week at Wave Bar. Doors open at 9:00 p.m. More information here.
The Provincetown Carnival parade is today. The above photo is from last year when the theme was Comic Book Capers; this year’s theme is “Candy Land”
Are you in Provincetown? Say hello if you see me. I’ll be doing my best with the help of Sergio to snap photographs of some of our favorite costumes from this year’s parade and the parties that follow. If you have a costume you are proud of be sure to send me a photograph at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sergio and I are off to Provincetown to enjoy Carnival Week celebrations with friends. This year’s theme is Candyland. I’m looking forward to all the costumes and parties and will work with Sergio to pull together a video to share with you after we return from Ptown.
Below I’ve included the 2014 video we created from Carnival last year. The theme for 2014 was perhaps the best in recent memory – Comic Book Capers – enjoy the video and check back next week for my Carnival 2015 video.