2021 Provincetown Carnival celebrations

Provincetown’s Carnival celebration wil start this weekend. The theme this year is “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”.

Note that Provincetown has a strict mask policy when indoors and many places require proof of vaccination so snap a photo of your CDC vaccination card or bring it with you. The strict adherence was put in place after infection rates spiked following the July 4th weekend. Since reinstating the mask mandate, infection rates have dropped dramatically*.

Events & parties during Carnvival Week in Provincetown

Sunday, August 15

Tea Dance at The Boatslip at 4PM w/ cover charge $10

Sunset Cruise: You’re Not in Kansas Anymore with DJ Edil Hernandez
*Sold Out*

Opening Night Costume Party: Come Out Come Out Wherever You Are at The Crown & Anchor at 9PM $30 cover benefits the Provincetown Business Guild

Monday, August 16

Tea Dance at The Boatslip at 4PM w/ cover charge $10

Carnival kickoff at Shipwreck at 8PM – No cover

Gesellschaft presents Tornado at Red Room at Velvet at 10:30PM – No cover

Tuesday, August 17

Tea Dance at The Boatslip at 4PM w/ cover charge $10

RAINBOW Dance Party at A-House at 10PM – $20 cover charge

Wednesday, August 18

Tea Dance at The Boatslip at 4PM w/ cover charge $10

Provincetown Follies at Boatslip at 9:30PM w/ $20 cover benefits Provincetown Business Guild

Red Room presents Ruby Red Slippers at Velvet at 10:30PM w/ $10 cover benefits Provincetown Business Guild

Thursday, August 19

Express Yourself Day – All day. Come as you are, or dress as you like using this year’s theme: Somewhere Over the Rainbow. 

Tea Dance at The Boatslip at 4PM w/ cover charge $10

Ty Sunderland Presents Love Prism: Carnival Dance Party at Town Hall at 7PM – Admission is free with a ticket, must RSVP in advance

Friday, August 20

Tea Dance at The Boatslip at 4PM w/ cover charge $10

Friday Gallery Stroll (opening and closing times vary)

Official Closing Party: There’s No Place Like Home at Crown & Anchor at 10PM w/ $30 cover benefits Provincetown Business Guild

*For the latest information about COVID-19 infection rates in Provincetown, click here.

One response to “2021 Provincetown Carnival celebrations

  1. Excellent info Bos! I will be heading to Ptown this week and staying with a friend who lives there year round. I think we will be staying close to his house, like we did last year. I got a bit nervous when I heard how bad it was there this year. But like last year we will be avoiding the large crowds, as it pains me to not attend any tea dances or the parade even though we are vaxed. But any beach time is good time.

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