Tramp All kinds of girls who love girls congregate for a dance party with go-go dancers and music provided by DJs Jacqie Jaguar and Zehra. 10pm–3am. The Steady, 1051 Bloor St W. $5 before midnight, $10 after. thesteadycafe.com
Temperature Part of the In the Life Pride Weekend, this evening features rapper/actress Temper and raises funds for Black Families and Friends and the annual Queernament Basketball Tournament. 10pm–4am. Mojo Lounge, 1305 Dundas St W. $20–35. iaminthelife.com
Bootcamp Party boys dance the night away to beats provided by DJs Manny Lehman, Eddie Martinez and Erez Ben Ishay. 10pm–6am. Guvernment, 132 Queens Quay E. Cover TBA. prismtoronto.com
Rangeela: The Big Bollywood Disco
Sat, June 28
This queer South Asian party features hot Bollywood beats and some very sexy folks. All proceeds go to the Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention. 10pm–4am. Club120, 120 Church St. $10 before midnight, $15 midnight–2am, $20 after 2am. club120.ca
Pride and Remembrance Run
Two of Toronto’s hottest parties combine for a night of performances by Vine superstar TS Madison and Tynomi Banks and music from DJs Blackcat, Nino Brown, Kris Steeves, Phil V and more. 10pm. 99 Sudbury, 99 Sudbury St. $15 advance, $20 door. ticketfly.com
’90s Night: Pride Edition DJ Craig Dominic turns back the clock, spinning ’90s dance hits and handing out free glow sticks. 11pm–2am. Byzantium, 499 Church St. No cover. byz.ca
Sporty types run to benefit Fife House, the Egale Human Rights Trust and the Pride and Remembrance Foundation. 10am. Starts at Church and Wellesley streets. $40–45; free to watch. priderun.org 8 This kid-friendly zone has activities and entertainment for the whole family throughout the weekend, including snacks, music, games, face painting and crafts. 10am–5pm. Church Street Public School, 83 Alexander St.
Community Café at Clean Sober & Proud Place
Featuring the Swingin’ OUT Club, the Toronto Wranglers, Queer Asian Youth Cabaret, Georgia TG, Rusiko, Andre Marc and his dancers, and the sweet sounds of California’s Leah Jee. 10am–11pm. Paul Kane Parkette, Wellesley Street, between Church & Yonge.
She Writes Authors Elizabeth Ruth, Liz Bugg, Karishma Kripalani and JE Knowles read and reflect on their work. 11am–12:30pm. Glad Day Bookshop, 598 Yonge St. Free. gladdaybookshop.com
No H8 Campaign Open Photo Shoot Guys and girls pose for official photos for NOH8, a worldwide campaign promoting equality through social media. Photos are first come, first served. Wear white, arrive cameraready and pose to make a statement. Noon–3pm. Allan Gardens, 19 Horticultural Ave. $30–40. noh8campaign.com
Rangeela: The Big Bollywood Disco — Club120, Fri, June 27
SS Steamworks Cruise Hot, wet guys cruise Lake Ontario while flirting and shaking their butts to DJs
XTRA’s ULTIMATE PRIDE GUIDE — Toronto 2014
14-06-04 5:38 PM
Comprehensive event listings and area map for WorldPride, taking place June 16–30 in Toronto, Canada.