Thursday, June 2

Village Pub presents Electra in “Place Your Bette,” Be the first to see Electra’s 2016 P Town Extravaganza at 9:30pm.

My Tropixxx Ruby Member Sale 40% off from today through Sunday, June 5th (with Non Members getting 20% off).

Pride Factory presents 15% off already reduced items from today until June 8th.

Friday, June 3

Floppy Roosters is invites everyone to celebrate the birthday of their founder Paolo Pincente.

Ellie Goulding will be performing at the American Airlines Arena on Friday, at 7 pm. Tickets, which start at $31.75 per person can be bought by going to Ellie Goulding’s US tour website at elliegoulding.com/ustour.

Score and Athena Dion’s the Lab Fridays presents the Ellie Goulding Delerium tour after party with music by DJ Rob Sky and door hostess Shelley Novak.

The South Florida Pride Wind Ensemble continues its 30th anniversary season with an all-new show called “Leaving on a Jet Plane.” It will be performed one night only at the Amaturo Theatre at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts at 8 p.m. Tickets are priced at $30 per person, and they are available for purchase via Ticketmaster or the Broward Center box office directly. People may purchase through the website (browardcenter.org) or by calling the box office weekdays or on the evening of the event at (954) 462-0222. For more information on the South Florida Pride Wind Ensemble, visit pridewindensemble.org.

Located in the heart of West Palm Beach’s “Cultural Corridor” 811 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach. The Box Gallery, the newest addition to the cultural landscape of the Gold Coast, opens today through the 5th.

Saturday, June 4

The Ramrod presents their monthly Pig Dance – #94 (frst Saturday of every month) starring DJ Mark Demarko from 11pm to 3am.
Bigger Saturdays at Score presents DJ Carlos G, and if you show them your Score App on your mobile device you get in free.
The Manor presents the 6th annual “Glow Party,” with free glow toys starring DJ Paul DeLeon in the Ballroom. In the Ivy Lounge and patio, Noche Latina Saturdays presents, back by popular demand, a Tribute to our Local Latin Drag Queens starring Lana Novva Lannude and Diva Polite with resident DJ Larry Larr, and hot Latin Go-Go Papi’s provided by Marco Perez. Saturdays at the Manor is from 11pm to 4 am and feature No Cover until midnight and only $5 after midnight for member and $7 for non-members.

The comic drama ‘Feeding The Bear,’ by Michael Aman, has its world premiere at Island City Stage. “As with last season’s ‘Poz’ Michael chooses subjects that are topical and challenging, and then delves into them with insight, humor and compassion.” ‘Feeding The Bear,’ tells the story of a gay, single teacher with body dysmorphia — a mental disorder characterized by a preoccupation with minor or imaginary physical flaws — who is now the caregiver for his once disapproving father, suffering from Alzheimer’s.  His divorced sister and a TV chef (in drag) join him on his journey to understanding himself and his father. The cast includes Island City Stage Producing Artistic Director Andy Rogow, Niki Fridh, Kevin Reilley and Johnny Bowls. ‘Feeding The Bear’ opens tonight, and runs through July 3rd in the company’s new home at The Abyss Theatre, 2304 N. Dixie Highway, Wilton Manors. Performances are Thursdays through Saturdays at 8pm, and Sundays at 5pm.  For tickets or more information, call 954-519-2533 or visit islandcitystage.org.

Club Fort Lauderdale presents Res-Erection, their monthly Naked Blackout Event starting at 10pm. This is always a sold out event so get their early!

Sunday, June 5

SAVE’s Champions of Equality Reception will be held from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. aboard the yacht, the “Lady Windridge.” Everyone who has tickets to the SAVE Champions of Equality Reception will need to go to Bayside Marina in downtown Miami, directly behind the Hard Rock Cafe, and find the “Lady Windridge” yacht. It will be docked for the first three hours of the event, with attendees being able to embark and disembark as they please, and then at 4 pm the yacht will set sail across Biscayne Bay and then back to port. The people recognized with the SAVE Champions of Equality Award are advocates for the community in the work they do each and every day. The honorees this year are Rev. Leo Frade, State Rep. Holly Raschein, Roxanne Vargas, and Dr. Hansel Tookes III. Tickets are available for purchase for only $150 if bought in advance. To do so, go to championsofequality.com.  For more information on SAVE, visit save.lgbt.

Flip Flops Dockside Eatery presents their monthly T Dance, the only T dance in Fort Lauderdale on the Intracoastal. The T Dance, which is from 4-7pm, is hosted by Amanda Austin with DJ Barry Huffine and this month’s special guests Noel Leon, Selena Jimenez and Dee Dee van Carter.