Siren: Girl Pride NYC
This is it! Henrietta Hudson brings you the Event of the Year for gay gals and their LGBT friends.
The crowd at last year's bash!
Photo: Grace Chu
It is important not to forget that Pride is about political solidarity, and resistance to silencing LGBTQ voices.
But if we're not having the time of our lives—especially in NYC—being our authentic selves, surrounded by women who love women, then what are we fighting for? LGBTQ communities throw the best, most inclusive parties, and to sit around stewing in political angst all the time would be more counterproductive than beneficial.
So, this is our way of saying: IT'S PRIDE AND IT'S TIME TO PARTY.
DJ Whitney Day and another hottie fangirling hard; Photo: Grace Chu
If you're in NYC this June 24/25, then you are in for the most banging night of the year. Supported by yours truly at CurveMag, and by dapperQ, longlasting lesbian stalwart and everyone's favorite venue Henrietta Hudson will be hosting SIREN—the only open-air Pride Party of the Season, on a 15,000-square foot deck over the water at Watermark Bar with sweeping vistas of three NYC bridges. Be queer on the pier! (See, we've already come up with your Instagram caption for you!)
Last year, Henrietta Hudson's Pride Party was voted BEST PRIDE PARTY 2016 by GO Magazine, and this year is going to be even bigger and better. The night will be co-hosted by community figure Anna Hauptmann, Out With the Gay Girls, and @CRAZYMARIACHERRYLIPS.
Delicious food will be served until 4am for those of you who (like us) want to nibble no matter the hour. Bottles will cost more than $50 on the day than if you pre-purchase, so we recommend getting in soon! And if you do pre-purchase a bottle, you'll get access to an exclusive private chaise lounge!
Pricing is as follows:
$25 General Admission B4 | 5/31 | Offering 100 tkts @early bird rate
$30 General Admission After | 5/31
$40 VIP *Priority Entry + Private Restroom + Reserved Seating
Purchase your ticket here: siren2017.eventbrite.com
A portion of all proceeds will go to Planned Parenthood, to ensure that women continue to have access to the services that grant them bodily autonomy and reproductive choice.