Saturday 09.20


DJ Patrick Kuzara spinning Pride weekend

Adore Delano may be the featured entertainment at the Red Party Friday, but she’ll be join at the event by New York DJ Patrick Kuzara. If you aren’t able to catch him there, however, there’s another chance to see him spin. Kuzara joins DJ Casey Alva at the Dick’s After Dark Party: Pride Edition at BJ’s on Saturday. That follows Dick’s second annual Pride Pool Party at Salt earlier in the event. Basically, there’s a lot of Patrick in Dallas this weekend … and a lot of Dick’s.

Dick’s Get Wet Pride Pool Party, Salt
3121 Ross Ave. With Casey Alva and Charlie Phresh. Noon–6 p.m. $10–$20.
Dick’s After Dark, BJ’s NXS!
2315 Fitzhugh Ave. Casey Alva and Patrick Kuzara. 9 p.m.–2 a.m.
No cover for men.

Friday 09.19


Drag Racer Adore Delano headlines Red Party

If you read our interview with Adore Delano in last week’s edition, you know to expect the unexpected with her live show, which she brings to Pride Weekend at the sixth annual Red Party, which benefits Legacy Counseling Center. In addition to doing something nice for the charity and seeing the Drag Racer in person, DJ Patrick Kuzara will spin.

The Globe, 525 Riverfront Blvd.
9–11 p.m.

Monday 09.22


Gay Softball World Series opens

It’s been a decade since the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Association — NAGAAA — last chose Dallas to host its World Series for gay softball players, but it’s finally back in a town known for its love of sports. The six days of events kick off with play on Monday, and teams continue to vie for the title through Saturday, but in between there’s tons of activities for athletes and just those wanting to hang out with them, from drag shows to talent competitions to a trip to see the Texas Rangers. And it all starts with opening ceremonies at Annette Strauss Artists Square on Monday with host Dale Hansen. Play ball!

Opening ceremonies at Strauss Square
2403 Flora St. 5:30–9:30 p.m.
For a complete listing of games, locations and activities, visit

This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition September 19, 2014.