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Edited by Brittany Martin timeout.com/los-angeles/lgbt @britt_m THE LGBT


BEST EVENTS IN L.A. THIS SEASON


Q at Highland Park Bowl If mildly competitive sports are


your jam, then the freshly minted (and lavishly restored) Highland Park Bowl is the place for you and yours. Roll into this night, presented by Quintessential Queer, for the DJ sets, then stick around for the festive Prohibition-style setting. Check out Quintessential Queer’s social media pages for regular updates on Q events. à Highland Park Bowl, 5621 N Figueroa St (323-257-2695, facebook.com/ quintessentialqueer). Wed at 8pm; free.


TransNation Festival


Queen USA In the grand pageant tradition, this night of glamour offers awards, music and a fabulous celebration of transgender


Greater Palm Springs


Peaches for me


After 15 years, political pop provocateur Peaches still surprises.


PEACHES HAS ALWAYS confronted questions of gender and sexuality in a provocative and delightfully outrageous way, making the uptight uncomfortable with her slyly confrontational style. For her 2015 album, Rub, she created some of the most personal work of her career—drawing in part from the pain of breaking up with her longtime partner—while still being proudly, unapologetically Peaches. This year, she turned those songs over to 13 other musicians (coincidentally, all female) to reinterpret them and create Rub Remixed. Peaches brings her elaborate costumes, stage spectacle and maybe even a few friends (L.A. resident Kim Gordon is among her collaborators) to the Wiltern this fall. ■ Brittany Martin à The Wiltern, 3790 Wilshire Blvd (213-388-1400, wiltern .com). Oct 7 at 7pm; $25.


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Pride 2016 Hightail it to the desert for a November party getaway. The streets of Palm Springs are more colorful than usual for this annual Pride festival complete with a parade, endless sunshine and a bevy of bars along the main drag. à Palm Canyon Dr from Amado Rd to Baristo Rd and Arenas Rd from Belardo Rd to Calle Encilia, Palm Springs, CA (760- 416-8711, pspride .org). Nov 4–6; free.


beauty, culture and identity. For the first time, the competition is national, with pageant contestants from all 50 states. à Theatre at the Ace Hotel, 929 S Broadway (213-623-3233, transnationfestival.org). Oct 22 at 8pm; $25–$125.


TransNation Film Festival This inaugural TransNation film


fete is a two-day affair curated by Zackary Drucker, who is known for projects including This is Me, Transparent and I Am Cait. All the films shown at this invitational fest are trans-created or themed. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit St. John’s Well Child and Family Center and its transgender health programs. à The Cinefamily, 611 N Fairfax Ave, West Hollywood (323-655-2510, transnationfestival.org). Oct 22, 23; $12–$50.


Fred and Jason’s 11th


Annual Halloweenie Taking over the California Science Center for a no-holds- barred night of Halloween fun, this “Halloweenie” party features costumed carousing, an open bar and a dance floor just beneath the space shuttle Endeavour. A portion of your ticket price will go to benefit the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles. à California Science Center, 700 Exposition Park Dr (323-724-3623, halloweeniela.com). Oct 28 at 9pm; $120–$180.


Queen Kong’s Big Gay


new Year’s Eve ball The very best and boldest of DTLA’s queer scene are sure to pack Precinct to the brim to welcome in 2017, with a host of DJs, special guests, dancing— and don’t forget the promised “champagne facials.” à Precinct, 257 S Broadway (213-746-4287, precinctdtla.com). Dec 31 at 8pm; $5.


FIND MORE ONLINE


TIMEOUT.COM/ lOS-AngElES/lgbT


October–December 2016 Time Out Los Angeles


PHOTOGRAPHS (FROM TOP): COURTESY PEACHES/A CENNO; COURTESY GREATER PALM SPRINGS PRIDE/BRUCE HOWELL


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