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Bisbee Gay Pride 2016

Tiny Bisbee may only have fewer than 6,000 residents, but this artsy enclave that became popular as a hippie hideaway in the 1960s and has remained diverse and gay-friendly since hosting one of the biggest Gay Pride festivals you’ll find. in such a small town. Bisbee Gay Pride takes place in mid-June, this year’s dates are June 17-19, 2016.

Note that Bisbee, also known as “Copper City,” is on the Mexican border in the southeastern corner of the state – it’s about a 90-minute drive from Tucson, a three-hour drive from Phoenix, and a 4.5-hour drive. drive from El Paso, Texas, and a 6.5 hour drive from Albuquerque.

The many events that make up Bisbee Gay Pride include a lingerie pub crawl, a burlesque show, a ‘miners and ladies street dance’ (can you tell they know how to have a good time in Bisbee?), A garden beer and a street fair. , a lingerie pub crawl, a psychic fair, a pool party and barbecue at the elegant and historic Copper Queen Hotel, a parade, a drag queen bingo, a dance, a pajama brunch and a GLBT special edition of the Old Bisbee Ghost Tour, which is a lot of fun any time you visit this historic mining town.

For details on the times and locations of all Pride events, see the Bisbee Gay Pride event calendar.

Bisbee Gay Resources

Although Bisbee doesn’t have specific gay bars, it does have several lounges and restaurants that are popular with the city’s many gay visitors – here’s our guide to gay-friendly Bisbee. Also check local gay newspapers like Echo Magazine and Ion Magazine (both Bisbee Pride sponsors) for details on the area’s gay scene, as well as the handy AZ Gay Pride Guide, GoGayArizona.com. The city’s official tourism organization, Discover Bisbee, operates this helpful travel site.

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