On Saturday, June 9th, wake up bright and early and take part in the annual GLCC Pride Ride. It's a great opportunity to trek across the island with hundreds of other proud cyclists of all ages.
When you've finished your morning exercise, head over to the KW Pride Street Fair. Bars, restaurants and shops between the 700 and 900 blocks of Duval Street show off their goods, set to beats offered by popular DJs including Nick Hatziantonio and Edwin Lucas.
If you're heading to Key West for the first time, you have to hop on the Gay KW Trolley Tour. It's a fabulous way to experience the city "with a gay twist." The tour lasts about an hour and includes stops at mainstream and gay historic spots, narrated by experienced guides.
After a day of biking, shopping and sightseeing, head over to the Waterfront Playhouse and enjoy "Fruit Fly," a one man show hosted by one of the most hilarious ‘mos in the business, Leslie Jordan. The show dives into Jordan's childhood memories, more recent adventures and asks the age-old question, "do gay men really become their mothers?"
Sunday evening it's all about the main event, the Key West Pride Parade. Revelers descend on Duval Street for an elaborate, colorful and flamboyant celebration. The parade begins at 5 pm and ends around 7 pm, followed by drunken, exuberant partying spilling over into the surrounding gay bars.