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” Guerilla Gayfare is a bunch of queers and allies who take over a bar that’s usually full of heteros one Friday a month.Each takeover attendees wear the same colour or adhere to a dress code such as floral and short shorts.Both the Parade and the crowds get bigger every year and the gaiety continues at the community fair and concert held at the Garrison Grounds immediately following the Parade.Wet Spot Continuing the tradition of hilariously named queer women’s parties, Wet Spot is a mostly gay lady and friends party that held outdoors on the Garrison Grounds, at the foot of Citadel Hill on the last (Saturday) night of Pride.
You will inevitably leave this party asking yourself “where did all of those lesbians come from?
There’s a joke in Halifax that there are two-and-a-half gay bars in the city; the Company House is the half, and it’s where you’ll find your lesbians.
The Company House is technically a live music venue and is a great place to catch intimate music, comedy or poetry show (featuring a slew of queer women performers).
Put on your high waisted denim cuts offs and plaid and bike (essential North End accessory) down to Gus’s for copious amounts of beer, punk shows and It Felt Like a Kiss (monthly dance party featuring “motown, doowop, sweet sweet soul” and plenty-o-queers).
Company House Retro Night The Company House retro night is not a retro night in the wear-leg-warmers-and-matching-sweat-band-to-the-bar sense; it’s really just an excuse to belt out “I just wanna feel the heat with some body” in a room full of sweaty homos.
I grew up a short ferry ride across the harbour from Halifax, in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia (Halifax’s much maligned, but awesome little sister) and moved out east again four years ago.