From: Thursday, June 13, 2024
To: Monday, June 17, 2024
Frolic Weekend Provincetown 2024
Frolic, Men of Color Weekend is presented by Men of Melanin Magic, creating exciting events for Queer people of colour and their allies held during PTown’s Juneteenth celebrations.
- Are you visiting for Frolic? Check out the Mercury Hotel, rated “Superb” with beautifully decorated rooms and an eclectic design.
- Frolic Provincetown Weekend runs over five days in June and features various daytime events and nighttime parties.
- Enjoy pool parties, social mixers, beach takeovers, special club nights, and other fun activities.
- The party celebrates queer people of colour and is open to all.
- Awaiting schedule for the 2024 edition – Use the following as a guide. Note Juneteenth 2024 falls on a Tuesday.
- Thursday – Frolic Provincetown Events kick off with a welcome drink at 7 pm at the Porchside Bar, followed by the Underwear Party.
- Friday – Enjoy a BBQ Social Mixer from 1 pm at The Shipwreck Lounge, followed by the Tea Dance takeover at 4 pm at the Boatslip Resort.
- Saturday – One of the busiest days of the Frolic weekend, including a pool party from 1 pm at the Crown and Anchor, the Tea Dance takeover at 5 pm at the Boatslip Resort and a Dance party at 10 pm at the Crown & Anchor.
- Sunday – Relax at a fun drag brunch at the Crown & Anchor and prepare for the Main party, The Frolic Provincetown Ball, at 10 pm at the Crown & Anchor.
- Monday – Frolic Provincetown takes over the Boy Beach from 11 pm until 4 am, where the sun shines, and the bodies glisten.
- Enjoy a beachfront stay at the Breakwater Hotel, rated “Fabulous” by guests with breakfast on the beach.
- Crown & Anchor – The venue includes a video bar, a piano bar and the town’s favourite leather bar. During the day, the giant pool and deck are places to see and be seen.
- Boatslip Resort – The Boat Slip Resort is an iconic, adults-only entertainment complex overlooking Cape Cod Bay among lively Commercial Street’s shops, cafes and art galleries.
- Shipwreck Lounge – Popular bar in The Brass Key a posh, adult-only guesthouse in 9 historic buildings (some dating to the 1790s).
- June 19th – Juneteenth – On this day in 1865, two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed, some 250,000 enslaved people in Galveston, Texas, did not know they had their freedom until Union soldiers came to the city and told them so. Juneteenth is the celebration of completing the 1863 proclamation freeing all enslaved peoples in the United States.
- Join a grand coalition of Black/African Americans, Indigenous Persons, People of Color, young leaders from the Provincetown IB School, allied community members, organizers, and leaders for a celebration of resilient honesty.
Recommended Hotels in Provincetown
Here are the hotels we recommend that have good reviews and keep you close to all the action
Gay Map of Provincetown
Provincetown itself has two main drags, Commercial Street and Bradford Street. P’town can be divided into three sections, the quiet and peaceful West End, the bustling downtown center, and the East End, which has a number of galleries and guesthouses.
Recommended Hotels in Provincetown By Booking
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We have chosen hotels in Provincetown that keep you close to all the shops, restaurants & bars
Anchor Inn Beach
4 Star, Luxury
This Provincetown property features rooms equipped with refrigerators and free Wi-Fi. The Pilgrim Monument and Park are within a 10-minute walk of the property. Rooms are uniquely decorated and with large windows and balconies at the Anchor Inn Beach House. The rooms have antique-style furnishings and white bedding.
4 Star, Readers Choice
The Beaconlight Guest House features rooms with an en suite bathroom, a flat-screen TV with DVD player, and a refrigerator. The rooms are furnished with bright colors and inviting décor, and offer plush bathrobes. Guests can relax in the on-site outdoor hot tub or enjoy the summertime flower gardens
Inn at Cook Street
4 Star, Great Value
Located in the heart of Provincetown’s art gallery district, the historic Inn at Cook Street was originally built in 1836. It features unique, individually decorated guest rooms & serves a daily hot breakfast. Each guest room is decorated with original local artwork & offers antique furnishings. A flat-screen TV & en suite bathroom
Hotel at Gabriel’s
4 Star, Location
located in the heart of Provincetown, Massachussets, boasts a large courtyard and gardens as well as free WiFi access. Every room at The Provincetown Hotel at Gabriel’s features a a cable TV. Many rooms have a fireplace. They are uniquely decorated in warm colours, plush bedding, and wood furnishings. Select rooms offer a balcony.