From: Sunday, October 15, 2023
To: Sunday, October 15, 2023
Medusa Pride Tea Dance Atlanta 2023
Nothing says Pride like an afternoon Tea Dance in Atlanta and the Medusa Pride Tea Dance is one of highlights of the Pride Weekend.
- Hotels close to Piedmont park are busy year-round, especially for this event as it attracts visitors from well beyond Atlanta, so book early.
- Sunday Oct. 15th – With Guest DJ Adham.
- Join hundreds of guys from Atlanta and around the world as the post-parade party continues at the Medusa Pride Tea Dance.
- The party kicks off at 2pm and continues until 9pm in the evening, just before your next disco nap.
- Medusa Tea Dance takes place at Piedmont Garden Tent @ Park Tavern, 500 10th ST NE, Atlanta, GA 30309.
- It is the perfect location, at the end of the Atlanta Pride Parade.
- Stay close to the party at Lowes Atlanta Hotel, rated “Excellent” by guests, with beautifully designed rooms offering sweeping city views and an excellent location.
- The Party takes place at the Piedmont Garden Tent but don’t let the name fool your! It is the City’s Premier Outdoor Event Venue, complete with soaring ceilings with white silk lining, crystal & gold chandeliers, and built-in air-conditioning. This is not your typical outdoor setting and it comes complete with its own private meadow.
- This event takes place during the annual Atlanta Pride festivities, held each year in early October.
Where to stay in Atlanta?
- Often considered the heart of Atlanta’s LGBTQ+ community, Midtown is a lively and diverse neighborhood with a prominent gay presence.
- The neighbourhood features a mix of residential areas, trendy restaurants, bars, and clubs that cater to the LGBTQ+ crowd.
- The Atlanta Pride Festival and Parade, one of the largest pride events in the Southeast, takes place in Midtown.
The following hotels are close to the city’s top attractions and a short ride to the party:
Map of Gay Atlanta
The Atlanta gay population lives, works and plays all over the city and even into the suburbs. Midtown has several of the city’s most popular gay bars like Blake’s, Burkhart’s Pub, Bulldogs and Swinging Richards. The Atlanta LBGT populace is also partially responsible for the resurgence of Grant Park in the 1980s. The historic neighborhood was falling into ruins when members of the community started scooping up properties, renovating and restoring them to their original glory. This fever pitch trickled over into the neighborhoods of East Atlanta, Ormewood Park and the Old Fourth Ward. These are all eclectic, funky and tolerant neighborhoods, like most of Atlanta.
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The Glenn Hotel
3 Star, Great Location
Features include an on-site restaurant and spacious rooms with an iPod docking station. The Glenn Hotel is host to the Rooftop Sky Lounge, providing spectacular views of the city skyline and a variety of cocktails. Modern American cuisine is served daily at Glenn’s Kitchen.
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