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    Classical Music

    Inversion: Stigma: Songs of the Forgotten

    Here's a powerful Pride concert from the Inversion ensemble, exploring the past, present, and future of the LGBTQIA+ experience. This virtually streamed show features the world premiere of Steven Sérpa's oratorio, james (book of ruth). With a libretto by Zac Kline, this allegory of the late 20th century HIV/AIDS epidemic emphasizes themes of love, loss, and forgiveness still relevant today.
    Fri., June 25, 7pm. $15-25.  
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      Arts & Culture

      “Silk Road” Pride Mural Unveiling

      Join queer-owned businesses Scissor Sisters Hair Show and Side Kitsch Vintage for the big reveal of their new mural specially commissioned in celebration of Pride Month. Plus, toast complimentary champagne to Scissor Sisters’ and Side Kitsch Vintage’s inductions into the Austin LGBT Chamber of Commerce, and don’t miss a post-unveiling drag show featuring performances by Bulimianne Rhapsody, Summer Clearance, Papi Churro, Brigitte Bandit, Prance Albert, and Nadja Foxx!
      Fri., June 25, 4pm. Free.  
      Scissor Sisters Hair Show, 6535 N. Lamar
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      Arts & Culture

      BookWoman Presents: A Reading Celebrating Recent Awards By LGBTQ Writers

      KB Brookins, David Meischen, and ire'ne lara silva share their selected works. Hosted by Cindy Huyser.
      Fri., June 25, 7-8:30pm. Free (registration required).  
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      Frida Friday ATX

      The Frida Friday babes close out Pride Month with a happy hour market, drag queen lotería with Tatiana Cholula, and DJ Kick It. Also: Kind Clinic will provide on-site testing from 7-10pm.
      Fri., June 25, 6-10pm. Free entry.  
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      Pride Online 2021

      Rise Market, a queer digital marketplace and community platform, brings the Pride vibes online all summer long. Tune in for film series, showcases, and performances from Austin’s and L.A.’s LGBTQmmunities.
      Through Aug. 1.. Free.  
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      Arts & Culture

      Proud Voices

      Thee Gay Agenda and Embrace Austin host this one-of-a-kind interactive queer audio fest in celebration of Pride. Leave a rainbow trail at eight queer-owned and/or queer-friendly small businesses where you’ll discover a QR code to stream a song, poem, or auditory piece from a local queer artist.
      June 1-30. $5.  
      Multiple locations

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