Atlanta Pride may be on hold, but that shouldn’t stop you from celebrating this Pride month.
The Atlanta Pride Committee have announced that they are planning to hold an in-person festival in the fall, replacing the usual festivities that happen during Pride Month in June.
Of course, that shouldn’t stop you from being loud and proud. There are so many LGBTQ+ venues back open and ready to celebrate throughout the month. However, Atlanta Pride and Georgia Aquarium have united to add this unique event to the Pride Month calendar.
OUT Night at Georgia Aquarium is exclusively for adults 21 and older. This will be one of the first Atlanta Pride in-person events in over a year. Guests are invited to enjoy extended hours at the aquarium for a toned down version of the aquarium’s evening cocktail experience.
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Explore their galleries in a more intimate, and adult setting. Getting up close and personal with sharks, whales, sea lions, and more! All this to the unique ambient sounds by DJ Seth Breezy and DJ Ree De La Vega.
There will be limited capacity to allow for safe social distancing, so make sure you get those tickets. Tickets will include three cocktails, and food will be available for additional purchases. Face coverings are required in the galleries but may be taken off to sip on your cocktails, or while eating food in their designated areas.
OUT Night at Georgia Aquarium will be taking place on June 25 at 7pm. Tickets cost $60 and the event is exclusively for over 21s.