Get out your LGBT weekend planner

If you're down in Sarasota Friday night, head to Throb Nightclub and show off your unique talent. Drag, male revue, comedy, singing and more are welcome at the venue's Sarasota's Got Talent competition. Arica Love hosts and Lady Liemont Ronny Barnett and special guests will judge the competition.


In addition to Flamingo Resort's normal Saturday fun, it's also "Leather Gear Service Night" on Jan. 19. If you have any leather in need of conditioning, drop it off starting at 7 p.m. and pick it up as good as new by midnight.


Barbarella in Ybor hosts the Gaybor Tea Dance on Sunday, Jan. 20 starting at 5 p.m. Enjoy $1 drinks from 5 to 6 p.m., no cover all evening, and music by DJ Kuhmeleon.


And Hamburger Mary's weekly Monday night drag queen bingo will benefit Metro Wellness and Community Centers. Play 10 games for $10.

  • Sarasota's MeteorEYES kicks off its winter tour at New World Brewery on Friday, Jan. 18.

If you're still looking to make weekend plans, there's plenty of LGBT events in the Tampa Bay area.

Ladies, do you love craft beer? Girl2Girl Productions hosts its first "Girls Love Beer" happy hour event at Cold Storage Craft Brewery in Seminole Heights on Friday, Jan. 18. A $5 cover will get you in the door plus one free beer of your choice. The event starts at 7 p.m.

Also on Friday, electro-pop-rock quintet MeteorEYES kicks off its Winter Migration Tour at New World Brewery in Ybor City. The group is led by Shannon Fortner-Hollender, founder of Sarasota's Harvey Milk Festival.

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