|June is the Month of Pride Shows at Joe's Pub|
Joe's Pub is celebrating Gay Pride this month with a great lineup
June 14 at 9:30pm tickets $20
Bridget Everett hits the stage with a live band and a bottle of booze to sing all her favorite love songs and share the stories of the men that made her ... feel? From tender moments to prison sex, come get inside her.
June 15 at 7:00pm tickets $25
Featuring the best and brightest comedians, musicians and storytellers on the New York scene, You Oughta Know will pay wild tribute to the Canadian who changed your life when she burst onto the scene
June 18 at 7:00pm tickets $25
BLACK. is a celebration of BLACK. Colman Domingo curates an event starring African American men, whether its through song or in some words of humor or maybe some words of inspiration or more importantly some words that will illuminate BLACK.
June 19 at 11:00pm tickets $25 Singles; $30 Voyeur
In honor of Gay Pride Week, the June 19th show is a special NSA-GAY show, dedicated to the hot gays of the world, with new material and on-stage demonstrations designed for an adventurous gay audience
June 20 at 9:30pm tickets $20
Starsky + Cox are on this big blue marble to reveal the secret power and glory of that glittery circle in the sky we call The Zodiac. Cosmic jokesters, rocking the music of the spheres, they'll guide you around the astral wheel, unlocking its dozen houses, the doors to your sextra-sensory perceptions.
5 shows June 21-23, times vary tickets $25
The Losers Lounge is back with at Joe's Pub on June 21st, 22nd & 23rd, 2012 with all of the incredible songs, great performances, irreverent antics and special guests that you can only find at The Losers Lounge. For one weekend only, Only at Joe's Pub.
June 25 at 7:00pm tickets $20
Join Taylor Mac, musical director Alexander Horwitz, their band and special guest(s) as they premiere "Harry Jane" a jukebox musical made of popular music from the first decade of the 19th century (1800-1809).
June 25 at 9:30pm tickets $20
Broadway’s hottest voices perform the hits from Pump Up The Volume, the new rock musical based on the 1990 film starring Christian Slater about a pirate radio shock jock who shakes up a small town. Special guests join a kick-ass band for the NYC debut of this fierce and moving score by Jeff Thomson and Jeremy Desmon.
June 25 at 11:30pm tickets $15
Composer Billy Butler and his band The Monster Makers are back again at Joe’s Pub to celebrate their new EP from the Gay Bride of Frankenstein soundtrack. Special guest singers include Tony Award nominee Constantine Maroulis. Rachel Potter, currently starring as the Mistress in the Broadway revival of Evita