Choose your dates:

  1. Tuesday, September 15, 2020

  2. Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Pride Month at 21c Oklahoma City

Cocktails, block parties and swag bags - celebrate Pride Month with the Purple Penguins!

There is plenty to celebrate when it comes to Pride Month and we’ve got something for everyone this year. Drink, play or stay and give back to our community while you do it with a portion of proceeds benefitting Freedom Oklahoma, a statewide political advocacy organization working to secure lived equality and legal protections for LGBTQ2S+ Oklahomans.

PARTY WITH US

‘It Takes A Village’ Pride Block Party

Wear your rainbow colors proud and party with the West Village Saturday, June 26th from 8am-10am. We’re teaming up with our fellow neighbors on Fred Jones Ave. to host the official kickoff to the OKC Pride Fest Parade with a street dance party + live music by Carte Blanche DJ. Enjoy to-go cocktails from Mary Eddy’s Kitchen x Lounge & The Jones Assembly, limited edition Pride tarts from Stitch Cafe, flower crowns from The Plant Shoppe, and more! The parade will immediately follow the dance party, kicking off at 10am on West Sheridan at North Shartel and will end at Scissortail Park.

RSVP HERE

In addition to the parade kickoff party, Mary Eddy’s Kitchen x Lounge will be serving brunch Saturday, June 26th and Sunday, June 27th from 10am-2pm. Reserve your table here.


STAY WITH US

Love is Love Package

Book a staycation or a weekend getaway with our Love is Love package and receive:

Available June 1-June 30, 2021.

>Book Now


EAT + DRINK WITH US

All That Glitters

Try this recipe at home or celebrate with us at Mary Eddy’s Kitchen x Lounge!

  • 1.5oz Coconut Rum
  • .5oz Vanilla Almond Milk
  • .5oz Aperol
  • .5oz Pineapple Juice
  • 1 tbsp. Plain Greek Yogurt

Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake for 15-20 seconds. Serve up in your favorite glass.

$1 from every cocktail sold will benefit Freedom Oklahoma for the month of June.

Brunch with Mary Eddy’s

Don’t forget, brunch at Mary Eddy’s is BACK! Join us every Sunday in the month of June, as well as Saturday, June 26th from 10am-2pm for booze, biscuits and more. Reserve your table here.


WATCH WITH US

deadCenter Film Festival Pride Party – 6.17.21

The event is open to the public and guests must RSVP by June 13 through the RSVP links below. We ask that everyone practice COVID precautions that work best for them individually. 

  • Pride Happy Hour: 6-8pm

Join us for a Pride Happy Hour at 21c! The event will give participants time to mingle, enjoy a cash bar, and complimentary snacks. The screening of No Ordinary Man will start at 8:00 p.m. RSVP HERE!

  • 21c Pride Screening of No Ordinary Man: 8-10pm

No Ordinary Man is an in-depth look at the life of musician and trans culture icon Billy Tipton. Complicated, beautiful and historically unrivaled, this groundbreaking film shows what is possible when a community collaborates to honor the legacy of an unlikely hero. RSVP HERE!

Pride Film Screening and Q&A – 6.22.21

Join 21c and Oklahoma Film Society for a special Pride month event; a screening of Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy’s Revenge followed by a Q&A cocktail hour with Oklahoma City Councilman James Cooper, who selected the film for this program.

Limited seating available. For more info, click hereReserve your spot by emailing mslavid@21chotels.com 
Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy’s Revenge is an “exceptionally queer” movie, according to Film Studies scholar Harry Benshoff’s book, Monsters in the Closet: Homosexuality and the Horror Film. In the film, teenage Jesse (Mark Patton) moves to Elm Street, specifically the same house where child murderer Freddy Krueger stalked the dreams of the original movie’s heroine (Tulsa native Heather Langenkamp). This time, Freddy attempts to possess Jesse and force him to continue Freddy’s reign of terror.
Describing Freddy’s Revenge as exercise in subtext and allegory, Benshoff writes, “Homosexuality is invariably linked within these films with the monstrous and, since there are so few ‘normal’ homosexuals on screen in any of these horror films, by default, the image of the monster queer becomes the image of homosexuality that moviegoers regularly encounter and come to know.” Now’s your chance, OKC, to see how Nightmare 2 gained its reputation as Buzzfeed’s “gayest horror movie ever made.”

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