Gay City promotes wellness in LGBTQ communities by providing health services, connecting people to resources, fostering arts, and building community. Gay City is the leading provider of HIV and STI testing in King County.


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Lush Us: Gay City Arts Showcase

featuring special guest performer Mary Lambert

Saturday, Feb 6 / 7pm
Town Hall Seattle / 1119 8th Ave
General Admission: $25 / VIP: $95

Online ticket sales have ended, but there will be tickets available at the door starting at 6pm.

Gay City is proud to present Lush Us: Gay City Arts Showcase, featuring performances from artists in Gay City Arts Season 3: Queer Revolution and special guest Mary Lambert. Whether you’re long time Gay City Arts fan, or are experiencing it for the first time, be prepared to be challenged, be moved, and be inspired, all while helping to support our vital and growing Queer Arts program.

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Questions About The Affordable Care Act? Gay City Wants To Help.

The open enrollment period for the Washington Healthplanfinder (Exchange) is Nov. 1, 2015 to Jan. 31, 2016. This is the time when you can sign up for a new plan, or make a change to an existing plan. Those with a qualifying life event, or those who qualify for Medicaid coverage (Apple Health) can access the Exchange at any time.

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Gay City Arts presents 2155: An Exploration of Afrofuturism in Performance Art

Feb 11-13 & 18-20 / 7pm / Feb 14 & 21 / 4pm
Talk-back Sessions will follow the Sunday Matinee Shows
Gen Adm: $15 / Sponsor: $20* / Students & Seniors: $12

Gay City Arts presents 2155: An Exploration of Afrofuturism. 2155 will explore Art through Afrofuturism. Burlesque, literary arts, and music will amalgamate into one sci-fi dream of a production. You can expect to see performers such as: Boom Boom L'Roux, Lulu Carpenter, The Lady B, Natasha Marin, Dani Tirrell, Invincible Body, and many, many more.

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End AIDS Washington

With new advancements in HIV detection, prevention, and treatment, we’ve reached an important new moment in the fight against HIV. Getting insured, getting tested, getting PrEP, and getting treatment are great ways to help stop the spread of HIV. Together, we can end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Washington.

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