Boston Pride Youth Dance 2014
A NIGHT IN PARADISE! With Alex Newell and Joslyn Fox!
Saturday, June 14
6pm – 10pm
Location: Boston City Hall
Presale Tickets Only: $10 Click Here to buy Tickets
At the Door: $15
Right after the Boston Pride Festival, come join us for Boston Pride’s UNDER 23 DANCE PARTY with DJ Brain Derrick from Club Café!
Dance, Mingle and Celebrate.
Chaperones Needed! Click here to sign to volunteer
A message from TD Bank
Tickets Admission Policy
- Tickets for our events are $15 and can be purchased in cash at the door.
- Jump The Line Before Nine: $10. Buy your Presale Tickets Online Only!
- Arrive after 9PM get in line. If you have pre-purchased tickets but arrive after 9pm you will have to get into line with everyone else. We will still honor your ticket (you won’t have to pay again) but if you don’t get in before we hit capacity we will NOT refund your ticket.
Coat Check Policy
All youth are required to check all coats and small bags at Boston Pride’s free coat check. Water is provided free at dances, so any bottles need to either be checked or thrown out before entering the dance. Once items are checked, youth may only retrieve their belongings when leaving for the night, and are not allowed to get items and return items to the coat check.
- Important: No suitcases/large bags! We will not accept suitcases or large bags at our coat check. Do not bring them!
Attending with a community based group or GSA?
Any adult chaperones attending with the group need to contact us at least 1 week prior to the event. Adults are ONLY allowed into dances as chaperones once they have been approved before the dance.
Boston Pride’s dances are free of drugs, alcohol, violence, weapons, pressure, sex and harassment. If we think that you are under the influence, if you are found to have snuck in drugs, alcohol, and/or weapons, or if you are found engaging in sex, violence or harassment you will be escorted out of the event – no debate, no refund!
Boston Pride reserves the right to refuse admission to any person believed to be a threat to the overall safety or enjoyment of our event.
Pictures from Boston Pride’s Valentine’s Dance Party