We’re Florida’s very 1st LGBTQ+ Arts Organization.
Our voices and yours are still very much needed.
All we are singing is give “Peace on Earth” a chance…
Looking for a thoughtful & uplifting way to enjoy the Holiday Season early this year? Then bring your friends & family and join us for “Peace On Earth” our gay men’s chorus holiday show on Saturday, December 3rd, 2022.
We’re one of the longest-running holiday concerts in South Florida and for over 35 years we have welcomed straight & gay, lesbian & bisexual, transgendered, queer, intersex, and all LGBTQ allies to experience our gay Fort Lauderdale Christmas pageantry, happy Holiday revelry, and joyful fun in a safe space for all.
Our talented gay guys will sing out their warm wishes of peace & unity for our world, for your world & for the whole world. Sing along with us. Our intermission has a great gay bar and you’ll probably find yourself socializing & becoming part of our diverse family. Please bring friends & family along; all are welcome.
Tuesday, December 20, 2022 @ Drynk Bar, Wilton Manors
Dr. Gary Keating started the first gay performing arts organization Florida in 1986. He is retiring Dec 31, 2022 and we are celebrating his music legacy in our community.
Join us at Drynk on Dec 20th for a FUNdraiser to honor Gary and give back to him. We will have appetizers provided by The Pub, Silent Auction with beautiful items to bid on, 50/50 Drawing and fabulous Drynk cocktails available at Happy Hour prices all evening.
We have been thrilled to work with our founder, Dr. Gary Keating
This year we celebrated our 35th Year of Serving & ‘Singing Gay’ in the Broward County, South Florida community
Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is a ‘#FanGirl‘
Thanks to her and to you for being part of our extended family. You are truly Why We Sing!
Thanks also to our friends, chosen families and again to special guests Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Mayor Dean Trantalis and Deborah Kerr for making it an inspiring 35th Anniversary.
Help The Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus continue to thrive as the State of Florida’s first LGBTQ performing arts organization
[Click the images of each speaker to see videos of their presentations and to see more of our 35th Anniversary Why We Sing Show.]