Pride is amazing, but Provincetown is just getting into high gear, with a great roster of events for the rest of June.

Provincetown International Film Festival, June 12-16

The Provincetown Film Festival is a non-profit arts organization dedicated to showcasing new achievements in independent film and honoring the work of emerging and acclaimed directors, producers, and actors. It is Provincetown’s premier cultural event, attracting 10,000 plus filmgoers, movie buffs, and arts patrons throughout the five-day festival. Now in its 26th year, this 5-day festival showcases over 80 American and international independent narratives, documentaries, animated features and shorts, panel discussions, and special events.

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Entering Provincetown. Courtesy Provincetown Tourism

Frolic: Men of Color Weekend, June 13-17

Frolic Weekend (also known as Men of Color Weekend) is an annual event held every Juneteenth weekend. The goal is to connect and find queer joy in the community through events ranging from pool parties, social mixers, beach takeovers, special club nights, and other fun activities.

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Provincetown Dock

Juneteenth, June 14-21

Join a coalition of Black/African Americans, Indigenous Persons, People of Color, young leaders from the Provincetown IB School, allied community members, organizers, and leaders to mark Juneteenth in Provincetown with a community celebration and cookout.

Great Music on Sundays @5

June 23- September 15

Provincetown’s longest-running concert series, Great Music on Sundays @5, has Been running since 1999. More than 350 concerts presented by more than 150 performers have provided music without borders for thousands of concertgoers and lovers of great music. Concerts include classical, Broadway, international, piano, choral, and organ music.

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Portuguese Festival

Provincetown Portuguese Festival, June 28-30

The Provincetown Portuguese Festival celebrates Portuguese culture and heritage in Provincetown. There will be music, dancing, and food, while events include the Blessing of the Fleet, fostering a connection between Provincetown’s history and the present-day fishermen.