The Stars Shine Bright in Provincetown’s July Entertainment Lineup!

The Summer Cabaret Scene gets bigger and brighter year after year. Among the talented performers in town for the cabaret this July are Lucie Arnaz (July 23) and Seth Sikes(July 24). In addition to the cabaret, there are several extended runs to round out the summer lineup. This exciting array of talent includes drag legend Thirsty Burlington, fan favorite Dina Martina, the Star Boys: A Sci-Fi Burlesque Show, comedian James Judd and BenDeLaCreme from RuPaul’s Drag Race, whose five-week run began July 6th.

For even more shows, concerts, and comedy, this summer’s comedy lineup includes Miss Richfield 1981’s “Born Again” (Saturdays through September 15), Poppy’s Poppin’ N Rockin’ Comedy Show (July 18 – 20), and The Joan Rivers Tribute Show “The Bitch is Back!”(July 23 – August 1).

For a night of music, don’t miss the The Voice’s Esera Tualo (through September 2) and Speakeasy Night with Zoe Lewis and the Bootleggers (July 17). Then, tying comedy and song together is the powerhouse Sandra Bernhard in “Sandemonium” (July 23 & 24).

If you’re in the mood to immerse yourself in a theatrical experience, you can catch the moving production of Terrence McNally’s Love! Valour! Compassion! (July 16 – August 30). The story follows the trials and tribulations of an intergenerational group of gay men over the course of a summer. Winner of the Tony Award for best play in 1995, this story of love and friendship is a must-see for Provincetown theatergoers.

Each summer, Provincetown’s entertainment scene shines bright with Broadway stars, musical legends, and comedy favorites. With every night packed with not-to-be-missed shows, this July is sure to be one to remember. Don’t miss out on the exciting entertainment summer series Provincetown has to offer!

About Provincetown

Provincetown, Massachusetts is a true melting pot. Located on the tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown boasts beautiful beaches, top-rated restaurants, art galleries and charming shops. A top LGBTQ destination, this open-minded community celebrates individuality and freedom of expression. Provincetown has a rich creative history and is home to one the oldest continuous art colonies in the country. The diverse population of artists, sailors, fisherman, authors, and more, makes Provincetown unique. From Carnival in August to Women’s Week in October and First Light at year’s end, Provincetown is thriving 365 days of the year.