Golden light, balmy weather, community events & festivals, off-the-beaten-path explorations, and REDUCED RATES await folks who are open to exploring Provincetown past its intense summer apex. We find this is the time when folks truly fall in love with the space. Find out why the locals call September & October “Townie Summer,” and what events make this time in Provincetown the Cape’s best kept secret...
Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival – Sept 22-25
Mate’s Leather Weekend – Sept 29- Oct 3
The MLW schedule has been released! This sexy, leather-bound weekend brings together those in the fetish community who are looking to socialize and party with like-minded peers. The weekend’s fall dates were chosen specially cooling fall weather so you can comfortably enjoy all the sights of Provincetown in your leather, rubber, or uniform. Make sure to register now!
Washashore Music Festival – Oct 7-9
The Washashore Festival is poised to make an even bigger splash for Year 2 of the annual queer music event in Provincetown this Oct. 7-9, 2022. The only queer music festival of its kind, Washashore Festival 2022 will feature headliner performances by emerging pop superstar JORDY and the punk underground goddess CHRISTEENE and her Fukkn Band, plus emerging national acts and some of Provincetown’s most popular local talent.
ArtProvincetown – Oct 7-9
Also going into its second year over Indigenous People’s Weekend Oct 7-9, new arts festival ArtProvincetown boasts a Town Hall marketplace Oct 8/9 featuring local and national-artists, exhibitions, parties and more! To stay updated on their forthcoming schedule check out their website.