Tea is Being Served In Many Flavors This Summer In Provincetown

Ptown is spilling the tea on the dance floor, at the brewery and in the shops.
All throughout the summer there’s buzz around Provincetown about who’s spilling the Tea. Whether it’s on the dance floor, packed into a can or on your back when you’re not on the beach, Tea is being served in several flavors this season.

Tea Dance at the Boatslip (161 Commercial Street)

From now through Labor Day weekend the iconic Boatslip Resort is open for Tea Dance overlooking Provincetown Harbor daily from 4pm to 7pm. Complete with your favorite themes – and new ones, too – you better plan on packing an extra bag packed with your lewks for this summer!
  • Sunday: Wig Out! All are encouraged to wear their best weaves and sashay away.
  • Monday: I Love the 90s. Let your inner divas shine as the dance floor features vintage favorites from Madonna, Whitney, Amber, Deborah Cox & More!
  • Wednesday: Electric Dreams Tea. Serving up beats by DJ Chris Ewen, featuring all the best 1st Wave tunes from the 80s.
  • Thursday: Solid Gold Tea. The Disco Inferno is white hot so bring your grooviest looks to the dance floor.

Spilt Tea at the Provincetown Brewing Company (141 Bradford Street)

Provincetown Brewing Co. is serving up the essence of summer with their hard seltzer packed into a newly designed can. Featuring strawberry + hibiscus/rosehip tea from the Atlantic Spice Co., and adorned with the art of Christopher Spaulding, Spilt Tea is back for PBC’s fourth summer season in Provincetown.

Grab yourself a Spilt Tea on tap at Provincetown Brewing Company on Bradford Street, on the Ferry to / from Provincetown, or anywhere else fabulous canned beverages are available.

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Cute T-Shirts

Adam’s Nest (379a Commercial Street)

Founded by Adam Singer 2016, they  merchandise their store with items made by Queer artists and designers. Politically engaged, socially conscious, spiritually connected, a bit naughty, queer & visible. They have been called warm, inviting, and a bit naughty – and we would concur.
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Mate (349 Commercial Street)

Paul Nesbit, the founder of Mate, has created T-shirts, tank tops, and long-sleeve thermals emblazoned with Ptown-centric designs – landmarks from lighthouses to Spiritus, depictions of the hazardous Ptown bike culture, and the iconic Mate logo that is at once a friend, a partner, and a command – surround us in living-out-loud color. No matter who you are, if you love Ptown, you’ll love Mate.

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