Must Attend Calendar: ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Stars, Al Sharpton and Sherry Lansing

Check out Variety’s Must Attend calendar listings.

June 15, Wednesday
A screening of “Bitterbrush” is followed by a Q&A with director Emelie Mahdavian and the documentary’s subjects, range riders Colie Moline and Hollyn Patterson.
Autry Museum of the American West, Los Angeles

Celebrity stylist Law Roach celebrates his collaboration with Hervé Léger.
Citizen News, Hollywood

June 16, Thursday
Willow Pill, Kornbread, Bosco, Angeria, Daya Betty, Lady Camden, Jasmine Kennedie and Kerri Colby toast “RuPaul’s Drag Race” with performances, prizes, food and drinks.
Rocco’s WeHo, West Hollywood

The Fabulous Yachtsmen perform at the Yacht Rock Party.
Bourbon Room, Hollywood

Steven Canals (“Pose”) and Jessica Darrow (“Encanto”) participate in the “Queer Pride in Hollywood” panel, hosted by Women of Color Unite and Chicana Director’s Initiative.
Holloway House, West Hollywood

June 18, Saturday
Sherry Lansing and Casey Wasserman chair MPTF’s 100 Years of Hollywood: A Celebration of Service gala. Marilyn and Jeffrey Katzenberg receive the Silver Medallion.
The Lot at Formosa, West Hollywood

PEG Records celebrates Pride Month with performances by Bob the Drag Queen, Manila Luzon and Trinity the Tuck.
Grammy Museum, Los Angeles

Cameron Mathison receives the Vanguard Award at the RIDE Foundation’s Dance to End Hunger gala benefiting No Kid Hungry.
City Market Social House, Los Angeles

The 2022 Tribeca Festival closes with the premiere of the Rev. Al Sharpton documentary “Loudmouth,” followed by a conversation with Sharpton, Spike Lee and John Legend.
BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, New York

Gay Men’s Chorus of LosAngeles presents a tribute to Queen.
Fairmont Century Plaza, Century City

June 20, Monday
Jeremy Allen White, Ebon Moss-Bachrach and Ayo Edebiri celebrate the premiere of their FX series “The Bear.”
Goya Studios, Hollywood

June 8, Wednesday
The Tribeca Festival opens with Jennifer Lopez’s Netflix documentary “Halftime.”
United Palace, New York

Ed Helms, Jana Schmieding, Michael Greyeyes, Dustin Milligan and Jesse Leigh walk the red carpet at the “Rutherford Falls” Season 2 premiere.
Rolling Greens, Los Angeles

Jeff Bridges, John Lithgow, Amy Brenneman, Alia Shawkat, E.J. Bonilla and Gbenga Akinnagbe attend the premiere of FX’s “The Old Man.”
Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, Los Angeles

Zendaya, Andrew Garfield, Jeremy Strong, Simu Liu, Quinta Brunson, Dwyane Wade, Michelle Yeoh and Taika Waititi attend the Time 100 Gala. Mary J. Blige and Miranda Lambert perform.
Frederick P. Rose Hall, New York

Chris Evans and Uzo Aduba attend the premiere of “Lightyear.”
El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood

June 9, Thursday
Naomi Grossman, Jared Goldstien, Alec Mapa and Mano Agapion attend the premiere of “Vanjie: 24 Hours of Love.”
World of Wonder, Hollywood

June 10, Friday
Gucci and adidas celebrate the launch of their collaboration. Music by Mazurbate.
Melrose Place, West Hollywood

June 11, Saturday
Amazon Freevee hosts a brunch to celebrate its new series “Hollywood Houselift With Jeff Lewis.”
Issima, Los Angeles

Charlize Theron hosts a screening of “Jurassic World Dominion” to benefit the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project. Menu is curated by celeb chefs Andrew Zimmern and Melissa King.
Universal Studios Backlot, Universal City

June 12, Saturday
Ariana DeBose hosts the 75th annual Tony Awards. Angela Lansbury receives the lifetime achievement award.
Radio City Music Hall, New York

Producer and director Eva Longoria attends the premiere of HBO Max’s “Gordita Chronicles” with stars Olivia Goncalves, Diana-Maria Riva, Juan Javier Cardenas, Savannah Nicole Ruiz, Noah Rico and Cosette Hauer.
Valentine DTLA, Los Angeles

June 13, Monday
Anna Chlumsky and Busy Philipps are among the guests at American Ballet Theatre’s June Gala.
David H. Koch Theater, New York


May 26, Thursday
Film at Lincoln Center presents a Q&A with first-time filmmaker Rebeca Huntt following a screening of her documentary “Beba.”
Francesca Beale Theater, New York 

May 27, Friday
DanceAfrica: Homegrown returns with a live celebration, along with an outdoor bazaar featuring more than 150 vendors offering African, Caribbean and African American food, crafts and fashion.
BAM, Brooklyn

David Harbour, Winona Ryder, Charlie Heaton, Natalia Dyer, Sadie Sink, Priah Ferguson, Noah Schnapp, Brett Gelman and Matt and Ross Duffer attend a Netflix FYSEE event for “Stranger Things.”
Raleigh Studios, Los Angeles

June 1, Wednesday
Adam Sandler walks the carpet at the premiere of his Netflix film “Hustle.”
Regency Village Theatre, Los Angeles

The touring production of the Tony-winning musical “Come From Away” opens. Runs through June 12.
Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival kicks off with a screening of the Isabel Castro-directed documentary “Mija.”
TCL Chinese Theatre, Hollywood

June 2, Thursday
Nicco Annan, Elarica Johnson, Brandee Evans, Shannon Thornton and Alphonse Nicholson attend the Season 2 premiere of “P-Valley” as does series creator and executive producer Katori Hall.
Avalon Hollywood


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