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June 10, 2010
Wonderland! It's easily the most popular, most rockin' and best party during L.A.'s Gay Pride weekend. With 3,500 guys taking over the historic back lot of Paramount Studios in Hollywood and dancing into the wee hours, Wonderland shimmies with go-go dancers, fireworks, aerialists and, of course, lots of sweaty flesh. DJs Manny Lehman and Wayne G will also pump out the endless, sonic booms. VIP platforms are available, and come with various amenities, such as a private bar and a free subscription to Instinct magazine. Part of the proceeds from Wonderland benefit AIDS Project Los Angeles, so you'll be giving back while partying down.
Sat., June 12, 7 p.m.-3 a.m., 2010
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