By Rachel Cranshaw and Mark C. O’Flaherty
WorldPride month has come home to New York this June, culminating in a weekend of events to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.
There’s loads going on – and crowds are set to be huge – but to help you out, here are seven of the most eye-catching events, whether you want to see Madonna, get political, party, or take in some art. And if you can’t be there in person, you can follow all the action via @telegraphtravel on Instagram. Happy Pride.
Art After Stonewall
Until July 21, Leslie-Lohman Museum and the New York University Grey Art Gallery
This exhibition considers the impact of the LGBT+ civil rights movement on the art world, both celebrating famous and uncovering lesser-known artists’ work.