There’s still time to catch some Pride highlights this weekend

Miss out on the Pride Island presale? No sweat — Madonna isn’t the only one who can throw a party. Here’s where to let your rainbow flag fly all weekend.

Azealia Banks | Friday, 3 Dollar Bill

Before bringing her irresistible thumping raps to the main stage at this cavernous queer haunt in Brooklyn, Banks is hosting a cookout in the backyard. Delicious! Cookout at 7 p.m., show at 10 p.m. at 260 Meserole St., Bushwick. $40; 3DollarBillBK.com

Hot Rabbit’s Priday | Friday, Stage 48

Multiple bars, bands, tarot-card readings, free haircuts and food: This massive party promises something for everyone. There’ll be DJs aplenty, but keep an eye out for the Neon Coven, an electric-theater collective known for theatrics. 10 p.m. at 605 W. 48th St. From $40; HotRabbit.com

LadyLand Festival | Friday and Saturday, the Brooklyn Mirage

Pussy Riot will make a rare American appearance at this outdoor festival of queer performances. Expect newly crowned winner of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Yvie Oddly, to make a splash on Friday, while Gossip and Allie X command the dance floor on Saturday. 5 p.m. both days at 140 Stewart Ave., Williamsburg. From $75; LadyLandFestival.com

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Desilicious | Saturday, 5th&Mad

If you’re looking for a new scene to explore, consider this gay Bollywood extravaganza. Desi drag queens Manghoe Lassi and Tara Ryst turn the party. 10 p.m. at 7 E. 36th St. $20 (cash at the door); SholayEvents.com

Leslie Pride | Sunday, Concept

Women, trans folk and gender-nonconforming cuties are the stars at this party. Rising queer chanteuse Dizzy Fae, a Billboard Pride artist of the month, is headlining the all-female lineup. 9 p.m. at 50 Bowery. From $28

Utopia With Kygo | Sunday, Javits Center

It’s going to be an EDM fever dream at this concert, featuring Kygo, the Norwegian megaproducer and DJ, Cirque du Soleil and Kiiara. Beyond the lights, the net proceeds will benefit LGBT charities. 8 p.m. at 655 W. 34th St. From $99

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