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2017 Twin Cities Pride Festival

June 24
10 a.m.-10 p.m.
June 25
10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Free
Festivals, Food and Drink, LGBTQ, Music

Twin Cities Pride is huge and expansive, with lots of happenings to enjoy. Do you love a great parade? They’ve got you covered (11 a.m. on Sunday). There are comedy showcases (such as Fortune Feimster and Tig Notaro on Thursday), live music, theater performances, documentary screenings, and sporting events (including a St. Paul Saints night). And then there’s the annual festival in Loring Park, the big ol’ LGBTQ meet-and-greet where you can connect with organizations, social groups, artists, and businesses all celebrating Pride. Now, some may wonder: Do we need a Pride Festival anymore? Hasn’t equality been achieved? Same-sex marriage is legal, right? There are still plenty of critical issues, including trans rights, the fight against bathroom bills, struggles against all kinds of discrimination, and terrifying persecution in countries around the globe. It’s more important than ever to come out and stand united against hate, but also to celebrate the strength and vibrancy of the community. For a full schedule of happenings and locations, visit www.tcpride.org.

PROMOTIONAL EVENT DESCRIPTION PRIDE in Concert

 

En Vogue with Brian Justin Crum, Luciana & Rebel Queens
Followed by Fireworks!
Tickets on sale now at: 

En Vogue with Brian Justin Crum, Luciana & Rebel Queens

Followed by Fireworks!

Tickets on sale now at: www.tcpride.org