Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we are postponing Pride Fest, as well as associated events that were in the works, like a brunch and annual drag show.
We want to provide you with a quality experience, and it’s unlikely that we will be able to do that without moving the date back.
We WILL celebrate love, pride, and all things LGBTQ, we’re just not sure when. Please stay safe, take care of yourselves, and love each other.
The Board of West Shore Pride
Pride Fest is #MoreThanAParty
Sure, Pride Fest is a party. We sing, dance, and celebrate. But we also:
- Show that you can be out in our community and not face harm or harassment.
- Highlight LGBTQ+ performers and give a platform to business owners and organizations who support us.
- Honor the first large-scale public expression of pride, the Stonewall Riots, and the parade that followed the year after.
- Remember the LGBTQ+ people who have died from hate crimes, like the Orlando nightclub shooting victims, or committed suicide, like Leelah Alcorn.
Sure, Pride Fest is a party. But to us, it’s much more.