Celebrate Diversity At The Phoenix Pride Festival This Weekend

Emma Colosia Emma Colosia

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The Phoenix Pride Festival will take place November 6 and 7 at the Steele Indian School Park.

You’ve got a date this weekend at the Phoenix Pride Festival. The event, normally held in April or June, was pushed back this year due to COVID-19 concerns. Luckily, we’ll still be able to celebrate and this year’s activities are very exciting.

Phoenix Pride Festival

The Pride Festival will be a two-day celebration as usual. There will be 150 entertainment performances on six stages and over 300 exhibitors showcasing a huge variety of food and shopping options. Craft cocktails will also be available!

The headliners for this year’s festival are:
Neon Trees – Saturday 7:45 pm

Mya – Saturday 7:00pm

Jenn Cuneta – Saturday 4:00pm

Jody Watley – Sunday 8:00pm

Deborah Cox – Sunday 7:00pm

And other artists including Maribel Guardia, Los Horóscopos de Durango, Fedro, La Sonora Tropicana and Jessica Wild.
Tickets for the festival can be bought on their official website.


Phoenix Pride Parade

The Pride Parade will happen this Saturday, and it features over 2000 individual participants with decorated vehicles, colorful floats, and thousands of walkers. Have fun walking with everyone along the 3rd Street Route from Thomas to Indian School.

Phoenix Pride Festival
When: November 6, 7
Where: Steele Indian School Park
Hours: 12:00pm-9:00pm

Phoenix Pride Parade
When: November 6
Where: Begins at 3rd St and Thomas
Ends at 3rd St and Indian School
Hours: Starts at 10:00 am



Featured image by Bret Kananaugh from Unsplash.


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