Come wave your “Freak Flag High” at the 40th Anniversary of PRIDE Las Vegas. As every party needs a theme, this year is reserved as the spicy “Red & Wild.” Everyone of all ages is invited and welcomed with open arms. Come support your LGBTQIA+ family and friends as showing up is half of the battle. The other half? Having the most fun being yourself! Vegas is coined as the Entertainment Capital of The World, so you know this won’t be any typical sequence party with green tea shots.
Our Southern Nevada night parade will feature over 75+ local businesses all in support of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer neighbors. Engage in early Downtown Las Vegas fun with the parade pre-show at 6 p.m. a with the parade officially starting at 7 p.m. on corner of 4th Street and Bridger Avenue.
The parade is hosted by entertainer and drag queens, Andrew Ryan and Norma Llyaman. Come strut your stuff with confidence, knowing your surrounded by love and acceptance. One day of partying isn’t enough. Our ruby celebration will be a two-day spectacle with the PRIDE Festival happening on October 7 at Craig Ranch Regional Park. Pride Las Vegas is a family-friendly and PG rated event until 7 p.m. Parents, this is your warning now, anything after 7 p.m. is not for children’s eyes to see.
Walk through unique vendor booths, pose in front of photo installations and chow on tasty plates from local food trucks that transform the peaceful Craig Ranch Park into a rainbow get-together. The festival is open from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. So plan your night accordingly for the amazing drag and musical entertainers. The extraordinary entertainment includes: Crystal Waters, Biqtch Puddin’, Babiboi and Rupaul’s Drag Race Season 13 runner up and hometown queen, Anetra!
For those that are more into worldly fascinations, stop by the 18+ “Proud & Kinky” area. PRIDE Las Vegas is all about uplifting our local community while providing resources, fun and a safe environment.