The annual Pride parade is one of Palm Springs’ most well-attended events. It started with humble beginnings in 1992 and now stretches from Demuth Park down Palm Canyon Drive to the gay village.
Run or walk this 3.1-mile course through Old Las Palmas, the neighborhood once home to celebrities such as Liberace and Kirk Douglas. Online registration is $35 before November 3; same day registration is $40.
Theme: “Say Gay”
Greater Palm Springs Pride became a 501(c)(3). The Parade and Festival moved to Memorial Day weekend. The City passed a resolution supporting the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
Sip, sashay and celebrate in this unique two-day event that showcases the heart of our “gayborhood” Arenas District with open-air events featuring a variety of food and beverages. Read also : Purple Room Offers Special Vibe for Oasis Music Festival Attendees. A free event presented by KGAY 106.5.
Theme: “Family Friendly”
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Greater Palm Springs Pride honors its Grand Marshals in the parade on November 6. These community leaders are recognized for their dedication to advancing equality and diversity.
Greater Palm Springs Pride is the city’s largest LGBTQ community event, with a parade and multi-day festival. Read also : Palm Springs: A Vibrant Oasis of LGBTQ+ Culture and Community. It is a 501(c)(3) organization that works to promote the Coachella Valley and celebrate diversity in its various forms.
The annual Pride celebration brings in millions of dollars for the local economy, with attendees spending money at their favorite bars and restaurants. Thousands of participants gather along Palm Canyon Drive and Arenas Road for the Pride Parade.
Theme: “Gay Friendly”
Despite the growing anti-LGBT sentiment in the country, Palm Springs Pride remains “gay friendly,” according to organizers. The Arenas District, a pedestrian-only social center of LGBTQ-friendly bars, restaurants and shopping, returns. Also new to the festival is the Queer Works TransPower Lounge, a safe and affirming space within the event.
The colorful parade begins in the Uptown Design District at Tachevah and Palm Canyon Drive and travels south through downtown to the entrance of the festival.
Greater Palm Springs Pride is a three-day festival with a parade and a vendor marketplace. It promotes the history, future, and prosperity of Palm Springs’ LGBTQ community.
This year, Greater Palm Springs Pride’s grand marshals are a transgender activist, an Air Force veteran and community leader, and PFLAG. These men and women “live their lives lifting others,” deHarte says. They will be recognized at the Pride Parade on Nov. 5.
Palm Springs Pride’s mission is to celebrate the LGBTQ community and raise awareness about human rights issues. This year, the festival is focusing on addressing growing national anti-gay sentiment.
Todrick Hall, Pussy Riot, Tanzer and more will headline the Festival on Saturday, Nov. 5. This two-day event features food vendors, exhibitors and nonprofit organizations. This family-friendly event also includes a kids zone with arts and crafts, snacks, cool drinks, a nap area and diaper-changing station.
Greater Palm Springs Pride has chosen four grand marshals for its annual “Say Gay” themed parade on Sunday. These individuals stand out for their accomplishments and for living a life lifting others up.
Greater Palm Springs Pride is a non-profit that encourages the history and future of the LGBTQ community. The organization has a vast collection of artifacts that help highlight the desert’s LGBTQ heritage.
Palm Springs Pride celebrates the diversity of LGBTQ culture with a parade and festival. Come and enjoy the fun along world-famous Palm Canyon Drive in downtown Palm Springs.
The 2022 Greater Palm Springs Pride Honors Awards were presented at the Greater Palm Springs Pride celebration Sunday. The five awards honored individuals for their work advancing equality and diversity.
Pussy Riot is a global feminist protest art movement that stands for gender fluidity, inclusion, matriarchy, love, and laughter. The group’s performance at the festival is not to be missed!
Greater Palm Springs Pride presents an action-packed weekend of fun and festivities with a parade, festival, and more. This year’s event includes a new Recovery Oasis, and the DAP Health Wellness Pavilion.
This year’s theme is “Drag Now. Drag Forever.” Greater Palm Springs Pride works to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive. The organization supports the most marginalized and advocates for equality.
Palm Springs Pride is a free event featuring a parade and festival. The festival includes community groups, food and drink vendors, and 200 back-to-back exhibitors. New features include the Recovery Oasis and DAP Health Wellness Pavilion.
The parade featured a marching band from Desert Hot Springs High School and the “Pornstar Float.” The parade grand marshal was Ron deHarte, human rights activist.