Flying Biscuit Pride Night every Monday in August starting TONIGHT!
Don’t miss out on this very special treat, brought to you by 2012 Pride Charlotte Sponsors Flying Biscuit and Monkey Joe’s at Park Road Shopping Center! Every Monday night through August starting tonight, enjoy a Flying Biscuit dinner for two for just $30 including appetizer, two entrees (soup or salad included) and dessert. A portion […]More Info
Annual Pride Charlotte Festival expands to two days to takeover Uptown Aug. 25-26
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 6, 2012 Annual Pride Charlotte Festival expands to two days to takeover Uptown Aug. 25-26 Event expects 40,000-plus one week before Democratic National Convention CHARLOTTE – Pride Charlotte comes back to Uptown Charlotte Saturday, Aug. 25 and Sunday, Aug. 26 for two full days of wall-to-wall entertainment and community engagement. The […]More Info
Pride Charlotte wants YOU! Submit a Pride Week event proposal today!
Pride Charlotte has announced new opportunities for community organizations and businesses to participate in Pride Charlotte Week. Organizers hope to build collaborative partnerships with other organizations, businesses and individuals interested in planning events for or with us, sharing marketing opportunities and trading services. By establishing this process, we hope to establish partnerships that help our […]More Info
Pride Charlotte ramps up 2012 festivities with second annual Gay Splash Day on June 16
For the second year, Pride Charlotte has teamed up with the U.S. National Whitewater Center to present Gay Splash Day, on Saturday, June 16, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Join community members for a day of whitewater fun in the sun, along with the first ever Brew Stash Bash, a Carolina craft brewery tasting with […]More Info
Chart-topping Hip-Hop recording artist Trina to headline 2012 Pride Charlotte Festival
Trina to perform for the masses in Uptown Charlotte on Aug. 25, 2012 Award-winning, chart-topping Hip-Hop recording artist Trina will headline this year’s 2012 Pride Charlotte Festival in Uptown Charlotte, Aug. 25-26, 2012, organizers announced on March 7. Trina, known to many as Miami’s own “Diamond Princess,” has released five studio albums nationally as of […]More Info
Letter to the Editor: Thanks to Pride Charlotte
Pride Charlotte got a shout out and a thank you in The Charlotte Observer‘s letters to the editor on Wednesday. Just as they say they appreciated our efforts to curb our noise during their family funeral, we are just as appreciative of the time they took to say a public thank you. Thanks to Pride […]More Info
Observer: Pride Festival, out in the open
The Charlotte Observer published a phenomenal write-up on our wonderfully successful, record-setting Pride Charlotte yesterday. The news report, by writer Meghan Cooke, appears online and in the paper’s print edition today. Read a bit below and then hop over to charlotteobserver.com to read the rest. Pride Festival, out in the open Fest celebrates LGBT progress, […]More Info
Q&A: Meet Su Cummings
As we did before our festival was a smashing success (!!!), we’re continuing our special Q&A series taking just a few moments to introduce you to some of the volunteer committee members who work to plan, coordinate and present the The LGBT Community Center of Charlotte’s Pride Charlotte. We began with Dave Webb, co-chair of the […]More Info
Earthquakes and hurricanes won’t stop Pride Charlotte!
Boy, oh, boy! What is happening? An impending hurricane and an earthquake? Oh, no worries here. The latest projections for Hurricane Irene shows little-to-no chance of seriously affecting the Charlotte area. In fact, it’s projection has increasingly been shifted eastward hour by hour for the past two days. So, we expect to see each of […]More Info
Q&A: Meet Jonathan Hill
We’re just five days away from the Pride Charlotte Festival! And, we’re continuing our special Q&A series taking just a few moments to introduce you to some of the volunteer committee members who work to plan, coordinate and present the The LGBT Community Center of Charlotte’s Pride Charlotte. We began with Dave Webb, co-chair of the […]More Info