Pride Charlotte announces process for partnerships & third-party events!

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.

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Pride is heading to the Drag Race!

The second annual Queen City Drag Race will be held on May 14, 2011, at Hartigan's Irish Pub, and Pride Charlotte is excited that Drag Race organizers have announced part of their proceeds will benefit our festival and the Human Rights Campaign!

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Pride Charlotte walks for RAIN!

Members of the Pride Charlotte organizing committee, supporters, friends, family and other community members will be marching together in AIDS Walk Charlotte, a fundraiser for the Regional Interfaith AIDS Network (RAIN). Learn more about how you can get involved...

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Pride Charlotte publishes 2011 sponsorship, advertising & vendor information guides

Pride Charlotte is excited to announce publication of this year's sponsorship & advertising guides, as well as information and registration packets for non-food vendors.

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Pride Charlotte asks, ‘What do you want to see?’

The Pride Charlotte organizing committee and the Lesbian & Gay Community Center of Charlotte are proud to host a special community roundtable on March 31, 6:30 p.m. at The Center, 820 Hamilton St., Suite B11.

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Pride Charlotte moves Uptown!

The Queen City’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Pride festival will be held this year on Aug. 27 in Uptown Charlotte, along S. Tryon St. between 3rd St. and the new Levine Center for the Arts. Pride Charlotte, which attracts thousands each year, is the culmination of a week-long slate of events highlighting the social, cultural, ethnic, artistic and political diversity of the metro Charlotte area’s LGBT community.

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Introducing the new PrideCharlotte.com

The 2011 Pride Charlotte Committee is eagerly awaiting exciting news about this year’s festival. We’re growing and planning some unique and new activities this year. In the meantime, we’re debuting a new website. Cleaner, sleeker and more easily navigable, we hope the new PrideCharlotte.com becomes our community’s central hub for Pride activities. We’re still placing […]

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