Photos: Workin’ at the Car Wash…
Pride Charlotte sends out a big, warm and happy “thank you” to all the folks who teamed up to present last Saturday’s Community Unity Car Wash! Held on Saturday, July 23, at H&H Automotive on South Blvd., the Car Wash was organized by Jaisen Putnam, who works at Sidelines and Dilworth Neighborhood Grill. Sidelines owners […]More Info
Pride Charlotte issues call for volunteers!
It’s just a little over 30 days until the Queen City’s largest and brightest Pride Charlotte Festival ever, with a new date, a new location and new, expanded hours right in the heart of Uptown Charlotte! To make the event a success, we need your help! Corporate and community sponsors and partners have teamed up […]More Info
Pride Charlotte announces featured entertainers
The Pride Charlotte organizing committee is proud to announce this year’s line-up of featured entertainers and performers. With a range of genres from drag and cabaret to indie, hop-hop and folk, this year’s slate of featured entertainers proves to be Pride Charlotte’s most diverse line-up to date. Featured entertainers scheduled to perform at this year’s […]More Info
Pride Charlotte welcomes Drake Dentistry as first Leadership Sponsor
Pride Charlotte is excited to announce that Drake Dentistry of Charlotte has signed on as our first Leadership sponsor for 2011. Drake Dentistry’s generosity shows their commitment to the LGBT community and sets an example for other businesses. Their donation helps keep entry into the festival free for all attendees and ultimately supports the LGBT […]More Info
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.More Info
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.More Info
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.More Info
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 […]More Info