Charlotte Pride & Charlotte Black Pride Announce Cancellation of 2020 in-person events
Charlotte Pride, in partnership with Charlotte Black Pride, announced on April 28, 2020, that all in-person annual Pride events originally scheduled in July and August are cancelled.
About Charlotte Pride
Charlotte Pride is the leader in LGBTQ visibility in Charlotte and the Carolinas. We present and collaborate on programs, projects, and activities, including the annual Charlotte Pride Festival and Parade, Charlotte Trans Pride, Charlotte Latinx Pride, Charlotte Women’s Pride, and Reel Out Charlotte, among others. Since its founding in 2000, Charlotte Pride has expanded its year-round programming and partnerships to better connect community members with its mission, vision, and values. It is now one of the largest LGBTQ Pride organizations in the American Southeast.Learn more about us
Charlotte Pride SHOP
Support the important year-round programs and events of Charlotte Pride — and do it in style! Our brand new Charlotte Pride Shop offers premium and everyday wear with our brand new logo with expanding inventory of clothing, accessories, homewares, and our brand new Exclaim Your Pride! Collection.
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SPRING & SUMMER
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Charlotte Pride will be rolling out a series of virtual programs for our entire community. Stay tuned and up-to-date on our latest news and program announcements by signing up for our email list!SIGN UP...
Pride in the Queen City
A special Facebook Live conversation with the chair and president of Charlotte Black Pride and Charlotte Pride. Join us for this unique chance to hear from these two leaders and how our two organizations are responding to COVID-19.RSVP on Facebook...
Reel Out Charlotte
OCT. 24-NOV. 1
The Queen City’s Annual LGBTQ Film Festival returns for a week-long series of film screenings, panel discussions, and other special events. More details and information coming soon!MORE DETAILS...
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