Charlotte Pride presented its annual Charlotte Pride Festival & Parade on Aug. 20-21, 2016, in Uptown Charlotte and has estimated a total of 130,000 visitors over the course of the weekend event, a nearly 10 percent increase over 2015 attendance.
Celebrating a successful year, organizers are still working to determine a final attendance estimate.
A transgender speaker, educator and advocate who met with Gov. Pat McCrory this year to ask him to repeal HB2 will keynote a special event this evening highlighting the transgender community's response to and perspectives on the anti-LGBTQ legislation.
Charlotte Pride today kicks off its annual celebrations with its Charlotte Pride Week, with special community events Aug. 12-21, 2016.
Charlotte Pride announces headliner, entertainment and other details for festival and parade, Aug. 20-21, 2016
Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts to lead opening ceremony, named grand marshal of parade of annual events Aug. 12-21, 2016; Chart-topping and award-winning R&B singer K. Michelle headlining entertainment this year.
Charlotte Pride statement and resources on possible extraordinary event designation for this year's festival and parade.
Come join a great group of volunteers as we plan and organize for this year’s Charlotte Pride Festival and Parade!
The Queer Arts Consortium is accepting proposals from individuals and organizations representing the full diversity of LGBTQ arts and culture to be showcased at Flourish: A Celebration of LGBTQ Arts + Culture which will occur August 20, 2016, in conjunction with the Charlotte Pride Festival and Parade.
#MySafeSpaceIs — Share a selfie to be in the 2016 Charlotte Pride Guide!
Charlotte Pride demands the repeal of HB2, mourns the losses of Orlando and calls for immigration reform
On June 23, 2016, the Charlotte Pride, Inc., Board of Directors unanimously passed its annual Stonewall Resolution commemorating the Stonewall Riots of 1969.