Charlotte Pride is estimating an historic attendance for this past weekend's annual festival and parade in Uptown Charlotte, celebrates parade as largest annual parade in City of Charlotte.
Charlotte Pride will hold its annual Interfaith Service on Sunday, August 20, 4 p.m., at Temple Beth El in Shalom Park, 5101 Providence Rd., Charlotte, N.C.
Charlotte Pride to honor trans military veteran Monica Helms, state Senator Jeff Jackson as parade grand marshals
Charlotte Pride, a local non-profit LGBTQ community organization, has chosen a transgender military veteran and the creator of the Transgender Pride Flag, along with a state senator, to be grand marshals of this year's Bank of America Charlotte Pride Parade.
Charlotte Pride, will hold its annual Charlotte Pride Festival and Parade in Uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Aug. 26 and Sunday, Aug. 27, featuring headliner Deborah Cox and other local and national entertainers.
Charlotte Pride announces new college scholarship for LGBTQ and ally students in Charlotte metro area
Charlotte Pride announced the creation of its new scholarship for LGBTQ students. Online applications are open today.
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.