Transgender Day of Visibility is on March 31, 2016. Charlotte Pride celebrates this special day with our transgender family members, friends and neighbors.
The eighth annual GayCharlotte Film Festival will present four days of award-winning feature-length dramas, comedies, documentaries and short films at Theatre Charlotte, 501 Queens Rd., April 21-24, 2016. This year’s film festival will focus on the ever-increasing diversity of the LGBTQ community.
The GayCharlotte Film Festival will present four days of LGBTQ-themed feature-length dramas and comedies, documentaries and short films at Theatre Charlotte, 501 Queens Rd., April 21-24, 2016.
Charlotte Pride has announced that it will hold its annual festival & parade in Uptown Charlotte, Aug. 20-21. The organization is currently seeking community members to join its various volunteer organizing committees.
Charlotte Pride is celebrating another year of success and growth for their iconic annual Uptown event held Aug. 15-16.
Official activities include education, social and outreach events for LGBTQ youth, transgender, Latino/a community Charlotte Pride, which will produce the annual Charlotte Pride Festival & Bank of America Charlotte Pride Parade Aug. 15-16, will herald in its annual event with a more than week-long slate of community events and activities, including special education, social and outreach events for lesbian, gay, bisexual,
Charlotte Pride, which will produce the annual Charlotte Pride Festival & Bank of America Charlotte Pride Parade Aug. 15-16, announced today its annual Charlotte Pride Champions of Pride Awards recipients for 2015.
Annual event in Uptown Charlotte hopes to build on last year’s 100,000 visitors, features expanded festival attractions including Kids Zone, karaoke lounge and more CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Grammy Award-winning British songstress Estelle and double-platinum, award-winning artist Billy Gilman will headline the Wells Fargo Stage at this year’s Charlotte Pride Festival & Bank of America Charlotte Pride Parade, slated for Aug. 15-16,
Nominations now open for the Champions of Pride Awards to honor LGBTQ & ally community members Awards recognize outstanding LGBTQ leadership, community allies, young catalysts Click here to nominate an award recipient today. Charlotte Pride, a local non-profit organization which produces educational and social programming to celebrate and empower the Queen City’s LGBTQ community, has opened nominations for its annual Champions of Pride
The GayCharlotte Film Festival will return to the Queen City, April 23-26, for its seventh annual event featuring LGBTQ films including heart-warming comedies, gut-wrenching dramas and compelling documentaries. This year, the festival is partnering with a new fiscal sponsor, Charlotte Pride, which will assist the festival with marketing and promotions.