Phoenix Pride Festival To Return in November
After more than two years of delays due to the world-wide pandemic, the annual Phoenix Pride festival and parade will return to the Valley in November.
The festival which celebrates people coming together in love and friendship will be held at Steele-Indian School Park in Phoenix November 6-7 from noon to 9 p.m..
The parade is scheduled to be held on November 6 at 10 a.m. It will run down Third Street in downtown Phoenix, moving north from Thomas Road to Indian School Road.
“It’s been a long time coming, but we are finally in the final countdown to our 40th parade and festival, and we are beyond excited to reunite our entire community for Arizona’s signature annual Pride event,” said Phoenix Pride Executive Director Mike Fornelli.
“The extra time we have had to prepare for this event had allowed us to enhance it in ways that we never have before, and we are looking forward to what we are certain will be the most memorable — and most meaningful — Pride Festival and Parade in Phoenix history.”
The organizations said its headliners for the Circle K main stage include Neon Trees, Deborah Cox, Jody Watley and RuPaul Puerto Rican Drag Show.
For more information or to purchase festival tickets online visit: https://phoenixpride.org/