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Billed as “Mary­land’s largest LGBTQ vis­i­bil­ity event” by the Gay and Les­bian Cen­ter of Bal­ti­more, the sig­na­ture event has drawn an es­ti­mated 30,000 peo­ple an­nu­ally since its be­gin­nings as a small rally of a dozen activists in 1975. The an­nual High Heel Race fea­tur­ing women, men, queens and ev­ery­one in be­tween to the Mount Ver­non Block Party and the highly an­tic­i­pated Pride pa­rade— there’s some­thing for ev­ery­one at Bal­ti­more Pride.

Char­lotte Pride

An es­ti­mated 6,000 at­ten­dees rev­eled in the joy of Sa­van­nah Pride in 2015. The four­day fes­ti­val unites the Sa­van­nah and Coastal Em­pire LGBTQ com­mu­ni­ties in one of the fastest grow­ing Pride cel­e­bra­tions in the state of Ge­or­gia. Forsyth Park will be home to this year’s fes­ti­val on Oct. 22, which will in­clude live mu­sic and per­for­mances, the Sa­van­nah Pride Mar­ket­place with food ven­dors and lo­cal busi­ness and com­mu­nity or­ga­ni­za­tions. Sa­van­nah Pride is a fam­ily friendly event and all are wel­come to at­tend.



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