Nashville PRIDE Festival
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Nashville PRIDE Festival is the largest LGBTQ event in Tennessee. The event brings people together to enjoy an extensive vendor marketplace, Equality Walk, food vendors, entertainment, and much more.The Purpose of Nashville PRIDE is to maintain a sense of community and awareness of, about, and for gay lesbian bisexual transgender people and culture throughout Middle Tennessee. The festival is expected to draw over 40,000 people and will feature more than 200, three stages with local and national touring acts, kids and family zone, youth area, dance tent, and more.
This year’s entertainment includes: TLC – Neon Trees – Madame Gandhi – Cakes Da Killa – Branden Stansell – Brody Ray, Taco Mouth, The Blam Blams, Myylo, Spazz Cardigan, Mikala Jones, Jess Coppens, Adam Mac, Shelly Fairchild, Houston Kendrick, Sisters Mann, DJ Remedy, DJ Chris Spear, DJ Aazera, Joy Oladokun, Kate Yeager, Chris and Scogtt, ViRAGO, Jenna McDaniel, Clinton John, Mercy Bell, Liede, Sarah Stawski, plus many more on multiple stages.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, Nashville Pride is proud to announce The Nashville Pride Parade. Over 100 floats, vehicles, bands, walkers and much more will travel down Nashville’s famous Broadway between 8th and 2nd Avenues, starting 10 A. M., Saturday, June 22nd. View more information on the parade here.
The Purpose of Nashville PRIDE is to maintain a sense of community and awareness of, about, and for gay lesbian bisexual transgender people and culture throughout Middle Tennessee. The Nashville Pride Festival is proudly supported in part by Bridgestone, Nissan, Dollar General, AllianceBernstein, Genesco, Journeys, Vanderbilt Health, Philips, Vanderbilt University, First Tennessee Bank, Curb Records, as well as our individual donors and festival vendors.
$10/General Admission Weekend Pass
$100/VIP Saturday Pass
$75/VIP Sunday Pass
$130/VIP Weekend Pass
Free/Children 10 and under
1 Public Square, Nashville, TN 37201