Say it loud. Say it proud. And celebrate all things gay as the centennial state’s capital opens its doors and arms for Denver PrideFest 2018. Denver Prideis just around the corner, and here is everything you need to know about this fabulous time held in the Rocky Mountain high state. Be out, loud, and proud on the mount at this year’s Denver PrideFest 2018!
From June 16-17, 2018, Denver, Colorado will host its annual pride, drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors to colorful Colorado from all over the region. Denver PrideFest is the signature event of the weekend, with two days of events, shows, performances, booths, costumes, and everything rainbow.
Denver PrideFest has over 200 venders from around the Pacific mountain states alongside fun, world class entertainment for the two-day event. Headlining PrideFest is legendary dance hall queen Crystal Waters on Sunday, June 17, 2018. The hit singer of the songsGypsy Woman (She’s Homeless), 100% Pure Love, Destination Calabria, Le Bump, Synergy, Testify, and of course her 10th#1 dance hit Believe will have everyone dancing and keeping the name Crystal Waters in their heads long after the weekend is through.
Current RuPaul’s Drag Race favorite Kameron Michaels is also set to perform during Denver PrideFest 2018 on Saturday, June 16. Watch as the muscular glamazon of Drag Race slays the audience with her performance. On Sunday, DJ Barry Harris of the hit synthpop act Kon Kan will be spinning the tunes at Dance World – the big dance party thrown by PrideFest.
Also on Sunday is the Coors Light PrideFest parade on Sunday morning. Watch as the community explodes in costumes, floats, dance numbers, and entertainers march through the heart of Denver in celebration of the queer community. There are also plenty of other Pride activities throughout the weekend, including Beer Busts and events at local bars like Tracks Denver. The official annual Dyke March is on Saturday as well as Sober Rave 2018.
Make attending Denver PrideFest 2018 a complete weekend – get out an explore Denver. There is so much to see and do in Colorado’s Capital, from local attractions, day trips, museums, art galleries, restaurants (foodies), brewery tours, hiking trails, mountain climbing, water sports (outdoor), and more. Start planning your visit to Denver for Denver PrideFest now this June – including hotels and things to do.