New Orleans Pride - POSTPONED

June 12-14, 2020 NEW DATE: August 1

New Orleans Pride Announces New Festival Date
The New Orleans Pride Festival has been postponed until August 1,2020. 
​The priority for New Orleans Pride is the health and safety of our attendees. We have been closely monitoring the information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and working with public health agencies and our partners in the City of New Orleans to stay abreast of what changes are happening.
Based on the latest information, the New Orleans Pride Board of Directors has made the decision to postpone the Pride Festival set to take place June 12-14, 2020. After many conversations with our City Council and NOPD representatives, the tough decision was made to move PrideFest and the Parade toAugust 1, 2020. 
All event tickets and parade registrations will be honored on the new dates. For more information on event tickets,
The New Orleans Pride Organization is celebrating its 10th Year with the theme “New Orleans Pride: 10 Years and Beyond.” The annual festival is one of the largest LGBTQ+ festivals in New Orleans and draws more than 90,000 people to the annual festival and parade.

New Orleans Pride fully embraces the message of “One CommUNITY” as we celebrate our history and promote the future prosperity of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast Region. We use public awareness and education about the LGBT+ community as a way to combat “phobias” and discrimination. Our programs, seminars and events leading up to, and during Pride weekend, are meant to include individuals from all walks of life.

New Orleans Pride raises money to put on the New Orleans Pride Festival for the LGBT+ Community of New Orleans and its allies.


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