The thing that makes Pride so great is that the atmosphere is always so uplifting. There are so many creative, accepting and loving people in one area. The colors and outfits on display are always dazzling and exciting. On Sunday, June 25 over 150,000 people gathered in Minneapolis to watch a beautiful display of openness. It was creative. It was colorful. It was amazing. The message at the parade on Sunday was of equality. This message came in all different shapes, colors and sizes. There was protesting, dancing and engine revving.

Pride was officially June 24 and June 25 but the celebration around the Twin Cities started early. There was a Pride beer dabbler on Friday and some people were even celebrating early on Thursday. At Loring Park there were 300+ vendors selling everything from arts and crafts to nonprofits making their resources available for all who are in need.

Saturday night made for good entertainment with Sweetpea and The Vigilantease Collective. This group was loud and proud representing a multitude of body types. Shortly after, the 90’s R&B group En Vogue took the stage and had a dominating performance. Among other entertainment were artists Brian Justin Crum, Luciana and Rebel Queen.

There was something for everyone at Pride this year. Whether you were into the night scene or more of a family experience you could find it at Pride 2017. The events and entertainment were just as expansive and open as the message of Pride. See for your self below!

The thing that makes Pride so great is that the atmosphere is always so uplifting. There are so many creative, accepting and loving people in one area. The colors and outfits on display are always dazzling and exciting. On Sunday, June 25 over 150,000 people gathered in Minneapolis to watch a beautiful display of openness. It was creative. It was colorful. It was amazing. The message at the parade on Sunday was of equality. This message came in all different shapes, colors and sizes. There was protesting, dancing and engine revving.

Pride was officially June 24 and June 25 but the celebration around the Twin Cities started early. There was a Pride beer dabbler on Friday and some people were even celebrating early on Thursday. At Loring Park there were 300+ vendors selling everything from arts and crafts to nonprofits making their resources available for all who are in need.

Saturday night made for good entertainment with Sweetpea and The Vigilantease Collective. This group was loud and proud representing a multitude of body types. Shortly after, the 90’s R&B group En Vogue took the stage and had a dominating performance. Among other entertainment were artists Brian Justin Crum, Luciana and Rebel Queen.

There was something for everyone at Pride this year. Whether you were into the night scene or more of a family experience you could find it at Pride 2017. The events and entertainment were just as expansive and open as the message of Pride. See for your self below!

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