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One of the biggest Pride celebrations in the nation took place in Houston on Saturday. A huge crowd showed up for the 44th annual Houston Pride Celebration. After 2 years off hundreds of thousands were in attendance to show their pride. Continue Reading…

Every June, members of the LGBTQIA+ community celebrate Pride month with various events in honor of the Stonewall riots of 1969, which was a major catalyst of the gay liberation movement. Celebrations pop up all month long and can come in the form of small events, parties, and parades.  We’ve gathered up plenty of events for Houston Pride 2022! Continue Reading…

Pride is finally back in full force. So bring on the drag queens and the dance parties. You’re likely to find something LGBTQ+-related to do every day in June. The bars are fuller. The brunches are boozier. The rainbow is brighter. Continue Reading…

HOUSTON – On Saturday, thousands of people packed downtown for the Pride Houston Celebration and Parade. This year, there are six Grand Marshal’s and KPRC 2 spoke to one of them. “I’m a lawyer, a community organizer, a philanthropist, I’m Black,” Torrence said. “I’m queer, and I’m proud to be here.” Continue Reading…

HOUSTON — After two years on pause because of the pandemic, the Pride Houston 365 festival and parade are back this weekend. This year’s theme is “The Beat Goes On.”The Pride LGBT+ Celebration kicks off Saturday with the festival outside Houston City Hall at 901 Bagby from 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. It’s followed by the parade at 7 p.m. Continue Reading…

Hundreds of thousands of people descended on downtown Houston this past Saturday for the 44th annual Pride Houston 365 festival and parade, the third-largest Pride celebration in the United States. Pride Houston, which has been happening officially every year since 1979, was extra poignant this year considering its two-year absence as the city grappled with the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue Reading…

The 44th Annual Houston Pride Festival took place this weekend in downtown Houston. The festival is well on its way, with lots of music, smiling faces, and this is what is considered to be the premiere pride event. Continue Reading…

One of the biggest Pride celebrations in the nation took place in Houston on Saturday. Huge crowds showed up to celebrate the 44th annual Pride Houston 365 festival and parade. After a couple of years off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Houston was ready to show up and show off its Pride. Continue Reading…

Despite a two year absence, Houston’s pride celebration stayed true to its theme; The beat goes on. The third biggest pride festivity in the country making its way through downtown Houston. With plenty of security and lines that stretched around the block. Continue Reading…

Learn the unstoppable story of Houston’s LGBTQ+ community from those key in organizing the annual Pride celebration and parade. Watch on KHOU 11+ June 30. Continue Reading…

The University of Houston-Downtown Community made its presence known at the Houston Pride Parade on Saturday, June 25. The 44th Annual Official Houston Pride LGBT+ Celebration® was once again a live event after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Continue Reading…

Pride Houston 365’s celebration returned to downtown Houston with an afternoon festival and evening parade in front of City Hall. Themed “The Beat Goes On,” this year’s Pride saw tens of thousands of visitors and featured a performance by headliner Coi Leray. Continue Reading…

Pride Houston 365 kicked off its June Pride festivities with a party at JR’s Bar & Grill. The organization made several announcements during the event, including this year’s parade theme, grand marshal winners, information about upcoming events, and more. Continue Reading…

HOUSTON — The 2022 Houston LGBT Pride Celebration is in June and now we know who the grand marshals for the parade will be. There will be six grand marshals in all, four of whom were decided on in an online vote. Continue Reading…

Houston festival-goers can purchase general admission tickets for $3.00, and Celebration VIP | Festival & Parade tickets for $200.00. The festival hours will run from 1 pm-6:30 pm and the parade hours will last from 7 pm-9:30 pm. Continue Reading…

Pride Houston 365 Invites Local Businesses to Apply for Official Licenses to Host Events in order to partner on raising funds for youth scholarships. After two years of COVID-19 challenges, the Pride Houston 365 LGBT+ Celebration® Festival and Parade is coming out stronger than ever. Continue Reading…