Dallas Pride is back with a return to Fair Park June 3-4 to celebrate love and inclusion. Pride weekend kicks off with the Dallas Pride Music Festival on Saturday, followed by Dallas Pride’s Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade on Sunday. Bring the whole family to these all-ages events, which make for a weekend of fun honoring the LGBTQ+ community, its allies, sponsors and supporters.
Dallas Pride is excited to announce the 2022 category Winners from our Pride Parade. We say ‘Thank You’ to everyone attending and participating in this year’s Pride Weekend.
Dallas Pride is honored to have 7 distinguished Grand Marshals this year to represent our community at the 2022 festivities. The well-deserved honorees are Adam Medrano, Danny Cabrera (aka Liquor Mini), Cassie Nova (aka James Love), David Hearn, Kristi Wilson, Linze Serell (aka Bill Lindsey) and Sable Alexander (aka Michael Champion) who will be honored posthumously. (more…)
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The official City of Dallas Pride Flag is now available to order for your home, business, or wherever you would like to fly the flag! $20 from every flag sold goes to the Dallas Parks Foundation which they will use to buy more flags to be flown at city facilities all over the city.
The City of Dallas Pride Store is the only officially licensed Dallas Pride Flag store, where $20 of each flag purchased goes to city funds, designed to fund future pride-related events. Decals and flags are now available.
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Dallas Pride would like to share our condolences to the family of Sable Alexander (Michael Champion) and his partner Linze Serell (Bill). Sable passed away January 12th due to complications from Covid-19. He was loved by many for his giving spirit and charity work spanning several decades in the Dallas LGBTQ Community and was also one of our 2020 Dallas Pride Grand Marshals. Thank you Sable for your service to our community.
It’s with great sadness we announce the passing of Dallas Pride board member Steven Geer. Steven was a beloved member of the Dallas community. He worked at several different establishments during his time in Dallas including the Round Up Saloon, The Dallas Eagle, and Barbara’s Pavilion. Steven was a regular at Voice of Pride as a contestant and later on as a judge. He could often be found around town showcasing his passion while singing Karaoke. We are profoundly grateful for Steven’s service to Dallas Pride as a board member the last 2 years. We extend our deepest sympathy to his family and friends. Rest In Peace Steven, the Angel’s choir is lucky to have you.
From Dallas City Hall (Thursday, June 18, 2020)
A Pride flag with the City of Dallas seal is being raised in place of the City of Dallas’s official flag for the remainder of June 2020 and every June thereafter to celebrate Pride Month. The City of Dallas is the first city in America to have an official “pride” version of their city flag. Tonight, the City of Dallas will light up the skyline in rainbow colors. (more…)
In honor of our great friend, Michael Doughman, a fundraiser was held at the Round Up Saloon on Saturday, June 15. Michael was Executive Director of the Dallas Tavern Guild and Dallas Pride until September of 2018, when he retired to Puerto Vallarta. (more…)