Dallas Pride returns June 1-2, 2024 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.(more…)
Hello community! We’re excited to announce that we are bringing back the Steering Committee for our upcoming projects, and we need YOUR expertise, passion, and vision!(more…)
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The Dallas Pride Board of Directors announces that Sherrell Cross has been chosen as the organization’s new executive director. Cross brings a strong background in LGBTQ advocacy and leadership as well as experience and passion to her new role, Dallas Pride officials said, all of which will help Dallas Pride “pursue its mission of strengthening, supporting and celebrating the LGBTQ community by creating events and initiatives that foster connections between members of the community, allies and supporters.”
The Dallas Pride board is “confident that Cross’s vision and leadership will help the organization reach new heights in promoting LGBTQ rights and fostering unity within the community,” according to a press release announcing the decision.
Dallas Pride in conjunction with Real Live Connection and Hot 93.3 congratulates Mark Mclaughlin on winning the Karaoke Contest. The contest was held every Friday evening leading up to the Finals being held on September 23. And of course, Mark Mclaughlin won Pink! concert tickets.(more…)
Dallas Pride is pleased to announce the fabulous organizations that have taken home a prize for their pride in the Dallas Pride Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade, which took place in Fair Park in Dallas June 4.
From among the 140 parade entries, the winners are:
We love photos and want to see yours of Dallas Pride 2023. We will post your photos or photo album link.
Dallas Pride is honored to have very distinguished beneficiaries this year to represent our community at the 2023 festivities. The well-deserved organizations are Coalition for Aging LGBT, Elevate North Texas Youth Shelter, Pride Frisco, Equality TX, AIDS Services of Dallas and Dallas Hope Charities.(more…)
Dallas Pride is honored to have 4 distinguished Grand Marshals this year to represent our community at the 2023 festivities. The well-deserved honorees are Liz Dyer (LGBTQ Ally Heterosexual Non-Transgender), Ronnie Shue (LGBTQ Female Identifying), Timothy Sherwood aka Kylee O’Hara Fatale (LGBTQ Gender Non-Binary, Non-Conforming) and Ashton Hammer (LGBTQ Male Identifying).(more…)