BREAKING NEWS: Jaron Turnbow, executive director of Dallas Pride, announced today (Friday, April 3,) that the 37th annual Dallas Pride festivities have been postponed until the end of July. The Miller Lite Music Festival in the Park — including the Family Pride Zone and Teen Pride — has been rescheduled to Saturday, July 25, at Fair Park. The Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade has been rescheduled to Sunday, July 26, also in Fair Park. (more…)
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Jaron Turnbow, executive director of Dallas Pride, announced today (Friday, April 3,) that the 37th annual Dallas Pride festivities have been postponed until the end of July. The Miller Lite Music Festival in the Park — including the Family Pride Zone and Teen Pride — has been rescheduled (more…)
Updated 03/13/2020 – Please note, our Grand Marshal Nomination process is now closed. (more…)
Are you a local Band, Performer, DJ, or Emcee who would like to perform on stage at our Pride Festival on Saturday June 6th? Dallas Pride wants you!
Dallas Pride looks to showcase our great local entertainers on one of our multiple stages. For consideration, please send your EPK, One Sheet and any relevant links such as YouTube performaces to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional information, you can contact us here.
Hiring Workers! As 2020 begins, the Census Bureau will be ramping up our efforts to ensure that we achieve a complete and accurate count on the 2020 Census. As you know, the results of this enumeration has effects that ripple for the next decade. (more…)
Each Year, Dallas Pride invites local LGBTQ community-based organizations with documented non-profit [501(c)] status to apply to become beneficiaries. These organizations must utilize the majority of its funds for direct programs, services, or activities that provide significant support to the North Texas LGBTQ community. Dallas Pride then selects up to six organizations to receive proceeds from that year’s Pride weekend. (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…)
It is with a sad heart that we report that Michael Doughman passed away this morning after a 4 week illness. Michael died peacefully in his sleep.
The fundraising event set for June 15 at The Round Up will proceed as planned. His final expenses have been covered by private donations. All funds raised going forward will benefit the Michael Doughman Scholarship Fund. If you would like to donate to the scholarship please visit https://dallaspride.org/donations/ to make your donation. Please make sure you check that you want your donation to go to the Michael Doughman Scholarship Fund on the donation form here.
Rest In Peace, Michael. Thank you for all your years of service to The Dallas Tavern Guild, so many charity events including Christmas Stocking Auction, Easter Basket Auction, and his contribution to Dallas and our ongoing tourism. Michael helped put Dallas on the map for worldwide LGBT tourism! We love you Michael!