NYC Pride Gears Up for 2019 - 2020 Season
ORGANIZATIONAL TRANSITION POST STONEWALL50/WORLDPRIDE REFLECTS EFFORT TO CREATE DIVERSE AND INCLUSIVE ENVIRONMENT OF THE LGBTQIA+ COMMUNITY
NYC Pride, the organization responsible for executing LGBTQIA+ events in New York City in the month of June, announces significant changes within the organization for the 2019-2020 season of NYC Pride.
NYC Pride Announces Raquel Willis, Janet Mock, Tracey “Africa” Norman As Keynotes for Human Rights Conference
HUMAN RIGHTS CONFERENCE JUNE 24 -25 AT THE NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL
NYC Pride, the official host of WorldPride 2019 | Stonewall 50, is pleased to announce the three keynote speakers scheduled to lead a pulsating dialogue during the Human Rights Conference on June 24th and 25th: Raquel Willis, Janet Mock, and Tracey “Africa” Norman.
NYC Pride Announces WorldPride Mural Project Initiative Across Five Boroughs
STIK, TATYANA FAZLALIZADEH, BUFF MONSTER, NOMAD CLAN, KUNLE MARTINS, GIANNI LEE TO CREATE MURALS
NYC Pride, the official host of WorldPride 2019 | Stonewall 50, is thrilled to announce the WorldPride Mural Project initiative, in collaboration with production and curation partner, LISA Project NYC, founding partner, HSBC Bank, and major supporter, Macy’s. Both local and international artists, 50 in total, were selected to create murals within the five boroughs of New York that reflect and honor the beauty, struggle, and strides of the LGBTQIA+ community.
NYC Pride Announces 2019 LGBTQIA+ Pride March Grand Marshals
CAST OF POSE, PHYLL OPOKU-GYIMAH, GAY LIBERATION FRONT, THE TREVOR PROJECT, MONICA HELMS TO LEAD
NYC Pride, the official host of WorldPride 2019 | Stonewall 50, announces its five Grand Marshals slated to lead both the 50th NYC Pride March on Sunday, June 30 2019, and this year’s commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising.
NYC Pride Announces WorldPride Opening Ceremony, June 26 at Brooklyn's Barclays Center
WHOOPI GOLDBERG TO HOST; CYNDI LAUPER, CIARA, TODRICK HALL, AND MORE TO PERFORM
NYC Pride's WorldPride Opening Ceremony is a benefit concert for the Ali Forney Center, Immigration Equality, and SAGE.
NYC Pride Announces Route for WorldPride 2019 | Stonewall 50 Pride March
AN UNPRECEDENTED NUMBER OF PEOPLE ARE EXPECTED FOR THE EVENTS PLANNED FOR JUNE 2019.
The 2019 Pride March, which commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising, will step off at noon on Sunday, June 30th from 26th Street and 5th Avenue.
NYC Pride Announces Talent For Multi-Day Pride Island at Pier 97
GRACE JONES, TEYANA TAYLOR, PABLLO VITTAR TO PERFORM ON JUNE 29TH. MORABITO AND ABEL WILL SPIN ON JUNE 30TH
NYC Pride, the official host of WorldPride 2019 | Stonewall 50, is pleased to announce its first phase of talent announcements with the legendary Saturday headliner Grace Jones, along with Teyana Taylor, Pabllo Vittar, and more for Pride Island 2019. Pride Island, the multi-day live musical event featuring dazzling performances, will take place from Saturday, June 29 to Sunday, June 30, 2019 at Pier 97 in New York City. Sunday’s headliner will be announced at a later date.
NYC Pride Announces Times Square for WorldPride Closing Ceremony
MELISSA ETHERIDGE TO PERFORM AT JUNE 30TH CEREMONY
The evening will provide a full slate of influential speakers and global musical talents who represent the cultural diversity, tenacity, and grace of the LGBTQIA+ community. One of the renowned artists slated to perform is Grammy-Award winning singer-songwriter, Melissa Etheridge.
NYC Pride Announces Official 2018 Events
JUNE 1, 2018
Organized by NYC Pride, this year hosts a full calendar of events in New York City from June 14 - 24, 2018 with over 2.1 million in attendance.
NYC LGBTQIA+ Pride March announces 2018 Grand Marshals & March Route Change
MARCH 7, 2018
NYC Pride announces its four Grand Marshals slated to lead the 49th NYC Pride March on Sunday, June 24, 2018: Billie Jean King, Lambda Legal, Tyler Ford, and Kenita Placide This year's NYC Pride March also undergoes a change to its iconic route along 5th Avenue. The new route refocuses the birthplace of the LGBTQ+ movement to a place of prominence at the beginning of the March.