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Fort Lauderdale Love Pride Event

By Charlotte Robinson, February 05, 2018
Pride Fort Lauderdale will be celebrating the nation’s only “Love Pride” on Sunday, February 11th from noon to 8P on the iconic Fort Lauderdale Beach. Headlining the event will be Grammy Award-winning singer & songwriter Estelle & internationally-acclaimed actress, singer & flamenco guitarist Charo. Richard Gray, Vice President, LGBTQ Market, of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau stated, “We’re so excited to celebrate with residents & visitors from across the world in Greater Fort Lauderdale where they can be free to be who they are. We are a welcoming destination to all people, regardless of whom they choose to love, how they choose to identify, the color of their skin, or what religion they believe in & we are looking forward to another successful world-class festival.” Miik Martorell, President of Pride Fort Lauderdale added, “We have held annual celebrations & tributes to the LGBT+ community & its unique culture for 40 years & are excited to host another inclusive & diverse Pride Fort Lauderdale this year. We think celebrating ‘Love Pride’ is fitting just before Valentine’s Day & to celebrate how inclusive Greater Fort Lauderdale is.” This is the 41st anniversary for the festival. It is also the region’s first Transgender Pride, with an appearance by leading transgender model & singer Laith Ashley, star of the Oxygen network’s series “Strut.” Celebrity DJs Tracy Young, Deanna & Power Infiniti will be spinning from the main stage throughout the day. This is a free event.
For More Info: pridefortlauderdale.org
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1 comment:

Marilyn Rosen said...

Fort Lauderdale sets a great example and should be proud it their Pride event.

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