Saint Petersburg, FL: St Pete Pride announced the itinerary of events over the span of Wednesday, June 19th through Sunday, June 23rd and relayed the new headliner for the After-Parade Concert, VASSY.
Wednesday, June 19th @ 7pm: Kick-Off Party at the renowned Sirata Beach Resort. Join 500 of your closest friends on beautiful St. Pete Beach as we celebrate diversity and inclusion.
Thursday, June 20th @ 7pm: Stonewall Reception at the prestigious Museum of Fine Arts in downtown St. Pete. We are commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots with an elegant fashion show amongst art.
Friday, June 21st @ 6pm: SP2 Concert headlined by Lisa Loeb in the North Straub Park. A fun and free concert featuring various mix of bands and singers.
Saturday, June 22nd @ 2pm: Saturday Party in North and South Straub Parks. Two stages featuring amazing LGBTQ+ talent including, drag queens, singers and bands.
Saturday, June 22nd @ 6:30pm: Catch the Tech Data St Pete Pride Parade along St. Pete’s beautiful waterfront on Bayshore Drive.
Saturday, June 22nd @ 10pm: After Parade Concert in North Straub Park. Enjoy a free concert featuring Vassy, an Australian, electronic music artist. VIP Viewing tickets for the concert and entertainment all day Saturday are now on sale.
Sunday, June 23rd @ 11am: Street Festival in Grand Central District between 22nd and 29th Street. Come check out the 240+ vendors while enjoying live performances and entertainment along Central Avenue.
VASSY is a multi-platinum award-winning recording artist and songwriter, has ranked on the Billboard Dance Music Charts six weeks in a row with her song “Concrete Heart.” VASSY is a proud ambassador of the NOH8 Campaign, an organization that promotes LGBT and human equality in marriage, education, social media, among other avenues. “We wanted to work with someone that stays true to our vision of LGBT Advocacy, as well as deliver a world-class experience for our attendees,” says Executive Director Luke Blankenship.
About St Pete Pride
St Pete Pride’s mission is to promote unity, visibility, self-esteem and a positive image of and among the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community of Tampa Bay and throughout the State of Florida by way of cultural and educational programs and activities.