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For the first time, designated ADA seating will be provided during Pride Parade on the campus of Oak Lawn United Methodist Church. Any who need ADA parking can also find a designated lot at the office of Jaime Vasquez, MD at Wellborn and Dickason. From that lot, attendees can follow the signs to ADA seating. Escorts will be available to any who might need help during the short walk. On the Oak Lawn campus, attendees will also have access to cool water, ADA accessible bathrooms, and an air-conditioned space to cool down. A paramedic will also be on-hand to help with any medical needs that might arise. if you have any questions, please contact Lisa Hancock at email@example.com And, many thanks to Dr. Vasquez for allowing us to use his parking lot to provide ADA parking!
This newly added ADA assistance site is in addition to the previously announced area at Throckmorton St. and Cedar Springs Road next to JR’s Bar and Grill. #DallasPride
Dallas Pride is EXCITED to announce our 2017 Miller Lite Festival in the Park Presented by T-Mobile Headline acts for Dallas Pride Weekend, 2017!
Kristine W – American Dance & Electronica singer-songwriter. She has released seven albums, and has helped shape the nightlife of the past decade!
Alyssa Edwards – International Drag Superstar, who competed in season five of RuPaul’s Drag Race. Alyssa also is a past Miss Gay Texas America, Miss Gay USofA, and Miss Gay America Winner!
We are SO excited to have both of these AMAZING performers!
See you September 16th for the Festival! Visit our Festival page here for tickets! #dallaspride
Tickets for the Miller Lite Music Festival in the Park presented by T-Mobile have now gone on sale. The $10 per person ticket includes the festival and all entertainment. Click here to purchase your tickets online thru Eventbrite. You can print your tickets or use your Eventbrite app. Find out more on our Festival page here
WHEN: Saturday, September, 2017 from 11:00 am until 7:00 pm
WHERE: Reverchon Park – 3505 Maple Ave, Dallas, Texas
Clear Bag Policy
For your safety and the enjoyment of the event a clear bag policy is in effect. The policy can be found here: CLEAR BAG POLICY
Can food or drinks be brought in to the Festival?
The Festival includes a wide variety of food and drink options. No outside food or drink can be brought in to the Festival. Exceptions are made for children under five years of age.
Can I use this site to purchase tickets for the Family Pride Zoneor Teen Pride?
-Family Pride Zone admission is included with purchase of general admission. An additional ticket is not required. Entry in to the Family Pride Zone is contingent upon the terms and conditions of the Family Pride Zone.
-Teen Pride admission is at no cost to qualified attendees. Teen Pride attendees can enter the Festival at no additional cost but must wear a valid Teen Pride wristband. Entry in to Dallas Teen Pride is contingent upon the terms and conditions of Dallas Teen Pride.
Dallas Pride announces 2017 Grand Marshals
Dallas Pride is happy to announce that our 2017 Grand Marshals will be Omar Narvaez and Nicole O’Hara Munro. The Grand Marshals were selected by you during our month-long online voting.
Omar Narvaez has more than a decade of hard work and leadership in the Dallas LGBT community and he is the first “openly” gay councilperson in more than a decade. He also works diligently with Lambda Legal of Dallas as the community liaison. He is a former president of Dallas County Stonewall Democrats, and former member of the Dallas County School Board. His commitment to change in attitudes towards diversity and equality make him a strong advocate within the LGBTQ community.
Nicole O’Hara Munro attended school in New Orleans, Louisiana and currently resides in Dallas, Texas. She is a very charming, engaging and smart personality in our LGBTQ community. Besides bartending at Zippers and being the show hostess at Marty’s Live, Nicole is a strident activist and educator for transgender rights. She holds a very high profile as a voice for the trans community on many levels. She currently works with A Nu Trans Movement and a LGBTQ youth group. Well versed on education, health and safety issues for the trans community, Nicole leads by example by living large and out loud in the Dallas community.
Both will represent our Dallas Pride community and be recognized at the Miller Lite Music Festival in the Park presented by T-Mobile on Saturday, Sept. 16 and will be featured in our Lakewood Brewing Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade presented by T-Mobile on Sunday, Sept. 17.
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