SPOKANE, Washington – The LGBTQ + community of Spokane is invited to celebrate the pride with a festival and car parade on Saturday afternoon.
This year’s festival is being held behind the wheel in an effort to keep people safe amid the latest wave of COVID.
Participants can drive through the festival and enjoy meals from local food trucks, performances by local drag artists and the full car parade.
The Spokane Regional Health District will also be hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic. Everyone present should wear a mask, regardless of their immunization status.
Spokane Pride, formerly known as OutSpokane, is an organization committed to developing pride experiences for people of all identities and backgrounds. They strive to create harassment-free environments for people of all identities, support members of the BIPOC community by opposing racism, and ensure an accessible and healthy community for all.
Saturday’s festival kicks off at 4 p.m. in the Spokane Arena parking lot. Learn more about Spokane Pride here.
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