Long Beach, California – People in Long Beach can enjoy the music of multiple artists this weekend who are set to perform at the Pride parade, which is returning to the city after a one-year hiatus due to COVID-19.
The organizers made the decision to hold the event virtually last year due to the coronavirus.
This year’s festivities will take place at Marina Green Park, starting on Wednesday with a Teen Pride Celebration. Then, on Saturday and Sunday, there will be a two-day festival that, in addition to musical performances, will offer a wide variety of activities that attendees can take part in, such as a silent disco, a roller rink, drag make-up competitions, and dance competitions.
A Family Fun Zone for children of all ages and a Senior Fun Zone featuring music, karaoke, and bingo are also included in the event.
The Long Beach Pride said in a statement, “In order to tell our story in a way that honors the struggle, celebrates the community, and captivates new generations—while showcasing our history—we need to engage multiple audiences in multiple ways.”
The schedule for the Long Beach Pride parade that will be taking place this weekend can be found by clicking here.