REGINA — The largest and most vibrant LGBTQ pride festival in Regina’s history will arrive in just seven days. The 26th annual Queen City Pride Festival runs June 15-21, and will feature international talent, brand-new events, and over 30 different activities for all ages and groups. “I am absolutely excited for this year’s festival,” says […]
REGINA – At its official launch party this evening, the Queen City Pride Festival announced its 2015 theme: “Be You,” a celebration of diversity, individuality, and uniqueness. “Whether you’re gay, lesbian, straight, bisexual, transgender, or queer, it’s important to embrace, celebrate, and acknowledge who you are,” remarks Pride Sponsorship Director Phil Ollenberg. “Our 2015 theme is about […]
REGINA — Queen City Pride, Regina’s annual LGBTQ pride festival, will launch its full schedule, theme, campaign, and official guidebook at Pride Unleashed, the official festival launch party on Friday, May 15 at The Mercury, 2936 Thirteenth Avenue. Each year, Pride Unleashed marks the countdown to the Queen City Pride Festival. This year, it will […]
Shangela Promotional Photos: Website: shangela.com Publicist: jeffejonesPR@gmail.com Del Stamp Promotional Photo: FOR RELEASE APR. 18/2015 at 7:30PMREGINA — International TV Star Shangela is confirmed to headline PRIDE AFTER DARK: Queen City Pride’s Official Afterparty, Saturday, June 20. Shangela shot to fame as a contestant on RuPaul’s Drag Race and has since made guest appearances in Glee, The Mentalist, […]
The Queen City Pride Festival is an annual, week-long celebration of the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, and Queer) community of Regina and the greater region of South Saskatchewan. The festival features a series of events, organized by Regina Pride and other community organizations, that focus on highlighting our culture, history, achievements, and struggles. Every event strives to educate, entertain, and inform participants on our sexual and gender diverse community. The Queen City Pride Festival takes place during the month June, along with Prince Albert Pride, Saskatoon Pride, Moose Jaw Pride, and Swift Current Pride. These festivals take place during Saskatchewan’s “Pride Month”, as proclaimed by the Government of Saskatchewan each year.