LGBTQ Pride In Sioux Falls
June is Pride month and all over the country people are celebrating.
A whole week of Pride events kicked off June 11 with the Equality March. The Equality March wasn't just here in Sioux Falls, but nationwide.
But wait... there's more.
Sioux Falls Pride has planned a whole week of events leading up the Pride Festival at Terrace Park on Saturday (June 17).
Sioux Falls Pride in conjunction with The Center for Equality has been hard at work to make each year's Pride festival better than the last.
Each year is better than the last!
There is something for everyone all week. There are arts and crafts, dancing, concerts, and food.
- June 13: Kid's Paint Party- 6 PM - Prairie West Library
- June 14: Burlesque 101- 6:30 PM- Midwest Dance Center
- June 15: Electric Rainbow Takeover- 6 PM- Electric Rainbow
- June 16: Pride Ride- 5 PM- Revolution Yoga and Cycle
- June 16: Sister (Prince Cover Band) - 10 PM- Icon Event Hall and Lounge
- June 17: Pride Ride- 8 AM- Revolution Yoga and Cycle
- June 17: Story time with Devondra - 10:30 AM - Unglued
- June 17: Sioux Falls Pride Festival- 12 PM- Terrace Park
- June 17: Official Pride After Party - 9:30 PM- Club David
The main event on Saturday at Terrace Park starts at noon and goes until 7:00 PM. The festival is free of admission. The main stage will host musical acts and not one, but two drag shows. There will also be a Kid's Zone with bouncy houses and a magic show. So bring the whole family!
The main stage schedule is as follows:
- 12:00 PM: Opening Flag Ceremony & National Anthem
- 12:15 PM: Welcome by Mayor Mike Huether
- 12:30 PM: Word from our Title Sponsor, followed by park announcements
- 12:45 PM - 1:30 PM: Drag Show
- 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM: Intermission / Announcements
- 2:00 PM - 2:45 PM: Music: Maddie Todd
- 2:45 PM - 3:30 PM: Music: Ledfoot
- 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM: Intermission / Announcements
- 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM: Music: Baby D
- 4:45 PM - 5:30 PM: Drag Show
- 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM: Wrap up, announcements and tear down
For more information check out Sioux Falls Pride on Facebook or the Center for Equality website.