Victoria Pride Society board members Richard Lucas (left), Chrys Tei, Terry Frowd, Alan Chaffe, Eva Patenaude, David Tilson, Landen Cheetham, Wyatt Marchessault and Jessica Rewers prepare to party at Victoria Pride Week events.

Show your COLOURS

we proudly focus on supporting inclusiveness, accessibility and diversity

  • Jun. 25, 2015 11:00 a.m.

The Board of the Victoria Pride Society welcomes you to celebrate Pride 2015 from June 27 to July 5.

The VPS mission is based on empowerment. We empower those who are, or think they might be, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, two-spirited, intersex, and our friends and allies.

The VPS started as a casual picnic in Beacon Hill Park over 20 years ago and today we continue to proudly focus on supporting inclusiveness, accessibility and diversity.

Pride Week kicks off with CabarGAY at the Belfry Theatre on June 27 and culminates with the annual Pride parade and festival on July 5 at MacDonald Park with thousands of guests enjoying an afternoon of entertainment and celebration.

Whether you want to watch more than 100 colourful parade entries, check out the special night club shows featuring Vegas style revues, stand up comedy and dancing with top DJ’s, or just join the kids in the “bouncy castle” at the Pride Festival, there is something for everyone! We offer many free events including the Big Gay Dog Walk and the Memorial Dragball Game. Check out our Monday Magazine calendar of events or visit us online at victoriapridesociety.org. Come celebrate with us! We are all family.

 

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