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Celebrate Chicago Pride
One of the original cities to celebrate pride following the 1969 Stonewall Riots, Chicago promises no shortage of LGBT pride this year. The Chicago Pride Parade, which started as a march on June 27, 1970, features marching bands, dance teams, local businesses and supportive groups out to show their true colors. Last year’s attendance hit more than 750,000, serving as the ultimate ending to June Pride Month in Chicago.
Celebrating at the Pride Parade won’t be complete without finding some good grub in the area to share with friends. These local restaurants are all just steps away from the festivities.
From wigs to complete costumes, finding the right look for the Chicago Pride Parade needn’t be stressful. Check out the following places to get an entire outfit or just a few accessories.
Here in Chicago, there are resources that support all stages of self-awareness and discovery for members of the LGBT community.
How do you show your pride? Send us your Gay Pride celebration photos and we’ll feature them in a gallery!
Get ready to party during Pride Weekend in Chicago. Who says you need to turn in early during Pride Weekend? Check out these nightclubs and bars to keep partying into the early hours.
Chicago offers a plethora of events and venues that explore and educate on the issues within the LGBT community. Get out and learn or just have fun, but know that in Chicago, whatever your needs are, they will be met.
If you’ve only made it to the Halsted Street strip in Boystown for the Pride Parade and Market Days, you’re missing out. It’s one of the nation’s premier destinations for gay nightlife, and on any given night of the week, it’s one of the city’s most vibrant nightlife districts.