CHICAGO (AP) — A daylong celebration of LGBTQ culture in Chicago will return for a fourth year to Navy Pier.

Navy Pier Pride by American Airlines will be June 29. The free event from noon to 11 p.m. Organizers say it “will include a variety of festivities to embrace diversity and celebrate the vibrant LGBTQ culture in Chicago.”

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Activities will range from build-your-own pride bracelets to musical performance by the Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus and a fireworks display.

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Pride flags are decorating Navy Pier all month and the symbolic rainbow colors are displayed in the center digital screen of the Centennial Wheel.

The Chicago Children’s Museum will have a “family resource activity station” and PFLAG Council of Northern Illinois will be there to discuss its mission of building loving LGBTQ families.

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