Flagstaff Pride Has a New Home This Year*

Pride in the Pines Festival June 28th & 29th



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BEAT the Heat at 7000 feet for the 18th Annual Pride in the Pines Festival June 28th & 29th

 

Flagstaff, Ariz. (June 2, 2014)—The 18th Annual Pride in the Pines festival, June 28 and 29, 2014 will have a new home this year, at Thorpe Park, just a few blocks west of historic downtown Flagstaff. Join the family friendly festival at 7,000 feet where you can beat the heat and enjoy live entertainment, delicious food and a kid’s, craft, play, family & children’s area. 

Who: Northern Arizona Pride Association
What: The 18th Annual Pride in the Pines Festival 
Where: Thorpe Park, Flagstaff, AZ 
When: June28th and June 29th

Pride in the Pines is so inclusive, even your dogs are welcome! The event will feature a lineup of music and entertainment over two days in celebration of the diversity of our community. And welcoming back the annual Route 66 Volleyball Classic Tournament on Saturday! 

So come out Saturday, June 28 and see hip/hop pop sensation Dev headlining that evening at 7:30 p.m. Also appearing on the main stage from RuPaul’s Drag Race Shangela and many more local artist throughout the day. 

On Sunday, June 29 American new wave 80’s favorite Berlin featuring Terri Nun is headlining at 4:30 p.m. With local Arizona’s favorite blues singer and Flagstaff local, Sir Harrison Begay, and east coast singer songwriter Chris Pureka.

Pre-sale tickets are only $10 for each day or $15 day of at the gate. Also NEW to this year’s festival is the VIP Lounge weekend meet and greet pass for $55.00 online and $65.00 at the gate. Children under 12 are free. 

So beat the heat at 7,000 feet this June and book your hotel with our local Pride Host Hotels located on our website. Principle Sponsors are Findlay Toyota and NACA with Collins Irish Pub, Monsoons Bistro, Miller Light and Swire Coke. 

For more information on tickets and weekend events visit www.flagstaffpride.org.

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