Each year on the Belvedere, the Kentuckiana Pride Festival becomes a place where the LGBT community and its supporters celebrate diversity with food, drinks, entertainment, and showcases from area businesses and organizations.
Don't forget about our other events, like the Friends of Pride party. Make a donation today, then enjoy a casual evening while you mingle with sponsors, contributors and members. Open bar; must be 21 or older.
With so many goings-on at the pride festival, we've got some ground rules. The festival is for everyone. Please be respectful of those around you, especially children.
Keep your wrist-band on at all times. No exceptions will be made. If you lose it, you'll need to purchase your entry again.
No ID? No drinks. Bring valid government-issued photo identification if you wish to imbibe. Water and soft-drinks are available to all, of course, without ID.
Leave pets at home during the festival; they are not permitted entrance. You may, of course, bring them to the pet parade.
Persons and all bags, coolers and other containers are subject to search. No weapons, drugs or outside alcohol are permitted at any time.
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