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We are looking forward to seeing you on this year’s pride, and we are sure you will have a great time participating in this event.


February 26th, Madonna Want-a-be’s to Benefit Pride

The Pride Alive 2018 committee is proud to announce a Pride events fundraiser called All Madonna Only Madonna Dance Party. The event is to be help Feb. 26 at Jacob’s bar at 4029 Hamilton Ave and starting at 10 pm. The evening will be filled with all your favorite Madonna songs and dance mixes. Madonna look -a-like contests, surprise guest appearances and party favors will help make the event crazy.
“This is my special birthday event I throw every year,” states Dawn Weiner, bartender at Jacob’s bar. “ Last year they were so many Madonna’s as well as Divas here you could barely get in the door”. Jacob’s hopes to have another event fundraiser before June, which helps them, become a Pride Alive sponsor. “This event last year was outrageous, but this year I’ll be sure to bring a camera.” says JP, Pride Alive 2005 co-chair. “Pride will benefit from door proceeds and a 50/50 raffle available that evening”.

March 5th, Disco’s Alive with Pride at The Subway

Disco is alive and well and will be the theme of a Pride Alive 2018 fundraiser called: Disco Nights. The event is to be held Saturday, March 5 at Subway bar at 609 Walnut Street Downtown and starting at 11 pm. The show will be filled with your favorite Disco hits performed by some of Cincinnati’s fabulous female illusionist: Flora DeVille, Misty Blue, Kegan DeVille, Alexas Andrews, T.J. and many more.
“I loved the 70’s and it’s great music,” states JR, owner at Subway bar. “This gives me a chance to brake out some of my favorite, groovy clothes”. Subway hopes to raise much needed funds to help finance this year’s Pride Alive 2018 events in June. “The ‘Girls’ lined up to do this show” says Flora Deville, female illusionist. “One doesn’t get many chances anymore to perform your favorite disco hits”.
Pride Alive will benefit from Jell-o shots, a raffle and the tips the performers make that evening. There is no door cover, so tip generously.

March 10th rock & roll night

this should be an interesting event, where old and new rock hits will be played. You should come here and spend some enjoyable time with your friends. We are hoping to raise enough money for the main party in July.

February 26th, All an “ILLUSION”!

Little Bit bar is located at 2401 Vine street and starting at 11:30 pm. The show will feature a plethora of entertainers like: Flora DeVille, Bella Dolce, Misty Blue and Keagam DeVille. The evening will include strippers, Jell-O shots and a 50/50 raffle to benefit Pride Alive.
“We really wanted to do something more to help raise funds for Pride this year,” states Jeanna Arnold, co-owner of Little Bit bar. “ It should prove to be a fun night of Illusion”. Fundraisers through out the year like this one help local business become Pride Alive Sponsorship. “This event has no cover charge, but we will be sure to announce the amount raised by performers, raffles and Jell-O shots at the end of the evening” says Flora DeVille, the shows creator. “People need to know that they can have fun and do something good for the GLBT community”.

July 10th warm-up party

this party is an introduction to the main event and 2018 Pride. A lot of music, food, and drinks will be enough to improve your mood.
Simon Say’s bar is located Downtown Cincinnati at 428 Walnut Street and starting at 5 pm and running until close. Raffles and Silent Auction items will be used to benefit Pride Alive.
“This year’s Pride events are very special to all of us in Cincinnati,” states Stan Goodwin, bar manager at Simon Say’s bar. “With the defeat of article 12, we all have something to celebrate”. Waterford Crystal door prizes drink specials and a few surprises should make it an event to remember. “Simon’s is always a great place to stop by after work and have a good time” says Harold Keutzer, Pride Alive 2005 co-chair. “The idea of being able to raise needed funds while having fun with friends is just an added bonus”. You can call Simon Say’s for more information at 513-381-7577.

June 15th exhibition night

our gay community is home to some of the most amazing artists, and this event is created to present their work. People who are interested in art have an opportunity to but various pieces here.


Our organization is open to all contributions and donations and all people who are willing to help our cause, are more than welcome. You don’t only have to donate your money because we also accept volunteering. You can find all details on our website, or use one of our forms to apply. We are looking forward to hearing from you soon.


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