We are proud to announce the continuation of Pride in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Yes, coming June 10th -12th, we will celebrate like we have never in the past. With the defeat of Article 12, we have become known throughout the state as the bright spot in a day of great defeat.  We as a community have continued to work together building on the groundwork set forth by the GLBT Coalition and Citizens to Restore Fairness. With the work of approximately 30 supportive organizations and businesses we have been able to breathe new life into a very important weekend for our Community.

‘I never had any doubt that we could pull off getting the groups to come together and work on such a major project that effects each and every one of us’, said President of the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Greater Cincinnati.

So now comes our time to Celebrate, we have a lot of exciting changes in store for you. We hope that you join us, march in the parade, and party in Hoffner Park.

The great thing about Cincinnati is that this year we will have two Pride parties, one taking place in June and the other in July. During the summer, we expect a lot of people who will be visiting our events, and on the July 23rd, the main party will be held.

This year’s theme is ‘Free to Be Me’.

What can you expect to see changed this year?

A downtown rally on Fountain

Festival type atmosphere with games in the park

Expanded vendor locations

Pep Rally in Burnett Woods

Grand Marshall’s Reception

Glitter Ball (3 day event)

These are just a few of the exciting changes we have in store. Keep watching the events page for additional items.

Important Dates

datesJune 10th – Speakers Rally

located on Fountain Square

11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

June 11th – Pride Festival

located in Northside’s Hoffner Park

4:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

June 12th – Pride Pep Rally and Parade

starting in Clifton’s Burnett Woods

lineup and Pep Rally begins at 11:00 a.m.

parade kicks off promptly at 1:00 p.m.

June 12th – Pride Festival

located in Northside’s Hoffner Park

2:00 p.m. – 7 p.m.