Pajaro Paradise Goes to 2018 Palm Beach Pride Rainbow Resistance

 
Pajaro Paradise and Rolando Chang Barrero will be there!
Come OUT and join us!
#RainbowResitance

Sunday Parade starts at 11:30 am on Sunday, March 25, 2018 in downtown Lake Worth along Lucerne & Lake Avenues.

Join the LGBTQ community to celebrate Palm Beach PrideFest on March 2018, noon to 6 pm both days in Bryant Park, downtown Lake Worth.

Non-stop entertainment, delicious food, awesome merchants and local businesses and organizations, games & fun for all.
DIRECTIONS TO BRYANT PARK

North of Lake Worth

I-95 South to 10th Avenue North
10th Avenue go east to South Dixie Highway
South Dixie Highway south to Lake Avenue
Lake Avenue east to Bryant Park
Parking along side streets
South of Lake Worth

I-95 North to 6th Avenue South
6th Avenue go east to South Dixie Highway
South Dixie Highway north to Lake Avenue
Lake Avenue east to Bryant Park
Parking along side streets

PRIDEFEST HISTORY

Pridefest of Lake Worth and the Palm beaches attracts more than 20,000 attendees annually throughout South Florida and the Treasure Coast. Since 1992, PrideFest has served as Palm Beach County’s largest gay & lesbian visibility event. The festival exemplifies the strength and growth of the gay & lesbian community by highlighting more than 140 businesses that stand by our community and welcome our business. The event features a parade, live performances and entertainment for all ages.

More importantly, PrideFest emphasizes the importance of diversity in our community, making it stronger and more accepting of all individuals and their contributions to society. Without a doubt, PrideFest exists as an important component of Compass’ efforts to create equal opportunity and a safe place to live and allows for more effective local advocacy.

The event, which was originally held at the Armory Arts Center in West Palm Beach, has now grown from a small gathering to one of the largest festivals in South Florida.

Among many attendees, local elected and appointed representatives including the mayors and commissioners of the city of West Palm Beach and the city of Lake Worth, have attended annually and shown their support for the event. Each year, the mayor of Lake Worth raises the Pride flag with Compass’ Chief Executive Officer at City Hall during the week of the festival.
Rainbow Resitance

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