Pride Fort Lauderdale is hosting the event and the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau serves as the inaugural sponsor.
“Greater Fort Lauderdale is home to a thriving LGBT+ community, and we are very much looking forward to welcoming hundreds of thousands of LGBT+ visitors and allies to our destination where diversity shines brightly,” said Richard Gray, senior vice president of diversity & inclusion, Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Pride of the Americas features a full schedule of events including a Pride of the Americas day of service, LGBTQ+ health and wellness symposium, fashion show from Project Runway designers, transgender issues summit, gay men’s chorus of south Florida concert and other social and cultural events. The six-day festival is expected to draw more than 350,000 visitors from 53 countries across North and South America.
If you’re looking to get further involved in the event, fill out the volunteer form to offer your time and services to the festival.
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