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Guide to Philly Pride Month Events

Posted on June 6   |   Updated on June 14

Philly kicked off Pride Month over the weekend with a lively festival, featuring performances, community resources, and a 200-foot Pride flag. The fun continues throughout the month of June. Here's where to celebrate and support Philly’s LGBTQ community.

🪩 Bring the family to the Please Touch Museum on Saturday, June 10 for a Pride-themed day of play including face painting, a disco dance party, yoga, and music. [$19, West Philly]

🐅Enjoy Pride decorations and learn about the wide spectrum of LGBTQ relationships in the animal kingdom at The Philadelphia Zoo on Saturday, June 10. The Phillie Phanatic will make an appearance from 12 to 1 p.m. [free with admission, West Philly]

🥳 Join Giovanni’s Room for a music festival on Saturday, June 10, featuring local queer bands, musicians, DJS, and drag performers. Shop from vendors selling art, crafts, and vintage items. [pay-as-you-go, Gayborhood] 

🤣Join Fat Lady Brewing for a night of queer-inspired comedy featuring South Philly-based comedian Alejandro Morales. [$25-$150, Manayunk]

🍻 Participate in a bar crawl and enjoy exclusive drink specials and free cover to drag shows at spots including Tabu and Howl at the Moon. Twenty percent of all proceeds will benefit the William Way LGBT Community Center. [$20-$25, Gayborhood]

💃 Enjoy a special brunch menu and watch a fabulous drag show at Barra Rossa. [$25-$250, Midtown Village]

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