Gayes grab your windbreakers and Ugg's because this year's Atlanta Pride has the line up that will put prior pandemic functions to shame.
We recently recovered from Atlanta Black Gay Pride, and now, coming October 8th -9th for Atlanta Pride prepare to catch Big Freedia, Flo Rida and singer Betty Who working all of Piedmont Park and embracing the LGBTQ+ community in a medley of their musical performances.
Sponsored by Power 96.1 accompanying them are Jax, Brooke Eden, Trinidad Cardona, Chrissy Chlapecka, Neriah, Nouri, Exquisite Gender, Michel Jons Band, MOKSHA, Sophia Dashing, DJ CANVAS, SWEET TEA Variety Show, Drag Queen Story Hour and more in an extended line up of their own.
Headlining, we have the Queen of Bounce Big Freedia, a music artist who has graced the community by being the epitome of gender fluidness. Having signature looks with a tailored suit and lashes to spine length weave and nails, Big Freedia's bounce music culture in New Orleans has expanded over 20 years to BET’s College Hill Celebrity Edition, a TV show: "Queen Of Bounce", and so many music collaborations from Drake to Beyoncé’s hit single “Break My Soul”.
Next, Miami’s finest, Tramar Dillard, known as Flo Rida celebrates by contributing to feel-good pop and urban contemporary hits we all love to dance to. He is best recognized for his hit song, “Low” (Feat. T-Pain)," - which spent 10 consecutive weeks atop the Billboard "Hot 100".
Examples are shown by him collaborating, supporting, and standing by several queer liberated female artists from Sia, Lady Gaga, Nelly Furtado and more. Flo Rida is an entrepreneur, a father, a rapper and and now a more public ally of the LGBT community.
Lastly, the fem fatale of LGBT foundations, icon, and pioneer, Betty Who, an Australian singer. The voice behind Netflix’s "Queer Eye" reboot soundtrack will have your eyes and hearts in tears of joy. Betty is a woman you wouldn’t want to miss. Betty has been honored as a philanthropist with GLAAD And The Trevor Project will bring awareness and diversity to Piedmont Park and prides to come.
Gaye’s don’t meet us there, beat us there!