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New Orleans Black Pride Unveils Exciting Event Lineup for 2024

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Get ready for an unforgettable celebration as New Orleans Black Pride Weekend returns for its fourth anniversary from June 6th to June 9th, 2024. This highly anticipated event promises a vibrant weekend filled with celebration, empowerment, and community engagement. Highlights include a star-studded festival, a historic summit, and the annual New Orleans Pride parade


The festivities commence on June 7th with the inaugural Black Queer Legacy Summit, presented by ViiV Healthcare. Held at the Marriott Arts District from 9 am to 5 pm, this groundbreaking summit will feature panel discussions, workshops, and exhibits. It aims to honor the past, empower the future, and foster dialogue within the Black LGBTQ+ community.

On June 8th, the excitement continues with a highly anticipated FREE Community Festival at the historic Armstrong Park. The festival will be headlined by the sensational Saucy Santana, alongside a lineup of other incredible artists and performers. Attendees can expect a day filled with music, dance, local cuisine, and a vibrant celebration of pride and diversity.


"We are thrilled to celebrate four years of New Orleans Black Pride Weekend with an exciting lineup of events that showcase the diversity, talent, and spirit of our community," said organizers of Black Pride NOLA.





The weekend also includes the annual New Orleans Pride parade, adding to the festive atmosphere and bringing together individuals from all walks of life to celebrate love, acceptance, and diversity.


New Orleans Black Pride Weekend is an annual celebration dedicated to honoring the history, culture, and contributions of the Black LGBTQ+ community. Since its inception, the event has served as a beacon of empowerment, unity, and inclusivity.


Tickets are available online at www.blackpridenola.com or follow @blackpridenola on social media for updates. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a weekend that celebrates the richness and diversity of the Black LGBTQ+ community.




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