It’s the first time ever that Pride Month is online, and it’s also the 50th anniversary of the first Pride March in NYC in 1970.
Most events are the weekend of June 26-28, but some are this weekend.
Here’s a partial list, by date, so you can keep track.
Sunday, June 21, at 11:30am
This will be online at the same time it would have been marching live. I nstead of floats, the vitual parade will have digital shorts from community groups and members, corporate and commercial supporters and sponsors, and drag queens and kings.
- On the Denver Pride Facebook page, and the Center on Colfax Instagram and YouTube pages. Denver7 will stream the event
Friday, June 26, at 5pm
Hosted by trans journalist Ashlee Marie Preston and trans actor Brian Michael Smith, this rally will focus on police brutality and discrimination and the hosts will be joined by community activists, organizers, politicians, and other guests.
- livestreamed on Facebook and YouTube from 5pm to 8pm
Saturday, June 27 at 10:30am for 24 hours
This will be the first ever worldwide LGBTQIA+ event, live-streaming for 24 hours and expected to attract as many as 300 million viewers.
The event is putting the Black Lives Matter movement at its center.
Todrick Hall will host the stream of music, performances, speeches and messages of support.
Entertainers scheduled to participate include Laverne Cox, Adam Lambert, Kesha, Rita Ora, the Pussycat Dolls, Dixie Chicks, Olivia Newton-John, Pabllo Vittar and Courtney Act
Saturday, June 27 at 11pm
The first Los Angeles ’virtual Los Angeles Pride parade will air as a 90-minute prime-time special on the KABC-TV, which will also broadcast the event online.
The special will highlight local unsung heroes, queer culture and community activists, through historical vignettes and current interviews. .
Guests include Raven-Symoné, Karl Schmid.Alex Newell, Amara La Negra, Bob the Drag Queen, Carson Kressley, Erika Jayne, Hayley Kiyoko, Jake Borelli, Lance Bass, Lee Daniels, Leslie Jordan, Megan Hilty, Mj Rodriguez of “Pose”, Neve Campbell, Sandra Bernhard, Shea Diamond, the Pussycat Dolls, Trixie Mattel and more.
- How to watch: Where: On the Los Angeles ABC7 website.
Sunday, June 28 at Noon
This serves as a virtual substitute to the annual Pride March.
This year’s event will celebrate the frontline workers and honor several leading members of the LGBTQIA+ community as Grand Marshals. They include Peng Yanzi, the director of LGBT Rights Advocacy China; transgender activist Victoria Cruz; and the Ali Forney Center, an organization that provides safe housing options and resources for LGBTQIA+ youths.
There will also be special appearances and performances by Janelle Monáe, Deborah Cox, Billy Porter, Luisa Sonza, among others.
- Broadcasting on ABC on Sunday, June 28 from 12:00 to 2:00 pm EDT
Mayim Balik hosts ‘FunOrthodox,’ a star-studded evening of comedy and music to benefit Eshel, the advocacy organization that serves the Orthodox LGBT+ community.
Performers include Emmy Award-winning comedians Bruce Vilanch and Judy Gold, Leah Gottfried (and the cast of the hit web series “Soon by You”), Cory Kahaney (“Last Comic Standing”) and many more
- Watch on facebook.com/events/631078884161823/.
- Free but donations are requested.
June 28 to July 5
Pride Inside, From Amnesty International UK
Pride Inside is a collaboration among Amnesty International UK, Black Pride UK, Stonewall UK and ParaPride
This is an ongoing digital celebration bringing together an international group of L.G.B.T.Q. artists, musicians, comedians, D.J.s and activists for performances, talks and workshops.
The goal is to raise awareness about how some studies have found that the pandemic may disproportionately affect L.G.B.T.Q. people. .
Find a list of additional events in Europe, San Francisco, Boston, and more in this NY Times article.