June 10, 2021

Indy Pride Festival Will Be Virtual, But Will Still Have a Community Feel

Indy Pride Festival participants can explore a venue map, and connect with vendors, businesses, and organizations on the Indy Pride website. - Doug Jaggers/WFYI

Indy Pride Festival participants can explore a venue map, and connect with vendors, businesses, and organizations on the Indy Pride website.

Doug Jaggers/WFYI

This year’s Indy Pride Festival will again be held virtually.

Board President Tanner Alexander said participants can explore a venue map, and connect with vendors, businesses, and organizations.

“I can confidently say this virtual experience is the closest thing to an in-person event that we can offer,” Alexander said.

Alexander said the virtual experience can still provide a feeling of community.

“Our entire philosophy for the last several months has been to stay connected.  That’s why we have had so many events that has brought so many people together throughout the year and we wanted to keep that practice with our festival,” Alexander said.

The festival runs from 12 to 8 p.m. Saturday on the Indy Pride website.

Alexander said Indy Pride hopes to hold in-person events later this summer and fall.

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