The Dallas Arts District Observes Pride Proudly

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The Dallas Arts District, in collaboration with the Dallas Museum of Art Late Nights and Nasher Sculpture Center ‘til Midnight, present the second annual Dallas Arts District Pride Block Party this Friday, June 21. In celebration of National LGBTQ Pride Month, join the Dallas Arts District from 6 p.m. to midnight for pride-themed tours, performances, story-time, movies, local artists, food trucks, makers and artisans, drag shows, runways, outdoor activities, and much more.

Featuring local musicians, dance groups, artists, and activities for all ages, this is an event for the whole family. The free block party takes the arts to the intersection of Harwood and Flora in the Dallas Arts District and features performances on the outdoor Main Stage, from Dezi 5, K.Avett, Chris Chism, Bandan Koro African Dance Ensemble, Ollimpaxqui Ballet, along with many other performers. At the DMA, catch The Rose Room Cast or listen to a live recording of the History is Gay podcast. Highlights at Nasher Sculpture Center include music from The Wild Frontiers and IDT.

After 10 p.m., let your Pride flag fly with a Drag Queen Fashion Finale on Dallas Arts District’s main stage; the movie Too Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything Julie Neumar in the Nasher Sculpture Center garden; or a Late Night Forum at the Dallas Museum of Art, Kiki Ball with United Black Ellument.

Celebrate Pride Month and mark the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, and honor all of the milestones that the LGTBQ community has accomplished.

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