Phoenix Pride 2010

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Phoenix Pride is Arizona’s Largest Gay and Lesbian festival celebrating it's 30th year in 2010. Since 1981, Phoenix Gay Pride has grown to draw over 40,000 attendees from all over. Compensation is offered for performers at the Bistro and Main Stage. Lodging can be provided for out of town acts./n/nPhoenix Pride Celebration is Arizona’s Largest Gay and Lesbian festival. Since 1989, Phoenix Gay Pride has grown to draw over 40,000 attendees from all over. Comepensation will be offered to artists selected for the Bistro and Main Stage based on draw.

The 2010 event Celebrates 30 years of Pride in Phoenix and the introduction of the new name Phoenix Pride Foundation. Pride Foundation event funds several programs that give back to the community, including a multitude of Phoenix LGBT non-profit agencies and scholarships.

The festival has a bit of everything for everyone, from merchants and an art expo to interactive games, rides and 5 stages of live entertainment:

  • 2 dance stages = High energy, hip hop, pop, latin and country

  • 1 Lakeside Community = From dance, comedy, drag, crown holders and more. The best of the best and some of the newest Community performers in Arizona

  • 1 Bistro = smaller softer variety of live musicians from all over the United states.

  • 1 Main Stage= National acts with some local headliners, inluding Sonicbids artists.

All genres are encouraged to submit. Phoenix Pride foundation is a not-for-profit agency that offers a lot of exposure and advertisement in addition to moderate pay. Lodging is provided for out of town acts.

This is a great opportunity for artists to showcase their talents and perform in front of a lively, broad-ranging audience. Past performers include Deborah Cox, Gin Blossoms, Taylor Dyane, Ce Ce Penniston, Kat De Luna, and much more.

Phoenix Pride foundation promotes unity, visibility and self-esteem among lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgenders persons. It promotes a positive image for Arizona and the Southwestern United States through community activities and services.