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Pride Day @ Faneuil Hall2019-04-17T11:10:53-04:00
Boston Pride - Pride Day at Faneuil Hall

General Information

Saturday, June 1, 2019
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
12noon – 5pm
Rain or Shine
Free and Open to the public
All Ages

Questions? Contact Tina Rosado at [email protected].

Pride Day at Faneuil Hall

Fun for the Whole Family!

Head down to Faneuil Hall Marketplace for an energetic day of free family-friendly entertainment, featuring local artists, youth acts, drag performances, and more.

2019 Lineup includes

Zola is a 16-year-old singer-songwriter from Cambridge, MA. In 2013 Portraits of America profiled her on their website for busking on the streets of Boston at 10 years old. In 2014, she was featured on the TJ Show at AMP Radio performing “Counting Stars.” Her single “Real to You,” produced through B4 Records, can be found on iTunes and Spotify. In 2018 Zola released her first EP titled “In Plain Sight” which can be found on Apple Music, Spotify and most other music streaming platforms.

No HugsNo/Hugs is an intense alternative five piece piece based in Boston, MA. They deliver chilling live performances, mind blowing musicianship and an edgy sound with bold spurs of prog rock, blues and pop-punk. The show is incomparable, led by the massive lead vocals of Narcissus A-Ngel, who has been compared to Melissa Etheridge and Janis Joplin by international publications. Handpicked by Kevin Lyman to open the entire Mansfield Vans Warped Tour on the Full Sail University Stage, No/Hugs debuted their new single “Your Satisfaction is Fake” on July 27th 2018. Currently the band is celebrating their endorsement with AUDIX MICRPHONES AT NAMM 2019 with four performances as well as an upcoming SXSW national tour in March.

Longe, formerly Angelo David, is a 17-year-old singer/songwriter and keyboard player from Boston who began writing songs at age 8. His songwriting is a platform to raise awareness about current issues that relate to his own personal experiences growing up including social inclusion, empowering teens to find their voice, and embracing originality.  His first CD was released in 2013, along with his first music videos, “House Is Burning Down” (a song about being bullied) and “Mirror” (an introspection). On June 8, 2013, “House is Burning Down” trended at #4 worldwide on YouTube as one of the most popular music videos around the web.

“UNKNOWN HYPE” Boston’s newest Urban Hip Hop Dance Company was founded In October 2014 by 19 Year Old ARTISTIC DIRECTOR, Choreographer, Music Producer, and Dancer KYWON EDWARDS JR. at the age of 17. The group is formed of 26 talented, educated and dedicated members. As a new group we have been granted so many great opportunities such as being invited to perform at the Battle of The Sexes Hair Show/Competition presented by Muffen Moses, World of Dance presented by Jennifer Lopez, Tinys Wonderland presented by T.I. & Tiny Harris and Tamara Whitacker and Prelude New England presented by Phunk Phenomenon. UHDC operates out of The Mildred Ave Community Center located in Mattapan Ma. ran by Kywon Edwards and Three other Executive members.

Phunk SnapPhunk Snap is a group of all gay male dancers who bring something different to the table! Originating out of PHUNK PHENOMENON not only do we dance to raise awareness for Sanfilippo Syndrome but also dance to show everyone out there that you CAN be different and not feel self-conscious about who you are no mater your sexuality, race/ethnicity, gender identity, religion, culture, country, likes/dislikes, political affiliation, and so forth! Our goal is to show the world that you can do anything you set your mind too while being yourself at all times. Just live life the way YOU want too!

QWAMEstablished in 2016, QWAM (Queens With A Mission) champions for self confidence across the Boston Dance Scene and the greater LGTBQ community. As a diverse all male dance crew, we are a family who wants to express and experience dance in a colorful variety of genres. We encourage everyone to embrace their royalty across the East Coast including in our very own showcase Reignbow; a showcase of queer/ally talent.

Ethos was founded in 1973 by a grassroots coalition of community activists and social service providers. Their pioneering vision was to create an alternative to prevailing institutional models of care, which they believed robbed the elderly and disabled of their autonomy and disconnected them from social and community life. Ethos has grown considerably since that time and, while much has changed, our commitment to the independence, dignity and wellbeing of elders and the disabled remains as strong as ever. Ethos has a long track record of breaking new ground. Many of our early pilot programs are now standard offerings across the nation. These include paratransit services, home-delivered meals, home care, case management, crisis intervention, and culturally appropriate services and programs. This spirit of innovation continues to propel Ethos forward. More recent initiatives include developing services tailored for LGBT elders, promoting healthy aging through evidence-based trainings, organizing age-friendly communities, and facilitating peer-based solutions for aging in place.