|Friday, June 2|
|Flag Raising Ceremony
City Hall Plaza (Boston, MA)
|COLOR IN MOTION: The Godfrey Hotel Boston’s Pride Week Kick-Off Party
The Godfrey Hotel Boston (505 Washington St, Boston, MA)
|Dispatches From the Plague Years:
David France and Andrew Sullivan in Conversation
Twenty Summers (29 Miller Hill Road, The Hawthorne Barn, Provincetown, MA)
|Pride Night @ Hedwig And The Angry Inch
Shubert Theatre at the Bock Center (265 Tremont St, Boston, MA)
Use code PRIDE to book!
Announcing Boston Breakers Pride Night 2017 – Boston Breakers vs. North Carolina Courage on June 24!
Boston Breakers Pride Night 2017 – Boston Breakers vs. North Carolina Courage
65 North Harvard St Boston, MA 02134
Saturday, June 24th at 4:00PM
Tickets from $30
Click here to get your tickets!
Come celebrate Pride 2017 with the Breakers on Saturday, June 24th as they take on the North Carolina Courage! Get ready for a night of fun and surprises and meet your 2017 Boston Pride Pageant winners as they begin their reign as community ambassadors! After 20 people have purchased tickets, $12 of each $30 ticket purchased will be donated to Boston Pride. Make sure to join us at The Rising in Harvard Square for an after party to continue the celebration!
For more information: http://fevo.me/bostonpride
For all questions, please reach out to Ellen Goldhammer, email@example.com, (617) 945-1704 ext. 207.
The planning committee for the Stronger Together Rally is proud to announce the following Value Statement.
Stronger Together Rally
We hold the Boston Stronger Together Rally in solidarity with the “Equality March for Unity & Pride” and partner rallies across the country.
Our intent is to center and amplify the voices of those among us who have been historically silenced and oppressed.
Now, more than ever, it is important to stand together when so many marginalized communities,
including transgender people, Black folks, Latinx folks, and all communities of color, undocumented people, indigenous people, and Muslims are under attack and hard-won rights are being assaulted.
We believe that our liberation is bound together, and that our resiliency and rootedness in our own experiences, histories and cultures increase our capacity to deconstruct the institutional and cultural structures of oppression that marginalize and divide us.
In the face of all the negativity and hate that queer individuals – and especially those living at the intersectional margins of our society – are experiencing in the current political climate, for 2017’s volume we sought an image that would boldly reaffirm that most fundamental of truths: love is love. To realize such an image, we enlisted the creative talents of award-winning Cambridge-based illustrator, filmmaker, and visual journalist Louisa Bertman.
At this year’s Pride Guide Release Party, we also screened a moving animated film that Louisa Bertman made as an accompaniment to Greg Holden’s song “Boys in the Street”, since its theme gets to the heart of Pride and expounds on the significance of this year’s cover: that public displays of queer love, in all their diversity and beauty, are powerful, even political.
The film resonated deeply with many of our attendees, who approached us at the conclusion of the evening’s program to ask that we make the film available on our website for wider viewing. In response to these requests, please find the film below.
To read the digital version of the 2017 Boston Pride Guide, or to find a printed copy near you, please visit www.bostonpride.org/guide.
During Mass. Youth Pride today, eat at Chipotle in downtown Boston to raise funds for our LGBTQ Youth !
The 2017 edition of the official Boston Pride Guide is now available both online and in print. The electronic version of the Guide is readable here. Additionally, 25,000 printed copies of the Guide are currently being distributed throughout New England. We invite you to get your copies of the Guide at a location near you by consulting our map of drop-off sites.
Thanks go to the phenomenal team of contributors and to the editorial team who poured hours of work into crafting a premium magazine for our community. Thank you as well to our advertisers who support this program of Boston Pride, and ensure that the Guide remains free to the community.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch is playing at the Boch Center Shubert Theatre from May 30 – June 11. As part of Pride Month in June, you can take advantage of a special offer that gives back to Boston Pride! Buy tickets to the show by using code PRIDE and $10 of each ticket purchase will be donated to Boston Pride. Visit http://bochcenter.org/hedwig and enter code PRIDE. Applies to the following performances while supplies last: 5/30 7:30 pm, 5/31 7:00 pm, 6/1 7:30 pm, 6/2 8:00 pm, 6/4 1:00 pm & 6:30 pm, 6/6 7:30 pm, 6/7 7:30 pm, 6/8 7:30 pm, 6/9 8:00 pm, 6/11 1:00 pm & 6:30 pm. Excludes orchestra pit.
Boston Pride revealed today the lineup for the 2017 Boston Pride Concert, to be held on Saturday, June 10th, from noon to 7pm on City Hall Plaza. The event is concurrent with the Boston Pride Festival and is free to attend. This year’s concert will welcome three national headliners: Lillie McCloud and Carlito Olivero of X Factor fame, and breakthrough artist Fantine! Additional performances will include Lyric Rachae, The Burgeoning, Connor Street, and Girls Nite Out. The event will be emceed by renowned West Coast trans* artist Adrian A of Bootie Mashup (San Francisco).
Boston Pride is proud to celebrate the return of Leah V, a.k.a. the people’s DJ, to headline the JP Block Party on Sunday, June 11th, 2017. The event will be held on Perkins Street between Centre Street and South Huntington Avenue. The party will be emceed by Sapphira Cristal!