Massachusetts Prepares For A Busy Season Of Pride Events
LGBT community looks forward to celebrations, parades, and festivals in 2013
Boston, MA (I-Newswire) March 6, 2013 - Days are getting longer, spring is in sight, and Massachusetts Pride groups are gearing up for a busy season of festivities. From East to West and in between, events, dances, and parades are just a few of the opportunities to celebrate in the coming months. For up-to-date information on LGBT happenings in Massachusetts, be sure to visit lgbtmassvacation.com.
Greater Boston Area
Boston Youth Pride, May 11
Massachusetts Youth Pride is a one-day annual festival dedicated to celebrating LGBTQ youth in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The day ends with the BAGLY Prom. bostonpride.org/youthpride
Boston Pride Week, May 31 – June 9
Boston’s Pride Week is a ten-day event centered around the Pride Parade and Festival. The week includes a kick off party, several night club events, a human rights and education discussion, and a block party. bostonpride.org/prideweek
North of Boston
North Shore Pride, June 29
Following last year’s first ever North Shore Pride event, this year’s celebration in Salem will feature dancers, singers, bands, and more, with the Pride parade at the center of it all. northshorepride.org
Cape Cod and the Islands
Provincetown Family Pride Week, August 3 – 10
LGBT parents, their children, their extended families, prospective parents and friends will gather at the tip of Cape Cod in gay-friendly Provincetown, to relax and enjoy an amazing week filled with great conversations, singing, dancing, games, beach parties and so much more! familyequality.org
Carnival 2013 (Provincetown), August 18 – 24
With the theme this year being Viva Las Vegas, Carnival, one of the most popular LGBT events in Massachusetts, promises to be quite the party. Costumes, boat cruises, pool parties, and a clambake are just a few of the activities in the works. ptown.org/carnival.asp
Worcester Pride, September 7
A celebration on the Common and a parade will be part of this fun-filled day in Worcester. Additional details will be announced soon on worcesterpride.org.
Noho Pride’s 32nd Annual LGBT Pride Event
Noho Pride's 32nd Annual LGBT Pride Event happens on May 4, 2013, in Northampton, MA. Kicking off the LGBT Pride season in New England, the Noho Pride Event begins at noon with a fabulous parade through downtown Northampton to the Three County Fair Grounds for an all day celebration. site.nohopride.org
Springfield Pride, May 30-June 5
In addition to the annual Pride celebration, 2013 will mark the premiere of This is Who We Are, a documentary about the history of the LGBTQ community and past Pride events in Springfield. Save the dates and stay tuned to springfieldmasspride.org for details.
The Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism (MOTT) is the state agency dedicated to promoting Massachusetts as a leisure-travel destination. An integral part of the state’s economy, tourism generates close to $1 billion in state and local taxes and $15.5 billion in travel related expenditures and supports 121,700 in-state jobs.
The Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism’s “Ask a Local” iPhone application, now available on iTunes is an on-the-move guide provides travel information, “local” tips, and deals from Massachusetts’ hotels, attractions, restaurants, and shopping destinations. www.massvacation.com
For more information, contact:
Lisa Simmons, Director of Communications
Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism
Victoria Cimino, Public Relations Supervisor
Mobile #617-470-8878; Office #617-521-5428
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