Sam's Town Point
"...Austin rolls in the 2013 line-up of the annual Pride Parade..."
"...On June 6, 2009, a few hundred of us gathered under the South First Street Bridge in pink evening light. The parade had a roster requiring every available space around and under the bridge that year..."
"...Austin's Pride Week capped off on Sat., Aug. 27 with a thunderous parade stretching from the Capitol all the way down to Fourth Street..."
"...Austin Pride has been officially rescheduled. Split into two dates three weeks apart, the parade will march Saturday, Sept..."
"...It is a concept. And this year, in Austin, for Austin Pride 2010, QueerBomb has legs and will manifest in the form of a parade and a party (see listings) – one night in Austin without corporate sponsorship and without random unenforceable platitudes..."
"...Austin Pride President Paul Huddleston issued a statement this morning: “After much discussion, the safety of guests and participants is our priority. The board along with the City of Austin has decided to reschedule the festival and parade..."
"...Have a look: Meshell Ndegeocello, Pansy Division, Los Bad Apples, Amy Cook, Run of the Mill, Hedda Layne, Flamin' Desire, and Kings N Things. Oh! And then, a parade! Sat., June 14, noon..."
"...As co-founder of two nonprofits (Austin Justice Coalition and Counter Balance: ATX), Mann is passionate about empowering the city's marginalized communities and eradicating what she sees as systems of oppression – from the prison industrial complex to the county's Commissioners Court. She's also one of two grand marshals in Saturday's Pride Parade..."
"...Is it just us, or does Austin Pride get a little closer to Pride month every year? Oh well, a party's a party, right? Save the dates, because this year the festival and parade are on August 29. Of course, the whole week prior is going to be packed to capacity..."
"...VERY IMPORTANT PRIDE VIP access, baby! Here is your ticket to the big time! Special access to a special lounge with special food and special drinkiewinkies. Plus! A special parade viewing zone and special goodies for very, very, very special people..."
"...30), to celebrate LGBTQ Pride. The fabulous festivities resume a month after Hurricane Harvey forced Austin Pride to move the 2017 Parade and Festival (which was rescheduled separately for Oct..."
"...Austin Pride Parade This has been an especially special year for LGBT forward movement. The annual Austin Pride Parade (happening right after the fest) is the best chance you have to drop the facade, disregard differences, and join in with, oh, about 150,000 – according to city of Austin estimates – of your closest freaks, fagatrons, fabulosos, family, and friends, and celebrate our delicious sloppy diversity and ultimately our common cause: Coexistence-acceptance-love..."
"...Saturday: There are SO.MANY.OPTIONS for the queer grrrl contingent tonight. Of course we've got the festival if ya feel like day trippin' to Fiesta Gardens, and the parade starts parading at 8pm (look for the Gay Placers!), but the parties really start after the procession ends...."
"...• ALL BOOTHS, SPONSOR OPPORTUNITIES, PARADE ENTRIES, VENDOR SLOTS, ETC. ARE SOLD OUT OR CLOSED..."
"...Starting August 22 with the WERK Fashion Show featuring designers from Project Runway, Austin Pride runs through the week, wrapping up on August 29 with the big gay family reunion, Austin PRIDE Festival (11am-6pm) and Parade (8pm-11pm)...."
"...Of course the AGLCC is no virgin to planning Pride events, having organized the annual Gay Pride Parade for the past 7 years. But with adding the Festival to its program, that means the AGLCC will pretty much "own" Pride in Austin -- and will require a whole new approach in their event planning, promotion, sponsorship solicitations, publicity and volunteer coordination..."
"...• Girl Scouts of Central Texas Every year, a certain troop rolls in the Austin Pride parade. Generally, the org is LGBT-accepting..."
"...A couple whiffs of poppers amidst dirty looks, and I was in heaven. Then it was parade time...."
"...Holmberg: I came out when I was 23 or 24, and we went to L.A. for their Gay Pride parade..."