Boston Pride Festival & Concert

One of the hallmarks of Boston Pride is the annual Festival. While we can’t be on the Boston Common together this year, we can gather in community on the Boston Pride website.

Traditionally, visitors to the Boston Pride Festival experience the 100+ exhibitors representing organizations and companies from all around the region.  In light of the pandemic, Boston Pride is bringing the Festival to community members’ homes, so everyone can safely participate.

For the entirety of Pride Week, June 5 through June 12, Boston Pride is offering a space for exhibitors to showcase all their organizations have to offer. Each exhibitor has a short description and introduction video for visitors to learn about their products and services. Visitors will then be directed to the individual exhibitors’ websites.  

On June 13, the date for which the Boston Pride Festival was originally scheduled, the virtual Festival will be going live. Each vendor is able to create an interactive portal through which they can engage directly with attendees, to share what they do, and to answer questions. 

For a complete list of vendors as well as up-to-date information and access to the virtual Festival, visit https://www.bostonpride.org/virtual-festival.

EVENT DETAILS

Saturday, June 8

bostonpride.org/virtual-festival
Logo of the MBTA
Free and open to the public
Logo of the MBTA
Free and open to the public
The largest Pride gathering in New England draws in over 150,000 queers and allies this year both to celebrate the 50-year legacy of the Stonewall Uprising and to set the stage for the next five decades of our fight for inclusion, equity, and social justice.
The largest Pride gathering in New England draws in over 150,000 queers and allies this year both to celebrate the 50-year legacy of the Stonewall Uprising and to set the stage for the next five decades of our fight for inclusion, equity, and social justice.

Boston Area Trans Support, pictured here at the 2019 Festival, will be amongst the vendors at this year’s virtual Festival. Credit: Marilyn Humphries.

While the Family Fun Zone will be missed this year, we look forward to welcoming everyone back to this beloved family program in 2021. Credit: Marilyn Humphries.