June 10, 2017
Volunteer Park Pride Festival
Experience Seattle Pride’s return to where it all started, on Capitol Hill, with a celebration of LGBTQ Arts, Performance, and Culture! Join us for the Volunteer Park Pride Festival (formally known as the Pride Family Picnic)! The festival is a chance for family and friends to come together in one of Seattle’s iconic parks and celebrate our amazing community.
All the fun begins on Saturday from noon to 7 pm, June 10th at Volunteer Park in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. The festival will feature guest speakers from the community, live music, food trucks and a beer garden!
The 2017 Volunteer Park Pride Festival is turning up the volume this year with musical performances by the following artists:
Mode Music Studios’ Nuclear Quartet
DJ Toya B
BIG DIPPER: A rapper, DJ, and music video artist from Los Angeles, also known as “hip-hop’s raunchiest bear.”
DOUBLE DUCHESS: San Francisco’s queer electro-hop duo, known for their “explosive and mesmerizing live performances.”
SASSYBLACK: A space-aged singer and producer, and the “goddess of electronic psychedelic soul & hologram funk.”
SISTERS: Seattle’s beloved experimental pop-rock duo, whose only goal is to “make you feel, and feel good.”
PROM QUEEN: A dreamy vintage-pop, doom-wop band who’ve been called “a tour de force of high camp and unrepentant glitz.”
MODE MUSIC STUDIOS’ NUCLEAR QUARTET: A group of Seattle’s most talented future rock stars who will kick-off the day’s events with a selection of Pride-inspired pop cover hits.
DJ TOYA B: A soul, hip-hop and dance DJ “addicted to glitter, hip hop glamour and Barbie doll fashion.”