Greater Palm Springs Pride


Calendar
Nov 6, 2020 12:00 am - Nov 8, 2020 12:00 am
Location
Free
About Event

Nov 6-8, 2020

Please note that with current state and county COVID-19 guidelines, large events are not allowed to occur in California.  We are watching for updates to state, county, and city guidelines and have posted our current list of Pride Week Programs below.  Of course, we know you will understand parties and large gatherings just cannot occur during this health crisis.

Thank you for your support of our virtual and socially distanced opportunities

Virtual Pride Experience – Exist. Persist. Resist.

FREE Pride celebration in Southern California

Key Dates – 

October

  • Prime Time Pride – Producer and Host of PromoHomo.TV Nicholas Snow will present the online series “Prime Time Pride” every Tuesday in October at 7:00 PM PDT (Oct. 6, 13, 20, and 27) and nightly Nov 3, 4, 5, and 6. All programs are free to watch and will be broadcast live on Facebook.

Friday, November 6 –

  • Flag Raising presented by Gilead 10:00 am watch us on Facebook @ PalmSprings.Pride
  • Interfaith Pride Kabbalat Shabbat (online) – 6:30 pm
  • Drive-in Movie Night presented by Nissan. Nov 6 at the Palm Springs Cultural Center
  • Light Up The Night presented by Gay Desert Guide – Go Rainbow citywide effort to encourage displaying pink lights and rainbow theme decorations to show solidarity and support for the LGBTQ community

Saturday, November 7 – Pride Car Caravan (free to participate)

  • Front Runners Pride 5K run and walk – click here for details
  • Drive-in Movie Night presented by Nissan. Nov 7 at the Palm Springs Cultural Center
  • Light Up The Night presented by Gay Desert Guide – Go Rainbow citywide effort to encourage displaying pink lights and rainbow theme decorations to show solidarity and support for the LGBTQ community

Sunday, November 8 –

  • Pride T-Dance presented by KGAY 106.5.  Enjoy your own private T-Dance at home with DJ Galaxy (free online event)
  • Sorry – due to coronavirus, large gatherings are not possible so there will not be a in-person Pride Parade this year.

Palm Springs is the setting for a reimagined Pride Week program, unique to Southern California.