Official launch of the 360 Edition of the Montréal Pride Festival


7 days of celebrations with more than 150 artists, 60 events, 6 DJ sets, 1 T Dance and 8 shows!

The 360 Edition of the Montreal Pride Festival was officially launched this morning at an event presented online and on MAtv. From August 10 to 16, 2020, more than 150 artists, 60 activities, 6 DJ sets and 8 free shows will take place over the 7 days of the multi-platform edition, which is adapted to the distancing measures. Notably, BackxwashMelissa EtheridgeDominique JacksonAdam Lambert, Misstress BarbaraNgaboRufus WainwrightCanada’s Drag Race Queens and judge Brooke Lynn Hytes will offer colourful performances on different platforms.

360 Edition of the Montreal Pride Festival

“Let’s remember that it was only 30 years ago that the violent police raid at the Sex Garage party led to a liberation and emancipation movement in the city! We must remember this event to celebrate the advancement of our cause, and to continue it. This year, with physical distancing measures, it is even more important for people of the sexual and gender diversity to be able to come together virtually, as the situations of vulnerability they face have been compounded by isolation. We hope that this edition can bring comfort and happiness! “said Marie-Ève Baron, Vice-President. 

A 360 program that represents our communities! 
The sexual and gender diversity communities are numerous, diverse and driven by different realities and issues. It is in this context that a daily theme will be presented in the form of vox pop, information capsules, conferences and of course, festive activities! The full programming is available on the official Montreal Pride Festival website and via its Facebook page!

Thanks to our Partners 
The festival is pleased to count on the essential support of partners such as the Government of Quebec, the Government of Canada, the City of Montreal, Tourisme Montreal, Casino de Montreal, Fido, Trojan, Bell Media, Fugues, SAQ, Rio Tinto, Greencooper, CTV, MAtv as well as CJAD, Virgin Radio, Rouge FM,, CHOM 97, Extra, Montreal Times, Washington Blade, Gay City News and Attitude.

About the Montreal Pride Festival 
Since 2007, at the initiative of Montreal’s LGBTQ+ communities, the Montreal Pride Festival has been promoting their rights and celebrating their cultural richness and social advances. The largest gathering of the communities of sexual and gender diversity (SGD) in the Francophone world works locally on a daily basis while serving as a beacon of hope for people living in LGBTQ+ hostile regions of the globe. In 2019, the festival generated a total attendance of 3.4 million admissions. In 2020, the festivities will be held from August 10 to 16. More information is available on the web page, the Facebook page, as well as Twitter and Instagram accounts.

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