Throw on a pair of dancing shoes, glam up with glitter and take in PrideFest 2011, Richmond’s only festival to bring together the LGBT community. The event is quickly approaching on September 24 and we have the list of who’s setting up camp at this year’s event.
The Richmond Triangle Players are to the exploration of LGBT theater along and values community, diversity, professionalism and artistry. They are the only theater dedicated to specifically highlighting LGBT-themed works in the mid-Atlantic.
Nacho Mama’swill be providing food at the Festival. They’re also a spot on this year’s Pride Bus Route (which will be revealed next week). The Carytown Mexican restaurant and cantina also support local schools and charities through fundraising.
If you are interested in being a vendor for the event, late registration is open until September 22. For more information on becoming a vendor, visit the EventBrite page here. VA PrideFest is Saturday, September 24 at Kanawha Plaza, 8th & Canal St.
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