Sunday, Nov. 13 – Come Out With Pride
Today, Lake Eola Park will play host to the previously postponed Come Out With Pride parade and festival. And in case you missed our extensive coverage of the festivities last month, be sure to read our Oct. 6 cover story "In the name of love (pride)," which highlights a few reasons why Orlando Weekly is proud of Orlando's LGBT community.
The Pride parade will start at 4 p.m. at the corner of East Robinson Street and North Summerlin Avenue, showcasing a barrage of colorfully decorated floats and ending with a massive outdoor party around the lake featuring more than 100 retail, food and community vendors. We also grabbed the lakeside entertainment schedule from the Come out With Pride website, as shown below.
Noon-8 p.m. On Stage: DJ David Nicoll (with Logo TV's Jonathan D. Lovitz as emcee)
2 p.m. Breakthrough Production presents: Breaking Down the Barriers3 p.m. Rally with dignitaries and special guest speaker Orlando Sentinel's Scott Maxwell 4 p.m. Parade 6 p.m. Main Stage entertainment begins: The Abbey Presents: Altar Boyz Chris Leavy & Janine Klein Fashion Cabaret hosted by Andrea Canney Pride Fashion 2011 Winning Designer The Orlando Gay Chorus 7:30 p.m. Fireworks in the Sky show presented by the Vue at Lake Eola For a parade map, list of festival vendors and event information, visit the official Come Out With Pride website.
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