Somewhere Over The Rainbow
2017 PROVO PRIDE Festival – Saturday, September 16
Provo Pride is a small non-profit group of people who love the LGBTQ+ community and hope to make Utah County a better place. And try as we might, we just can’t do it alone! We love hearing fresh ideas, and making something great happen—together. Whether it be as a ground-level volunteer assisting with our events, a corporate sponsor whose funding we rely on, or a vendor at our upcoming Provo Pride Festival, we need your help.
Are you interested in attending our Provo Pride Council meetings to help plan the festival and other monthly events? If so, we are in need of committed and passionate individuals like you with something unique to offer.
Do you represent a corporation or non-profit group that would like to sponsor this year’s Provo Pride Festival? There are many levels of sponsorship, starting as low as $25. We couldn’t do it without you!
Maybe you run a food truck selling gourmet sliders, or sell hand-crafted jewelry, or need to get the word out about your awesome charity. Whatever it might be, we’d love for you to have a booth at this year’s Provo Pride Festival.
In the news
By Kaitlyn Bancroft Colorful tent canopies, flags and costumes burst outside the historic Utah County Courthouse during the fifth annual Provo Pride Festival on Sept.
Braley Dodson – Daily Herald The fifth Provo Pride Festival was in the heart of Provo, at the Historic Utah County Courthouse downtown, right
By Scott D. Pierce It’s hard to say which group of football fans was more surprised to see a gay pride festival in Provo
Dominic Valente; Daily Herald – Jason Boren was 17 when he first came out of the closet to his family. But it wasn’t until 20 years later
The Daily Herald – In Provo, the word “community” is often synonymous with the word “church.” For those in Utah County who do not affiliate