Charlotte recognizes the value of being committed to equality and inclusion. Therefore, we want every visitor, resident and worker to feel that their voice is heard, and they can participate fully in our community without fear of discrimination. We are excited to share our dynamic and innovative city with such a diverse group. Though we are a city of nearly one million people, we still have the heart of a small town. We will always nurture a culture where community service is more than an ideal, it is a way of life. In fact, it is our aim to promote a LGBTQIA pride primarily for, but not limited to, members of the Black community while building social awareness, embracing spirituality and celebrating the diversity that exists within our community.
Charlotte Pride Festival 2021
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From nosh to nightlife, here are our best bets for seeing the most of the Queen City. AvidXchange Music Factory. In the heart of Uptown, this rollicking night spot promises an evening fit for a queen. Strike City offers boozy bowling and dueling pianists face off at Howl at the Moon. For a more low key evening, catch a flick at the on-site movie theater, Studio Movie Grill.
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Ready for a night out? These gay bars are the city's top picks. Queen City? More like Kween City! Just be careful with those death drops.
Charlotte, N. This decision was not made lightly and both organizations have worked together out of collective concern for the safety, health, and wellness of our local community. We know this decision will hit our community hard, as it did for our board, staff, and volunteers. In-person events may be cancelled, but we know that Pride itself can never be silenced.