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The SoMa District is the location of the parade that Little Rock hosts to celebrate Pride Month



Little Rock, Arkansas – Pride Month is a celebration of love, acceptance, inclusion, and the bravery of people who identify as members of the LGBTQIA+ community (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual). Pride Month begins on Saturday and continues until the end of the month.

The SoMa District of the city that serves as the capital of the Natural State is playing home to a magnificent festival and parade to bring in the celebration in grand fashion.

SoMa 501 and Central Arkansas Pride are the organizations that are hosting the party, and their purpose is to raise money for LGBTQIA+ organizations in the surrounding area.

The event is centered on Main Street, where there will be a parade moving from 22nd Street to 12th Street and a festival that will span from 12th Street to 17th Street across the street. On Saturday, it will continue until five o’clock in the afternoon.

There will be live music performances at the event, including performances by MonsterBoy Lives, The Baby Magic, and Butterfly from New Orleans. Additionally, the festival will feature hundreds of street merchants and food trucks.

If you want to see all of the coverage that we have from the event, check out the photo gallery.


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