Laramie PrideParty continues this week with another fun, engaging, and inclusive lineup. There’s something for everyone this week, from trivia and karaoke to drinking and drawing; all ending with the annual PrideFest March and a bonus Boogie this year. For the official list of events, visit the Laramie PrideFest website

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Friday, June 16

Rainbow Road Bar Crawl

A glass of bubbly pairs nicely with a rainbow this Friday night. Seven locations are on the Rainbow Road for this bar crawl, each offering a specialty drink, and proceeds of that drink going towards LaramiePridefest. 

  • When: 5 to 11:30  p.m.
  • Where: various downtown locations
  • Cost: free; drinks for purchase at each location
  • Additional Information: for an interactive map, click here

Saturday, June 17

Chalk & Proclamation March

If you survive the bar crawl, walk off any ill feelings by joining the march. Laramie Main Street Alliance will join PrideFest for cheerful chalk drawings and affirmations in the Plaza before marching back to the courthouse. 

  • When: 9-11 a.m. 
  • Where: First Street Plaza (1st & Grand)
  • Cost: Free
  • Additional Information: Proclamation reading begins at 10 a.m., and the parade follows immediately after.

Pride in the Park

The annual post-march family-friendly picnic and celebration will have live performances, food trucks, and free HIV testing provided by Laramie Reproductive Health. 

  • When: 12-5 p.m.
  • Where: Washington Park Bandshell
  • Cost: free
  • Additional Information: Nonprofits and other statewide organizations will have informational tables at the picnic. 

PrideFest Boogie

End PrideFest by movin’ and groovin’ at The Collective, with lobby space for gathering and talking. 

  • When: 6-8 p.m. 
  • Where: 100 S. 2nd
  • Cost: Free
  • Additional Information: Dancers are asked to shake it solo unless invited to dance together. 

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