Although PrideFest was originally postponed from June until September, organizers decided this week to cancel the event for 2020 with the intention to return with great gusto in 2021.
The first major Milwaukee summer festival has joined the rest of the city, and the nation, in altering its plans in the face of the current global coronavirus pandemic. But that doesn't mean cancellation.
Get ready to unleash your fabulousness on these Milwaukee streets with this guide to the things you can do to make the most of your PrideFest weekend - including pre-parties, brunch, shows to see and the places to be before and after the fest.
It's almost heeeeeere! PrideFest Milwaukee - the world's largest LGBTQ pride festival staffed entirely by volunteers - jumpstarts the summer festival season.
PrideFest is one of the brightest parts of the year, and now, with the help of Cranky Al's, this sweet time has gotten even sweeter with the introduction of some special Pride-themed donuts that donate to a good cause.
For the first year, OnMilwauke is a sponsor of the Milwaukee Pride Parade. This spirited celebration of gay pride takes place this Sunday, June 10 at 2 p.m. Look for "The OnMilwaukee Love Bus."
Milwaukee's first official Pride Ride - called "Ride With Pride!" - will take place next month during Pride Weekend.
Milwaukee PrideFest is almost upon us, and the nation's largest LGBT festival is even bigger than ever this year. So to help you plan out your perfect PrideFest weekend, here's the festival's full entertainment lineup.
Milwaukee Pride today announced the headliner lineup for the nation's largest LGBT+ festival, celebrating its 31st year this summer. And this year, the party is getting even larger, expanding to a fourth day.
"Tinder Live with Lane Moore" examines and soothingly lampoons the weird world of mobile-app dating. Before her show Friday night at Turner Hall, we talked to Moore about the concept, show experience, why it's not as exploitative as you think and how we all kind of suck at dating anyway.
Being an Uber driver in Milwaukee is a one-of-a-kind experience that lets Dave Begel meet some interesting people, residents and visitors to the city. Everybody has a story, and Tales of the Road will highlight some of those stories.
The horrific and hateful shooting in Orlando threatened to cast a dark, tragic cloud over Milwaukee's PrideFest weekend. Instead, the community and the city came together in a defiant celebration of pride, resilience and life. The Advocate noticed.
The Pride Parade, which took place Sunday on 2nd Street in Walker's Point, drew perhaps the largest crowd of all time, packing the street for blocks and filling the neighborhood with, literally, love and rainbows.
Anyone who is easily offended or not a fan of satirical commentary should probably steer clear of the Sarah Silverman stand-up show at PrideFest this Friday. But those of us who are smitten with Sarah will be there, ready for hilarity.
This year, PrideFest, which takes place June 5-7, will feature three bathrooms labeled "gender-neutral" to ensure comfort and inclusiveness.