Historically, the month
of June has been recognized as Pride month to commemorate the Stonewall riots.
Although it has been celebrated for more than 50 years, June was officially
declared Pride month in 2000.
Pride in Brampton is a
celebration of people coming together in love and friendship, to show how far
the rights have come, and how in some places there’s still
work to be done. We are a city committed to addressing the unique challenges
that face the community as a result of their intersectional
identities, and champions to creating safe space for Pride to be celebrated.
The City of Brampton is committed to addressing the unique challenges that the LGBTQIA2S+ community face and champions to create a safe and inclusive space where the community and Pride can be recognized and celebrated.
Join us for a:
- Co-headliner performance, with local acts, a DJ and a host
- Sponsor giveaways
- Engagement with community groups and organizations that provide services and support to the LGBTQIA2S+ communities in Brampton and
surrounding Peel area
- Free face painting
- Free photo booth
- Local food and beverage partners
Safety and comfort are priorities throughout Pride. City Hall Conservatory will be a dedicated safe-space and accessible and all-gender washrooms will be available on-site.
2 PM Start
Spoken Word Performance by Jennifer Alicia
Drag Story Time by Mango Lassi
Meet and Greet with Mango Lassi
Band Performance by Madame Psychosis
Drag Show by Sanjina, Mallika and Anne Tique Doll
Musical Performance by Tara Lord
Dance Performance by Naach For Fun
Musical Performance by Co- Headliner, Vivek Shraya
Musical Performance by Co-Headliner, Ryland James
7 PM End*
*Times are subect to change without notice*