2020 Pride events to enjoy from home!

Are you missing Pride? Here are some events—local and international—that are free and open to the public, all to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month!

Local Events:

Read Black Pride Book Chat – Hosted by the Pima County Public Library Kindred Team

Saturday, June 27

1:00-3:00pm PST

Celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month by reading the works of queer Black authors across the gender and sexuality spectrum. Come with book titles in order to share your excitement with curious, like-minded readers and leave with a list of more to try!

Virtual Arizona Pride - Pride Weekend

June 19-21

Juneteenth Celebration

Friday, June 19, 8pm PST

Celebrating Black excellence in Arizona’s LGBTQ+ Community with dance, music, and drag performances. NexGen Arizona will provide information on voter registration and voting by mail as part of promoting civic engagement at the event.

Flagstaff Pride Live

Saturday, June 20, 3 pm PST

Bisbee Pride

Sunday, June 21, 11 am PST

Phoenix Rises

Friday, June 19

7-9 pm PST

Tune in for online drag performances by local performers to raise money for Phoenix based charities and grassroots organizations.

Queer the Census AZ Town Hall

Saturday, June 20

1:00-2:00pm PST

LGBTQ+ Community leaders will talk about the importance of the census and help you complete your 2020 census form.

Global Events:

#WorkPride

Monday through Friday, June 22 through 26

#WorkPride is an online conference for professionals, graduates, and employers to support the LGBTQ+ business community. Speakers will present on topics of inclusiveness, employee resource groups and networks, as well as well-being and support.

Pride Live Stonewall Day

Friday, June 26

24-hours

A global livestream event intended to raise funds for LGBTQ+ organizations most affected by COVID-19. Check out their twitter account for more information.

Global Pride

Saturday, June 27

24-Hour Live Stream

Global Pride is going to be the first world-wide LGBTQ+ event of its kind with a focus on the Black Lives Matter movement. You can expect musical acts, drag performances, and remarks from several world leaders with Todrick Hall as the host!

NYC Based Events:

Black Queer Town Hall

June 19-21

Performances, discussions, and fundraising opportunities for #BlackLivesMatter presented by Black LGBTQ+ organizations and drag performers including Peppermint and Bob the Drag Queen. The event will focus on “pathways to dismantle racism and white supremacy, and demand an end to police brutality.”

Out Now Live

Monday, June 22

5pm PST

Performances, speeches, storytelling and more from influential LGBTQ+ folk and allies including Adam Lambert, Raven-Symoné, Whoopi Goldberg, Jazz Jennings, King Princess, Phoebe Bridgers, Princess Nokia, and more. This event is also a fundraiser for Ali Forney Center, which is a New York City-based organization that aids LGBTQ+ youth.

Human Rights Conference

Thursday, June 25

6:30am – 3:30pm PST

Check out panels from LGBTQIA+ human rights activists, artists, educators, journalists, policymakers, and students. There will also be a fireside chat with Ashlee Marie Preston and Jonathan Van Ness.

The Rally

Friday, June 26

2-5 pm PST

“Hosted by trans journalist Ashlee Marie Preston and trans actor Brian Michael Smith, join the community as we rally together to take a stand against police brutality and discrimination. Show up in force as a community to change the future and make your voice heard in this re-imagined Rally experience.”

Find More Events with The New York Times Virtual Pride Guide