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June is known as Pride Month, celebrating the contributions of the LGBTQ+ community in an effort to promote unity, diversity and acceptance.

As ABC11 reports, there will be a number of events in the Triangle in observance of Pride Month. Here are some highlights to look out for!


  • ALL MONTH LONG: Raleigh Pride is hosting a month-long, city-wide celebration. Visit the Raleigh Pride website for the dates and locations of events.
  • June 1-10 at St. John’s Metropolitan Community Church: “Corpus Christi,” a Queer-themed play in honor of Pride Month. Showtime is 7 PM nightly. It’s a ‘pay what you can’ event or you can make a $15 donation.
  • June 2: Pride First Friday on Fayetteville Street with live performance art, music, 50+ local vendors, and the unveiling of our large-scale public art installation Rainbow River. Click here for more details.


  • June 1 – Durham Bulls Pride Night

  • June 4 – Pound for Pride in the Park! – 9:00 a.m. – 10 a.m. at 1937 W. Cornwallis Rd.

  • June 10 – Durham Pride Pop-Up Market from 12-9 PM at Hi-Wire Brewing: 800 Taylor St.

  • June 16 – “The House of Coxx: It’s Funny, Girl! A comedy variety show at the Carolina Theater. The one-night-only show starts at 8:00 p.m.

  • June 18 –  Tea Dance: Divas and Daddies at the Accordion Club, 2-8 PM 316 W. Geer St. The event is sponsored by The Pink Triangle.

Chapel Hill

  • June 3 –  Chapel Hill Pride: March starts at 1:15 PM at Peace & Justice Plaza; Chapel Hill Pride Promenade: 2-4 PM 140 W. Franklin St.


Click HERE for more events around the Triangle!

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