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San Diego Pride Announces Full Lineup For 2019 Festival, Melissa Etheridge and King Princess Headline

Tickets On Sale Now For 45th Annual San Diego Pride Festival, July 13-14 in Balboa Park

San Diego CASan Diego Pride announced today the full lineup of entertainment for the 2019 Pride Festival, held at Marston Point in Balboa Park, Saturday, July 13 to Sunday, July 14. Boasting the largest queer representation to date, entertainers and performers include headliners Melissa Etheridge and King Princess. The festival hosts over 100 entertainers across four stages- The Stonewall Main Stage, Movement Stage (Hip-Hop), Mundo Latino Stage (Latinx) and Euphoria Stage (EDM).

This year’s theme is “Stonewall 50: A Legacy of Liberation,” to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and to honor the Stonewall generation, their activism, and all that the LGBTQ community has gained through their efforts.
Lineup Includes:
For the full line up and schedule visit sdpride.org/festival-lineup/. For more information about the festival visit sdpride.org/festival. Tickets can be purchased at www.bit.ly/sdf19.
Guests are encouraged to save money and time by purchasing festival tickets in advance. Festival general admission tickets are $20 for single-day admission and $25 for a weekend pass. All GA tickets will be $30 at the gate. VIP access is $175 in advance or $200 at the gate if not sold out. Discounted $15 senior general admission passes available at the box office. Meet & Greet tickets are available for King Princess and are sold out for Melissa Etheridge. Volunteers and youth high school-aged and younger will be admitted free.
For a full list of events, visit our website at sdpride.org/events. For more information about accommodations, services, or if you have a general question regarding accessibility, please contact accessibility@sdpride.org.
San Diego Pride was formed in 1974 as a sponsored program of The Center for Social Services which produced the first Lesbian and Gay Parade in San Diego in 1975 to celebrate the 1969 Stonewall Rebellion on New York’s Christopher Street. San Diego Pride was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 1994.
Tickets for the San Diego Pride Festival are currently on sale at www.sdpride.org. All proceeds from the festival and parade support San Diego Pride’s LGBTQ-centered philanthropy and year-round education and advocacy programs. Invite your friends on Facebook at www.bit.ly/sdpf19.

About San Diego Pride
San Diego Pride is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which has distributed more than $2.7 million in the advancement of its mission: “fostering pride, equality, and respect for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities locally, nationally, and globally.” You can learn more about the organization by visiting sdpride.org.