Thursday, June 4, 2015
Hosted by Community of Christ; Located at First Baptist Church
(777 S 1300 E Salt Lake City)
Friday, June 5, 2015
Grand Marshal Reception
Rally and March Poster Making and Non-Profit Tables at Capitol
Saturday Stage Schedule
Born and raised in Utah, DJ Centripetal (AKA Andrew Andreasen) is by no means low-key; his love and energy of electronic dance music permeates every moment of his downtime. His latest deep question: Why is there no more elevator music? Have we advanced so far as humans that music while moving directly vertical is irrelevant?
Karaoke will be performed at the Karaoke Stage, onn the west side of the CIty-Couinty Building, all day long. Come sing along!
Utah Repertory Theater
Children’s Book Reading — Dr. Suess
A well rounded sound-rock, pop, diva a memorable vocalist
My Fair Fiend
Hauntingly soothing vocal over instrumental diverges into melancholy discordant rock an intense fragility that is uniquely theirs
A 4-piece band playing accoustic/alternative originals and covers of disparate artists.
Make us laugh, make us cry. Say something
Gypsy music with a persistent, driving brass bass, and a dazzling array of instrumentation, voices and dance moves.
Cheer Salt Lake
Salt Lake’s own precision cheer team. Marvel at their athleticism and grace
Ultimate Techno 6 Panasonic video cassette recorders, a variety of A/V mixer and pedals, 100+/- vhs tapes and an operator.
The Friday night Planet Z mixer and mix director for 97.1 KZHT.
Wasatch Wordsmiths Poetry Slam Team Comp.
Youth & College Poetry Slam Team Competition.
It is not Pride without The Court, showcasing drag performers.
Unusual, top caliber circus, cabaret, and specialty act production, guaranteed to inspire and awe.
They do Disco-Thrash—is there any other kind?
Mary Tebbs Getup
Mary Tebbs put a band of her favorite local performers together and the result is the delicious Vinegar & Pearls.
Will be a thrilling surprise, could be stand up, could be long boarding, could be music.
An experimental psychedelic trio of synthetic frequencies and dynamic percussion.
American rapper, singer and songwriter. She was discovered by the record label, Indie-Pop
DJ Flash Flare
Beet farmer, DJ, producer, promoter and party animal
DJ Erik Floyd
Famed NY, Manhattan DJ rocks the house
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Sunday Stage Schedule
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He lights all the Salt Lake clubs on fire, as they should be
Miss City Weekly 2015
See what a straight magazine thinks are the most beautiful, talented and outrageous drag personalities in Utah as they compete for the title.
Ranging from soulful blues to fiery rock to all-out dance band, the Sister Wives not your typical set for all-women bands
Direct from Sugar House, they dance for fitness, for fun, for the love of dance
Show Me Island
Salt Lake City SKA band
Great String band playing New Orleans Jazz, Cajun, Country
Who can sing? Usually no one, but you can try.
DJ Harry Cross
Always on the cutting edge, the Saturday resident DJ at Jam, this is Harry’s fifth Pride
Salt Lake Acting Company
Funny bits from Saturday’s Voyeur.
A quartet with a distinctive take on THE BLUES
Writing Competition Winners
The Saliva Sisters are an unnatural act. Who would have supposed a girl group singing parody songs about fiber, bidets and bras would have survived, let alone flourished in Utah? Gay-Oh!
Say it with verve, passion, sorrow but be heard.
A sextet playing electron hip hop
Nerds that rock
An experimental, psycho-acoustic, hip hop duo from Ogden.
As a celebrated DJ, designer, artist, Jesse has helped shape underground dance music, design, art and culture in Utah for two decades.
Emmy Award winning, singer, song writer and activist
Rap influences by Public Enemy, Run DMC, EMPD, BPD, NWA and other acronyms for politically incorrect stage names
Wasatch Wordsmiths – Youth & College Poetry Slam Team Competition
You’ve heard of XELLE. They’re that girl group that threw an illegal dance party on a moving NYC subway train for their debut video
Shasta and the Second Strings
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