All ages are welcome as Pride remains a family friendly atmosphere with an expanded youth area in the festival grounds. Santa Cruz Children’s Museum of Discovery will return to provide inspiring and engaging activities for kids. A bounce house and rock wall will be available to children and grown-ups of all ages.
Entertainment at the Festival
What kind of entertainment will you find the festival? The festival grounds will include two stages this year named in honor of Marsha P. Johnson and Harvey Milk. Both stages will feature a variety of entertainers including Ariel Arts, Anita Tiara Drag Show, Cheer SF, Do-Rights Burlesque, Motion Pacific, and, UCSC Cheer. Bay Area groups Deuces and Diamonds, Momma’s Boyz, the Singing Bois, and Thizznick will be performing throughout the day. The youth stage will have an open mic from 12:50pm to 1:30pm and a dance party during the final half hour of the festival.
Food trucks Ate3one, the Choke Coach, and Auntie LaLi’s Ice Cream Truck will be parked at the festival grounds throughout the day. Visit Hula’s Island Grill and Tiki Room, Lúpulo Craft Beer House, and Pacific Cookie Company who are generously donating a percentage of their sales to support Pride during event hours.