Join us for the ninth annual March & Festival – a day of live entertainment, children's activities, hands-on fun, community vendors and a peaceful march through downtown Spartanburg. Check back here, or follow us on social media, for more details as they surface. See you then!
Upstate Pride SC has partnered with Adam & Eve of Greenville for an LGBT-exclusive shopping night on Sunday, July 16. The adult store will be open late from 8 to 10 p.m. for folks in the LGBT community to explore the retailer's lingerie, pleasure products, and more – with special discounts for the occasion!
In honor of LGBT Pride Month, Upstate Pride SC is partnering with Glow Lyric Theatre for a special performance event of the hippie rock musical Hair as part of Glow's 2017 Summer Series #QuestionAuthority!
Join us for the musical that celebrates free love, peace and diversity, all while rocking out to some of the show's immortal hits like "Aquarius" and "Let the Sunshine In"!
Also included with admission is an after-show party where you can indulge in delicious treats while meeting our fabulous and talented cast!
Tickets are $35 a piece. Get yours here: http://www.glowlyric.com/tickets/.
Stand in solidarity with the entire Upstate Pride community on Sunday, June 11, in celebration of LGBT Pride Month. The rally will begin in One City Plaza at 1 p.m. with a moment of silence for the victims of last year's Orlando massacre. Artists and activists will then share the spotlight to unite the Upstate through song, spoken word poetry, and impassioned speech.
Upstate Pride SC has partnered up with Blu nightclub in downtown Greenville to create an evening for the LGBTQ+ community on Wednesday nights. The new program, called Proud & Out @ Blu, will kick off on Wednesday, June 7, with a launch party, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. A local DJ will be spinning from 10 p.m. until close with custom LGBT cocktail menus all evening long. Adam & Eve will also be in attendance with free swag. Join us!
Furman University Hartness Pavilion Dining Room
We’ve teamed up with Furman University’s LGBT student group Encouraging Respect of Sexualities (EROS) to host a free showing of the documentary “Expanding Gender: Youth Out Front”.
Barnet Room of the Montgomery Student Center at Converse CollegeCollege
A collaborative discussion with our friends at Speaking Down Barriersabout race and social identities called “All Oppression is Connected.” All ages welcome, and attendance is free. The event is a potluck, so attendees are invited to bring a covered dish.