Pride Festival returns to Desert Hot Springs for the second time, sponsored jointly by the non-profit charitable organization, DiversityDHS/Your LGBT Connection in Desert Hot Springs and Cabot’s Pueblo Museum Foundation, on Sunday, October 21, 2018, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Events for the festival include craft and informational booths, food trucks, entertainment by local and guest artists, and tours of the acclaimed “jewel” of Cabot’s Pueblo Museum, 67616 Desert View Avenue in Desert Hot Springs 92240. Admission to the festival is free and open to the public.
Entertainment includes headliner Keisha D in addition to Modern Men, College of the Desert Ballet Folklorico Dance Troupe, JBoy, Jinza, Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus, Larry Bennett, and Rocco Patrick.
This year’s festival theme, “Celebrating Unity and Diversity”, envisions a diverse community in Desert Hot Springs that serves to educate, celebrate and promote the health and wellness of all residents of DHS, including the LGBT community, through outreach and events such as the Pride Festival.
Event parking will be at Angel View at the corner of Desert View Avenue and Miracle Hill. Free transportation between Angel View and Cabot’s Pueblo Museum will be provided by the Desert Hot Springs Spa City Bus.
Save the date and mark your calendar for the Pride event of the year in Desert Hot Springs and celebrate Diversity in our community!