Nashville Pride Fest is almost upon us! To celebrate the LGBTQ+ community, and all of the diversity that makes Nashville so special, we are holding a sign-making party. We'll provide the supplies, Fat Bottom Brewery will supply the good times, and you'll supply the creativity and wit.
We'll also be Tie-Dying shirts to wear during the Pride Parade on Saturday. Find us at Nashville Pride Fest with our big rainbow Lightning 100 Banner and walk with us in celebration of love! If you've ever wanted to be in a parade, this is your shot to walk with Lightning 100!
Right after sign-making and tie-dying we invite you to join us downstairs at our weekly Beer Bands and Bingo for the chance to win awesome prizes like concert tickets and merch.
REGISTRATION: To register and make your tie-dye shirt, please see our event for the Pride Parade here and click "register"
When: Tuesday, June 17th from 5:30pm-7:00pm
Where: Fat Bottom Brewery
800 44th Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37209
Cost: FREE! Please register below.
Trip Leader: Kaleigh Imbriale and Delaney Willson
Difficulty: This event is open to everyone!
Group Size Limit: 30 participants
Parking: Free parking is available at Fat Bottom Brewery
Children Policy: Open to all ages, with parental supervision for those under 18.
Dog Policy: Dogs are permitted in certain areas of the brewery. See their website for more info.
Weather Policy: This event is rain or shine!
Cancellation Policy: If you registered for the event and are unable to attend, please email TeamLightning@Lightning100.com
ABOUT THE NASHVILLE PRIDE FESTIVAL
Nashville PRIDE is the largest LGBTQ+ event in Tennessee. The event brings people together to enjoy an extensive vendor marketplace, Equality Walk, food vendors, entertainment, and much more. PRIDE has been celebrating gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer people and culture for 30 years. This year's festival will take place in Public Square Park and features Wilson Phillips and JoJo along with other prominent performers.
Don't forget to join Team Lightning at the Equality Walk to kick off Pride Fest and show off your signs!