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iN PHOTOS: Thousands came out for Kelowna’s Pride Festival

A spectacular and sparkly outfit at Kelowna Pride Festival on June 8, 2024.

Thousands of people swarmed downtown Kelowna to march and celebrate pride.

Today was Kelowna’s Pride Festival and it was filled with food, fun, and live entertainment.

The day started with a march beginning at Stuart Park at 10 a.m. and ended with a festival in City Park from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The festival topped off a week of events celebrating the LGBTQ2AI+ community, but there is still more to come for the rest of pride month.

Tomorrow there are going to be at least three events; the pride worship, 50 plus pride picnic, and a drag brunch.

Click here for more information about pride events in Kelowna.

For those who missed the festival today iNFOnews.ca has some photos of the celebrations.

Rainbow wings and pompoms at Kelowna's Pride Festival on June 8, 2024.
Rainbow wings and pompoms at Kelowna's Pride Festival on June 8, 2024.

Even the dogs dressed up for the Pride Festival.
Even the dogs dressed up for the Pride Festival.

An ambulance decorated for the festival.
An ambulance decorated for the festival.

Ogopogo clad in pink and ready to pose for pictures at Kelowna's Pride Festival.
Ogopogo clad in pink and ready to pose for pictures at Kelowna's Pride Festival.

Evan the Juggler showing off his moves at the festival.
Evan the Juggler showing off his moves at the festival.

The crowd at Kelowna's Pride Festival on June 8, 2024.
The crowd at Kelowna's Pride Festival on June 8, 2024.

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