Cincinnati Pride will once again feature two stages with entertainment all day long!
Emcee - Brooklyn Steele-Tate
Noon - DJ Jules
2:45p - Will Reed leads the National Anthem
3:00p - Amazon Eve (Erika Ervin) - Grand Marshall 2015
3:30p - Cincinnati Pride Drag Showcase featuring...
Mirelle Jane Divine
Ebony St. James
4:00p - Cincinnati Pride Award & Parade Entry Winners
4:30p - Body Sonic featuring Cadens Johnson
5:15p - Cincinnati Men's Chorus
5:45p - Cincinnati Pride Commitment Ceremony
6:15p - Cincinnati Pride Drag Showcase featuring...
Eve De Puss
Destine Marie Genesis
David Matthews Starr
7:00p - Betty Who (Cincinnati Pride Headliner)
8:00p - Steve Grand (Cincinnati Pride Headliner)
PNC Bank Stage
Emcee - Tyese Rainz
Noon - Special Guest Pride DJ opens the stage with hot hits
3:00p - Dj HaRviNaTiOn - "HIV Ain't The Boss of Me"
(Spoken Word Group)
3:30p - Brad Burch
4:00p - ISQCCBE - "The Court Pride Show"
4:30p - Brian Lee
4:45p - Cincinnati Pride Drag Showcase featuring...
5:15p - Freeze Kitten
6:15p - Stephen Mark Crisp
The 404 presents San Francisco's DjNeon Leon and Patti Needham of Take One Studios in the Family Fun Zone/VIP Area
Cincinnati Pride is proud to announce our 2015 Pride Festival Entertainment Headliners: Betty Who & Steve Grand!
Appearing live at Cincinnati Pride on Saturday, June 27, Betty Who will be taking the main stage at 7p followed by Steve Grand performing at 8p.
Australian-born, power-poptress Betty Who emerged in 2013 with the single "Somebody Loves You," reaching number one on Billboard's Dance/Club Play Songs. The song became a sensation when featured in the viral YouTube video of a flash mob / same-sex proposal at a Home Depot in Utah last year, garnering 13 million views online; followed by a cover of the track from Darren Criss in an episode of Fox's Glee. Her full-length album, Take Me When You Go, premiered in the US in October 2014 with a new single, "All of You" peaking at number one on the US Dance charts. Visit www.bettywhomusic.com for more on Betty Who.
Chicago-native, singer-songrwriter Steve Grand released his first single "All American Boy" in the summer of 2013 and the video became a viral hit, quickly drawing over 4 million views on YouTube. Often noted as the first gay country musician living out and proud at the start of his career, Grand has quickly become an active figure in the movement for equality and was named to Out's Out100 list last year. His debut album, titled All American Boy, was funded by fans through kickstarter and released last month to an A rating by online Digital Journal and a solid landing in the top quarter of the Billboard 200. Visit www.stevegrand.com for more on Steve Grand.