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7th Annual Pride Seder

Enjoy a meaningful and inclusive Passover experience led by Cantor Sharon Brown-Levy of Congregation Kol Ami, with songs, text, and history as related to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community. For all ages.
By: United Jewish Federation of Utah
When: April 25, 6pm,
Where: IJ & Jeanne Wagner Jewish Community Center
Info: bit.ly/UtahPrideSeder24

Red Butte Garden’s Transcending Barriers, Blooming with Pride.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant colors of nature at Blooming with Pride, a family-friendly event that invites the LGBTQIA+ community and allies to unite and celebrate the rich beauty and diversity of the natural world. Witness a living art display as the Garden comes alive with vibrant blooms and plant arrangement installations created by local florists, horticulturists, and artists. Each creation represents the diverse experiences and journeys within the LGBTQIA+ community—showcasing that, like plants, love and diversity thrive in all shades and forms.
As a way of thanking our community and welcoming everyone to the festivities, admission to Blooming with Pride is FREE from noon to 8 p.m. Timed tickets will be required and will be available soon.
Where: Red Butte Garden
When: Friday, June 14 from 12-8 pm
Info: RedButteGarden.org

Helper, Utah Saturday Vibes Pride
June 22 5-10:30pm

Come out and celebrate with the folks of Heloer, Utah in the name of diversity & inclusivity. This all-inclusive event is in conjunction with the internationally acknowledged Pride Month, which takes place across the globe in June. Helper organizers are creating a space for all diverse members of their community to feel welcome on Historic Main Street. One-of-a-kind ‘Helper & Utah Proud’ yard signs will be available for purchase at our merch booth until they sell out.
Where: Historic Main Street, Helper, Utah
When: June 22, 5–10:30 pm
Info: HelperVibes.com

Ogden Pride

As organizers passionately craft the details for Ogden’s upcoming 10th annual Festival, the excitement is palpable. Picture three days of pure celebration, each moment carefully designed to reflect a decade of pride, unity, and acceptance. This is an open invitation to everyone, welcoming all to share in the joy of this monumental celebration. Join them as they weave together the threads of a decade, creating a vibrant tapestry of love and diversity. Organizers hope to make the 10th annual Festival an unforgettable celebration of who Ogden is.
Aug. 2 will be the Queer Prom, an all-ages dance.
Aug. 3 is “An Epic Night: Festival Rally & Royale Affair”
Aug. 4 is the main Ogden Pride Festival, free to the public.
Sponsorships run from $200 to $8,000. Booths run from $200 to $425.
Over 300 volunteers are needed.
Where: Downtown Ogden
When: August 2–4
Info: OgdenPride.org

Logan Pride Festival

Since 2017, the Logan Pride Foundation has served the Cache Valley community as a non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating diversity while promoting LGBTQIA+ visibility, acceptance, and support in our region. While we host many projects and activities throughout the year, our hallmark event is our annual Pride Festival, which occurs each September. This single-day event has notably generated the largest reach and impact in and for our community, with over 3,000 attendees.
Sponsorships are available from $500 to $5,000.
Vendor booths are allotted a 10×10 plot, which they can set up as they wish. Last year, the event had 84 booths.
Musicians and drag artists are welcome to show interest in performing in one of the event’s multiple performance spaces.
The event is free for attendees. Donations to the festival help fund the Logan Pride House, the nonprofit’s home that provides a place for activities and support groups for Cache County’s LGBTQ+ community.
When: Saturday, September 28
Where: Willow Park, Logan, Utah
Info: LoganPride.org

Pride of Southern Utah Lake Day 2024

A day of sun, water, food, and celebration at Southern Utah’s annual Quail Creek Lake Day. As in years past, they’ll be located near the waters edge, close to Dig Paddlesports. Look for the rainbow flags.
When: Sunday, September 15, 1–5 p.m.
Where: Quail Creek State Park, Hurricane, Utah
Info: prideofsouthernutah.org

Pride of Southern Utah Pride in the Park

Pride in the Park returns to St. George this September for a day of entertainment, food, vendors and activities. This is a free all-ages event to celebrate our local LGBTQ+ community alongside friends, families and allies.
When: Saturday, September 28, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Crosby Confluence Park, 2099 S. Convention Center Dr. , St. George

Provo Pride

The last Provo Pride to date was in October, 2021. A planned 2022 festival was canceled within two weeks of the event. The website is no longer working, and social media has not been updated since 2022.

Moab Pride

After Covid, Moab Pride focused on activities for locals only. They no longer have a large park event and parade as they have had in the past. Their website is no longer functional. They did hold a Visibility March last September, which was announced two weeks before it happened.

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