The Utah Pride Festival is a festival held in downtown Salt Lake City in June observing Utah's assorted iety and gay, lesbian, indiscriminate, and transgender network. The occasion is a program of the Utah Pride Center, and incorporates the state's second-biggest procession, after the Days of '47 Parade. The celebration incorporates the procession, a film celebration, the Dyke March, and individuals from the Bear Clan, Leathermen, and the Sisters of subjugation subcultures, an interfaith administration by the Utah Pride Interfaith Coalition, 5K philanthropy run, and related gatherings and gatherings.
Participation in the festival cuts over a wide range of Utahns. Past speakers amid the festival have run from Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson, who was cited in help of same sex marriage, to Utah Rep. Jackie Biskupski, the state's first transparently lesbian administrator. The festival last day starts with the procession. Members have included Mayor Ralph Becker, County Mayor Ben McAdams, a gathering of formally dressed Boy Scouts, the biggest gathering - Mormons Building Bridges, Mormons for Equality, the Provo Pride Council, Westminster College, and Weber State University. Over 140 associations, supporters, and religious gatherings partake. A huge rainbow hail fills the road at the back of the motorcade.