New Hope and Lambertville Celebrate Pride Week
The celebration of New Hope and Lambertville’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered visitors, friends and neighbors is one of a few pride festivals in the country with the principal goal of raising money to serve the community.
The New Hope and Lambertville Celebrate Pride Week festivities kick off with the unfurling of a section of the four-mile rainbow flag on loan from Key West, Florida.
Additional highlights include live entertainment, retail and restaurant promotions, comedy and more.
The gay-friendly Bucks County community teams up with neighboring Lambertville, N.J., to present the annual New Hope and Lambertville Pride Festival.
More than 15,000 celebrants each year attend festival events, which throughout the week typically include vendor booths, community gatherings (like a pig roast at the Lambertville House), and a variety of drag shows, musical acts, dance parties and more.
The highlight of the week-long celebration is the colorful Pride Parade & Fair featuring bands, floats and local organizations, and is certainly a must-see for anyone partaking in the festivities.
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Book the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package for stays through September 3, 2018 and get FREE hotel parking as well as free tickets to the Museum of the American Revolution, free tickets for a ride on the Ferris wheel and roller skating at Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest, a $25 CHeU Noodle restaurants gift card, free mini-golf and a carousel ride at Franklin Square, free passes to ride the PHLASH Downtown Loop and a $10 Lyft credit.