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Capitol Hill Pride Festival
March & Rally

New! Date Change
Sat. June 10, 2017 -
(formerly Sat. June 24)
Winner 2014  Crowd facing North

Equality March for Unity and Pride - Seattle 
Sunday June 11, 2017
Equality March for Unity and Pride - Seattle

To coincide as the Sister March with the National Pride March in D.C., join us
June 11, 2017
on Seattle's Capitol Hill E. Pike St. and North Broadway to assist in this national solidarity event.

An all inclusive event.

Click here for the Equality March Website
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Capitol Hill Pride Festival March & Rally 2017
Sat. June 10, 2017 -

Stonewall, Never Forget
The largest Pride Street Festival in the Northwest! 

Theme for 2017: Wizard of Oz - Because there is no place like Home!  
Get your Wicked On!
Support Capitol Hill - the Heart of the LGBT community!

Six blocks on Broadway of food, vendors and entertainment!
Activism at its Finest!

Thank You for Standing Strong!

The Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore, Broadway Businesses, AT&T, BIA, BBOA, Rainbow Women's Health Fair,  LGBT organizations, Volunteers, and Supporters will present the ninth annual Pride Festival

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Thank you Seattle for joining the
Hands Across Broadway Memorial 


As a memorial and remembrance of the victims of the Orlando shooting, the Capitol Hill Pride Festival will open  with a “Hands Across Broadway” event  with participants holding hands along the length of the festival extending North and South.

Hands across Broadway
Hands South Mayor Ed MurrayHands Across Broadway North
Hands Across Broadway. Seattle Mayor Ed Murray joins the event.
Puppy Out of the Bag  Lounging dog  Lounging
A puppy comes out of the bag and dogs enjoy lounging on Broadway as they wait for the Capitol Hill Pride Festival Doggie Drag Costume Contest
  Maurice Crallie and Trent   Puppy Winner  Neon Nacho
Maurice MoJ Crallie and MC Trent, Puppy contestant smooshes with a judge, Neon Nacho shows their Pride
Dave O Show   Gift Winner
Dave "O Show kept it cool with Jazz and Swing dancing, Katya and Courtney, winner of the 2016 Gift Basket

Maurice "MoJ" Crallie, Michael Jackson Tribute 

Your Sponsors for the 2016 Capitol Hill Pride Festival

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4 Culture
 This project was supported, in part, by an award from 4Culture...  
Stewarded by    Member of Interpride

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Booths and Ad Applications CLICK HERE for 2017

2016 Booth Statistics
Proud to booth more local businesses and LGBT non-profits than any other festival in Seattle!
42 N. Broadway Businesses
33 Seattle, 33 Food, 26 Non-Profits, 10 Medical, 7 Capitol Hill, 6 Non-Local, 5 Non-Local Food

Neon Nacho

Photos for 2016

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10-10:30am Capitol Hill Pride Festival March

Getting the stage ready in 2015
March from Seattle Central Campus to Main Stage on Harrison. “Never Forget” 1969 Stonewall with speakers and history. 
The Capitol Hill Pride Festival March will be an all ages, all orientations, all gender/transgender civic march with no fees open to the public.
The march has no fees as the Directors of the festival feel an individual should not have to pay a fee to march, demonstrate or show civic and community pride.
Seattle has not had an all gender inclusive LGBT march for 37 years since the Parade split from marches and started charging fees thereby shutting out individuals and low budget organizations.
Marchers are encouraged to bring hand written signs.

10:30 - 11am  Opening Speakers
Speakers: Graham Taylor – Stonewall: Natl. Parks Conservation Assoc. Nikki Etienne, Marsha Botzer, Monisha Harrell of Equal Rights Washington, Gary Tolman- Activist and member of Freedom Socialist Party, Laura Ingles Wilder representing Intersex gender, Alliance for Gun Responsibility  - Intiative 1941.
Stonewall History in the Making -First National Park for  LGBT 
Graham Taylor 
The Natl. Parks Conservation Assoc. wrote a resolution to Pres. Obama to get Stonewall designated as a National Monument.
Graham TaylorStonewall: Natl. Parks Conservation Assoc.
Graham Taylor is the Northwest Field Representative for the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA). NPCA advocates on behalf of America's national parks.
Thankfully, with President Obama's designation of a national monument for Stonewall, we can say that our park system now has a site dedicated to telling the LGBT civil rights story!
NPCA is a proud leader in the campaign to designate this site, and thanks our many LGBT friends and allies who worked tirelessly to encourage President Obama to take action and designate the 1st National Park for LGBT Equality!

Nikki Etienne  Nikki Etienne

Nikki Etienne, is a local artist who is the co-creator and Host of a local monthly poetry slam, RingSide, held at the Red Lounge. She is also a vocalist & MC in her band, Holy Pistola. Nikki is currently working on some mini documentary projects that directly effect LGBTQ POC and is aspiring to release those the start of 2017. 

Marsha Botzer  Marsha Botzer
Marsha Botzer has served the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and progressive communities for over 40 years, as a founding member of Equality Washington, and on boards of Pride Foundation, Safe Schools, Lambert House, Seattle Counseling Service and the World Professional Association for Transgender Health. 

Marsha Botzer
     A founding member of Equal Rights Washington, a past co-chair of Seattle’s LBGT Commission, Marsha served as co-chair of The National LGBTQ Task Force in 2005-6, 2009-10, and as Chair of the Action Fund in 2015.  She is a founding member of Out In Front Leadership Project, founded Seattle’s internationally known Ingersoll Gender Center, and served as a national co-chair of the 2008 Obama Pride Campaign. 
    In 2009 she served on the Leadership Committee of Equality Across America.  In 2011 Marsha received the Jose Julio Sarria Civil Rights Award and the Washington State GLBT Bar Association Award.  In 2013 she was selected for the Inaugural U.S. Edition of the Trans 100 List, and in 2014 she received the Gay City Health Community Leadership Award.  In 2015 Marsha was elected to the Martin Luther King County Labor Council.  Also in 2015 she received the Distinguished Scholar Award from Antioch University in Seattle and the Backbone Award from the National Secular Students Alliance.

Monisha Harrell

Monisha Harrell is the Board Chair for Equal Rights Washington, a statewide LGBTQ advocacy organization. She is also a member of the National LGBTQ Task Force and served as Co-Chair for Mayor Ed Murray’s Public Safety Task Force.

Gary Tolman Gary Tolman speaks how Freedom Socialist helped start many of the Pride marches in the early years of the civil rights movement.

Omar Jackson   1491

Omar Jackson
– Field Organizer with The Alliance for gun Responsibility, Yes on I-1491 campaign

The Alliance for Gun Responsibility works to end the gun violence crisis in our community and promote a culture of gun ownership that balances rights with responsibilities. Through collaboration with experts, civic leaders, and citizens, we find evidenced-based solutions, create innovative policy, advocate for changes in laws, and promote community education to reduce gun violence. Learn more at  and follow us at @WAGunResponsib. 

Alliance for Gun Responsibility

Initiative Measure No. 1491 empowers families and law enforcement to stop gun violence tragedies. It allows them to prevent loved ones in crisis, exhibiting mental illness, or expressing violent behavior who pose a harm to themselves or others from getting access to firearms. These Extreme Risk Protection Orders are issued by a court and follow the same process as other protection orders. Learn more at


Purple Passion - Rainbow City Band, Trent Davis MC

Rainbow City Band , Trent Davis MC
Rainbow City Band

Purple Passion plays  for a variety of occasions: dances, wedding receptions, fundraisers, holiday celebrations, corporate events, festivals, and community celebrations. They have  performed in dance halls and jazz clubs like the Century Ballroom, Tula’s Jazz Club,  Renaissance Seattle Hotel, Fairmont Olympic Hotel,  Crossroads Bellevue’s Market Stage to Broadway Performance Hall.

Purple Passion's repertoire ranges from jazz and swing standards to Latin and contemporary pieces, featuring both vocal and instrumental work. They have a knack for filling up a dance floor, and fans often note that the band “really swings!” and is “easy to dance to.” 

Purple Passion Swing Band is a 20-piece band based in Seattle that has been performing for over 15 years.

Find out more about us - or book us for your next event - at


Seven and TrentTrent Davis and Seven

12:00-1:00 Capitol Hill Doggie Drag Costume Contest

Doggie Winners
Winners and Judges for the 2016 Doggie Drag Costume Contest...more info coming soon!


Doggie Crowd

The Seattle Westminster of Pride!

Seattle Humane

$5 sugg. donation per dog
to benefit Seattle Humane Society Pet Project
 Nicole Brodeur MC Nicole Brodeur

Judges for 2016: Judges: DonnaTella Howe, Deja Nouveau, Kara Sutra, Vivien Gabor, Cherry Sur Bete and Miss Siren Hung

Main Stage on Harrison
Five Best in Category and of the five, one Best in Show Winner
will be chosen announced right after the judging!
Safely and responsibly dress your dog!

Pet Project - Helping Clients with AIDS  
Pet Project, an offshoot of the Pet Food Bank, provides services to individuals disabled.
Pet Project matches volunteers one-on-one with clients, handling most of their pet care needs on a monthly basis, and enables clients to keep their pets while spending their limited resources on food and other living expenses for themselves. All services and supplies are donated or purchased with donated funds.
Individuals disabled by AIDS should contact Pet Project at (425) 649-7566 to be considered for Pet Project services.

2016 Judges:

DonnaTella Howe is moving and shaking all over Seattle. From Bacon Strip to Rainbow Bingo and eXposed, and playing hostess for DonnaTella Vs Humanity at 500 East and events with Team Diva Real Estate including Divas Take The Hill. She has expanded her appearances and is working the freelance circuit.  Her hosting ability came about while working as assistant for MoM, running her Mother’s Day and birthday tribute shows and the occasional WET night at RPlace. Between the looks her mama gave her, some Atomic Cosmetics, lessons on how to wear it courtesy some of the best queens in the Pacific Northwest and some well-chosen outfits, DonnaTella has become a party girl around town.

Performances range from comedy, to top 40, old school hits and the occasional dramatic ballad. She is always looking to entertain, amuse and start the party off right. No two moments or performances of hers are alike and she is constantly striving to build her numbers into better spectacles while keeping audiences guessing. She is the social butterfly, the flirt and the lover, but also the bitch you don’t wanna cross. She’s got the sexy sass of Katy Perry with the mouth of Elaine Stritch, a new class of queen mixing substance and style and here to make the show memorable. Having completed reigns as Miss Gay Seattle, Imperial Princess & Czarina of Capitol Hill, she was recently crowned Olympia XLV and represents throughout Western Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Canada as Empress of Seattle, making herself available to appear and perform wherever she is needed to support the community.

Kara Sutra is a local, grass-fed, free range, chameleon drag performer living in Seattle. She originates from Denver Colorado. Ms Sutra moved to the PNW in the fall of 2014 to pursue a career in hair, makeup and performance art. When she's not busy with her day job Kara can be found performing around the Seattle area in Bacon Strip, Court of Seattle events, fundraisers and other various gigs.

Follow her on Instagram and face book to stay current with her work and events!

Vivien Gabor is ready for anything. Always the madam, never the whore, this plus-sized diva will get you hot and drop you cold. With a lifetime background of performing and dressing up in thrift-store tutus, she was born for glamor. Be sure to tune into her new show, Street Walking everyFriday on YouTube!



Dragging all the boys to their watery graves, it’s Miss Siren Hung.  She’s the current reigning Duchess of Puget Sound and Princess of Skagit Valley College.  She likes cat-calling at construction workers, and boys who know how to “doggie paddle”.  

Singer Zoe Newton
Zoe Newton
(Photo by Nicole Raine Photography)

Zoe Newton, 8.5 years old, is a student at Lowell Elementary.  

Blind since birth, she’s developed her own unique way of moving through the world. Zoe was born with a rare and fatal genetic disorder known as Malignant Infantile Osteopetrosis (MIOP), and required major surgery and a risky bone marrow transplant by the age of one to save her life. Her medical team was amazed that she survived; she is by all accounts a miracle girl. Zoe started playing the piano and keyboard when she was 3, has perfect pitch, and is entirely self taught.  

Music is her life; playing piano and singing is her first language.  She loves everyone she meets and teaches her parents everyday about unconditional love. She’s so excited to perform at a festival that celebrates love!

Zoe Newton

1:15-1:30       Not This Time, Andre Taylor, Teri Kemp

Andre Taylor   Andre Group

Andre Taylor, the "Not This Time" campaign and Rick Williams standing with
the "John T. Williams" I-873 Initiative group.

 Not This Time
Washington State non-profit Founder, Speaker and Activist Andre Taylor along with Atty. Teri Kemp will talk about the "Not This Time" campaign and Initiative 873, the "John T. Williams Bill" to bring about police accountability.
1:30-2:00       MC Trent and Friends
Seven and Trent..
Info coming soon on this mysterious person

2:30-3pm Michael Jackson Tribute Show, Maurice “MoJ.” Crallie

Maurice Crallie  Maurice

Maurice will pay tribute to Michael Jackson with over 27 years of experience in freestyle dancing and singing.  Maurice has the uncanny ability to mimic Michael Jackson by weigh of appearance, song and dance and considers the stage his second home.
Maurice has played Muckleshoot Casino, St. Louis, Tribute Concerts in Ghana, Africa 2010,  Local Bars, clubs, and private occasions since 2009.
3-5:30 MC - Emerald Wizard of Seattle
Emerald Wizard...

The Emerald Wizard
About The Emerald Wizard...  Wizard...  Gnome.  Santa.  Dan & Elise are fun and entertaining characters and promotional models available for your varied needs ranging from family friendly fun to more mature oriented work.  Professional, tactful, charming and more, the pair work the Pacific Northwest and are available now to help promote your next party or event.

5:30-7:00pm Wizard of Oz A New

Oz A New Cast  presents a peak at their new upcoming stage production

Oz a New

Page2Stage Entertainment is proud to present a two day preview of a new musical Operetta, slated for Broadway NYC 2017. 

We have the pleasure to witness all of Act One of our new operetta.  Directed and produced by NYC Festival Award winner, Mike G. 


Weijing Zhou as Dorothy Gale

Rico Lastrapes – Scarecrow

Ryan Glascock - Lion/Uncle Henry, Emily Robinson

Aunt Em, Benjamin Cournoyer - Tin Man.

Dyke March LogoDyke Flag
Make way for the Dyke March!
Dyke March bus
The Dave O’ Show

Dave Ostronic  
Dave O Show
8:00-9pm The Dave O’ Show

The Dave O’ Show front man Dave Ostronic (O-straw-nick) is “Keepin’ Cool Alive” with Song and Dance. Dave presents a lively show of Jazz Standards, Pop Covers and Original Music  while providing Live Swing and Ballroom Dancing during his performances. 

Dave hails from Omaha, Nebraska and Fort Worth, Texas where he began his song and dance career. Ostronic studied recordings of popular singers like Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Mel Torme while supplementing his technical training with private vocal lessons. He trained professionally at Arthur Murray Fort Worth where he learned over 20 dances within his first 6 months as a student. Always moving forward, Ostronic took the leap from Texas to Seattle, Washington in hopes of further developing his musical and dance talents. Here he has inserted himself in the local Jazz scene and continued to develop his rich singing voice by leveraging local Jazz Musicians such as Eric Verlinde, Hans Brehmer, Gretta Matassa and Andrew Shaw.

His passion for the style and class of yesteryear are apparent in his delivery, demeanor and style.
Come Out and Enjoy an Energy filled performance from this Young Crooner and His wonderful Band.

Holy Pistola

Holy Pistola

Holy Pistola

"Holy Pistola is an eight piece band out of Seattle on a mission to move crowds whenever and wherever they play. Drawing inspiration from the diverse musical backgrounds of all 11 members, they blend funk, hip hop and soul with live instrumentation and electronic elements to create a unique sound they like to call 'ElectroSoulHop'. 

Well known for their crowd pleasing, high energy live sets and original compositions. Holy Pistola has played The High Dive, Capitol Cider, The Sunset Tavern and other venues in and around the Seattle area and are poised to take things to the next level with the release of their first EP as well as a number of supporting music videos in the spring of 2016.

Songs: Holy Pistola plays their originals but cover "Ready Or Not" by The Fugees "Rappers Delight" by the Sugar Hill Gang.

They are the girls your mother warned you about...and they are definitely not your average girls.  Playing 80's, 90's, punk, glam, and pop covers with edge and energy.

Nasty Habits

Nasty Habits
10-11pm  Nasty Habits
The Nasty Habits is a mostly 80's dance band covering genres ranging from synthpop to punk.
Featuring Morgan Smith on drums

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Standig Strong

Standing Strong

The Capitol Hill Pride Festival March & Rally joins the rest of the world in mourning of the lives lost in the Orlando Nightclub Shooting and condolences to the families as we keep our thoughts and prayers to those that were injured.
This act of violence is a reminder of how the entire nation must stand together and stand strong against hate, oppression and division. And perhaps another reminder of how we must increase our responsibilities to create safe spaces for our communities to not only gather and remember but to demonstrate equality and support for this generation and future generations.  

We share the statement of Interpride:

“In light of Sunday’s tragedy, the remaining Pride celebrations take on a new and important meaning. We cannot allow the threat of violence to silence us. When possible, we must work even more closely with our Police Departments and security companies to help alleviate public safety concerns. We will work together to ensure that the commitment to Pride is not overshadowed by fear.” - Brett Hayhoe and Sue Doster, Co-Presidents Interpride

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Stonewall, Never Forget

Stonewall Riots, June 28, 1969

 Photo from The New York Daily News, Sunday, June 29, 1969

The Stonewall riots were a historical turning point in LGBT rights. Often compared to the civil rights turning point of Rosa Parks, the riots took place on June 28, 1969, at the Stonewall Inn in New York City when gays and youth stood up against harassing police raids and arrests for being gay which were common at the time.

Legend has it that the raid was started by a simple penny being thrown at a police officer.

Today, Pride marches and parades are held around the world at the end of June commemorating the anniversary of the riots. Communities such as Capitol Hill in Seattle have become neighborhoods where bars, restaurants and businesses have become safe places for gays and lesbians to be open about their sexual orientation without fear of being arrested or harassed.

In modern times ongoing inequality, basic human rights and international persecution underlines the need for persons and businesses to demonstrate their support for the LGBT community and today what has become known as Pride.

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A community festival march and rally celebrating diversity and community pride, remembering Stonewall and local history.
The festival is open to everyone, LGBT, straight and anyone of any background.
Live local Music, Food and Entertainment with over 150 booths of restaurants
non-profits, businesses and artists.
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Volunteers Needed for 2017!
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Capitol Hill Pride Festival March & Rally Organizers
Charlette LeFevre - Festival and Entertainment Development
Philip Lipson - Booth and Volunteer Coordination
The Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore and its Directors are the fiscal agents and organizers of the
Capitol Hill Pride Festival.
The museum as a federally recognized 501(c)3 non-profit
supporting humanities and has been scheduling events in Seattle since 1998 including events on Capitol Hill, Seattle Center and Volunteer Park.

Safety Announcement
Following protective Measures Guide for the U.S. Outdoor Venues, the organizers of the Capitol Hill Pride Festival will be coordinating
communicating, operating, training and establishing a detailed safety plan for this event.
We ask business owners and attendees to watch for strong suspicious activity and to help protect your community festival.
Unauthorized sales and soliciting will not be allowed inside festival area.

Information, Announcement and Signage

“For your safety, please do not bring in backpacks and large bags.  If you see something, say something”

Any strong suspicious activity observed or perceived should be reported immediately to 9-1-1 and then the directors.
Issues or concerns should be immediate relayed to:
Event Directors:
Charlette 206-523-6348, Philip Lipson 206-465-9061

We want to assure that every step is taken to assure the safety of businesses and attendees during one
of  Capitol Hill's largest events so we can celebrate this social justice equality festival

Festival Development and Media Inquiries contact:
Charlette LeFevre

Mary Lambert and Charlette LeFevre

Singer Mary Lambert and Festival Director Charlette LeFevre in 2013

Philip Lipson
Booth Coordinator

Who We Are in Supporting the Humanities

The Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore is a 501(c) 3 educational non-profit supporting the humanities and established its first six years on Capitol Hill and is sponsored in part by the Raynier Foundation founded by museum supporter James W. Ray - a Capitol Hill Gay Philanthropist who supported the Humanities and created the Raynier Foundation and namesake of the James W. Ray Orion Center Youth Center for homeless youth.
The museum has scheduled events in the Northwest for the past fourteen years hosting many authors and lectures and cultural arts groups including conferences at Seattle Center and most recently the Seattle Faerie Festival. The museum still conducts the Capitol Hill Historical Ghost Tour with an extensive knowlege of the area and history highlighting the famous legends of Capitol Hill such as Bruce Lee, Kurt Cobain, Jimi Henrix, Frances Farmer and historical figures such as Bertha Knight Landes- Seattle's first woman Mayor, Roy Olmstead and many others.
Now shifting to online, the museum remains active with the community and the Broadway Business Owners Association (BBOA) and has established the first Pride Asia at Hing Hay park in the International District. Occasionally, the museum can be seen on current Travel Channel shows such as "Mysteries at the Museum" and the Discovery Channel.

Festival History
Director Charlette LeFevre as elected Vice-President of the Capitol Hill Community Council in 2008 and Chair of the Arts and Events Committee ran on a platform of establishing LGBT events and organized the first Capitol Hill Pride Festival in 2009 as a two block festival. That year the museum became the fiscal agent and organizers for the festival as the Community Council lacked a business license and even though approved by a community vote opposed the start fearing parking meter fees. Despite obstacles, its first year, the festival drew 5,000 in attendance and in 2010 and 2011 the festival became a five block festival drawing an estimate of 30,000 throughout the day.  
The event has become the largest single day event for Capitol Hill and Seattle's and the Northwest's largest Pride Street festival.
The festival Directors are committed to keeping the festival a grass roots social justice community festival on Capitol Hill as a fiscally responsible agent and stewardship and showcasing new and emerging artisst on the festival stages
as well as furthering the recognition of the Art of Drag as a cultural art form.
New for 2013:
The festival is the new site of the Rainbow Women's Health Fair in its 15th year and for the first time  the Navy.
Directors photo courtesy of Jennifer Durham
Directors, Philip Lipson and Charlette LeFevre 2013

Charlette LeFevre - is current Director of the Northwest Museum of Legend and Lore since 2004.
Combining science and events, Charlette shares a social justice interest in her activities and writings. Charlette has a BA in Research and Design from Wright State University.

Past positions: 2008 Capitol Hill Community Council VP and currently writes on social justice for the Seattle PI Capitol Hill Neighborhood Blog under Charlette Report.
Accomplishments: Saving four large trees on Capitol Hill's Broadway and helping establish the Seattle city ordianance that bans the display of
human remains without the deceased's consent.

Philip Lipson - Librarian has a Master's degree in Library Science from Wayne State University in Detroit and has had experience in both public and academic libraries. Co-Director of the museum since 2004, Philip Lipson is writing a book on the Air Force's first military plane crash in Kelso and is Booth Director for the Capitol Hill Pride Festival. Philip Lipson has worked for the IRS and has helped organized the budgets for many conferences.  In 1980 Philip ran for Sheriff of Wayne County, Michigan, Libertarian Party. Lucky for the library he lost. His slogan was "Behave Yourself", a motto he still lives by today - or so he says.

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