Capitol Hill Pride Festival
Bite of Pride
Sat. June 24-30 2017
Please inform your
LGBT charity or anyone who may be interested.
Letter from Directors:
The “Capitol Hill Pride Festival – Bite of Pride” is announcing its continued promotion of the Capitol Hill wide event as online only community promotion for not only June 24th but for the month of Pride while street use is pending with the City of Seattle.
As the nine year annual event has
grown to become the Northwest’s largest Pride street festival and Capitol
Hill’s largest event after a two year absence of events in 2007 and 2008, we
are dedicated to promoting what is recognized as a Constitutionally protected annual
event for Pride weekend supporting the local community.
The Capitol Hill wide promotion underlines the “Bite of Pride” is not only for restaurants but includes businesses, non-profits and artists for Sat. June 24, 2017 thru the month of June.
Patterned after the “Bite on Broadway” in 2012 and 2013 as
a local promotion, the “Capitol Hill
Pride Festival - Bite of Pride” is offering vendors a year - long listing
and online ad for Pride specials.
We encourage restaurants and businesses to decorate for Pride weekend and sponsor an LGBTQ non-profit or artist with their advertisement listing.
Currently the Capitol Hill Pride Festival -“Bite of Pride” as of June 17th has 70 businesses registered on Capitol Hill and the festival website receives thousands of hits all year long and is expected to receive 50,000 visitors to the area for Pride weekend.
The Capitol Hill Pride Festival March & Rally and Capitol Hill Pride Festival – Bite of Pride is stewarded by the forming Capitol Hill Pride non-profit and we underline is not regulated by the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce or any other commercial entity.
If you have any questions or concerns we ask vendors and businesses to please contact us directly.Sincerely,
Charlette LeFevre and Philip Lipson
Capitol Hill Pride Festival March & Rally, Bite of Pride
Capitol Hill Pride
Questions? Contact Philip Lipson at email@example.com or call:
2. Once you have filled out and e-mailed your application, please make your
$50 registration fee to Pay Pal
A community festival march and rally celebrating diversity and
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 140 booths of restaurants
non-profits, businesses and artists.
take a bite of Seattle's Capitol Hill!
Activism at its finest!