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Your guide to Denver PrideFest: 13 events to dance, party and sashay the weekend away

Or, you can head over to Blush and Blu at 1526 E. Colfax Ave. for a Pride edition of the bar’s monthly queer dance party, Sass Capacity. The...

The annual Coors Light PrideFest Parade leaves Cheesman Park at 9 a.m. and is expected to end around 11 a.m. The parade exits the park at 13th Avenue and Franklin Street, heading down Franklin to Colfax Avenue. It then heads down Colfax Avenue to Lincoln Avenue at Civic Center Park.

Hamburger Mary’s at 1336 E. 17th Ave is hosting Mary’s Last Call For Pride at 10 p.m. The event is hosted by Khloe Katz and includes performances by Menaje E’toi, Anka Shayne and Willow Pill. Make reservations at 303-993-5812.

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After, head over to Tracks Denver at 3500 Walnut St. for PrideFest’s official Women’s Party put on by Babes Around Denver. Last year...

Charlie’s Nightclub kicks off its weekend dance parties Friday. The entire weekend has an Island Oasis theme so, yes, flip-flops are allowed. Charlie’s is located at 900 E. Colfax Avenue.

Pride & Swagger, another of Denver’s new gay bars, located at 450 E. 17th Avenue, is hosting Electra Dupri’s weekly FemmeBots drag show, which starts at 10 p.m. There’s no cover. There are $3 drafts, $4 wells, $4.50 Smirnoff and $6.50 Ketel One.

Trying to avoid booze this Pride? No worries. Peer Coach Academy Colorado is hosting a free Sober Rave with DJ Rooze at The Phoenix at 2233 Champa St. starting at 7 p.m.

X Bar at 629 E. Colfax Avenue is opening at 7 a.m. Sunday and offering people a chance to check out the parade as it passes by. Afterward, the bar hosts its regular Beer Bust on the patio.

    Your guide to Denver PrideFest: 13 events to dance, party and sashay the weekend away
    The biggest weekend for Denver's LGBTQ community is here. PrideFest is set for Saturday and Sunday and has an array of events and shows to check out. But as always, there are a bunch of other Pride events around the city, ranging from crosswalk strut-offs to dance parties (and at least one without booze).

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A beginner's guide to Denver PrideFest 2018

The parade kicks off Saturday at 9:30 a.m. from 13th and Franklin (that's Cheesman Park). The procession winds its way through Denver and ends at Civic Center Park, which is where the actual festival will be for the rest of the afternoon.

    A beginner's guide to Denver PrideFest 2018
    More than 250,000 people are expected to descend on Denver this weekend for what the city says is one of the top ten pride events in the country. All are welcome to attend Denver's PrideFest, a part of Pride Week during June, which is widely recognized as Pride month globally.

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When and Where to Party During Denver Pride Week 2018

1526 East Colfax Avenue

1336 East 17th Avenue

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Tracks Denver, 3500 Walnut Street

The Phoenix, 2239 Champa Street

Mercury Cafe, 2199 California Street

Hudson Hill, 619 East 13th Avenue

900 East Colfax Avenue

629 East Colfax Avenue

    When and Where to Party During Denver Pride Week 2018
    The Denver PrideFest party begins well before the main event on the weekend: From cultural events and prayer sessions to drag shows and beer busts, there's always something for everyone when it's time to show your own version of Pride in D-Town.

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How to navigate downtown Denver this weekend with PrideFest, Comic Con and more

The PrideFest parade begins at 9 a.m. Sunday at Cheesman Park, exiting at 13th Avenue and Franklin. The route will continue on Franklin to Colfax, then travel down Colfax to Lincoln Avenue at Civic Center Park.

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The Juneteenth Parade will take place on 26th Street, starting at the Manual High School Parking lot (26th and Gilpin) and ending at the intersection of 26th and Welton Street. Staging begins at 9 a.m. Saturday and the parade officially kicks off at 11 a.m.

    How to navigate downtown Denver this weekend with PrideFest, Comic Con and more
    With three major celebrations this weekend, downtown Denver is expected to draw nearly 500,000. So experts say to plan ahead and explore your transit options. Comic Con, which runs June 15-17 at the Colorado Convention Center, is expected to attract over 100,000 participants.

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