Held annually in Cecil D. Andrus Park, the Boise Pride Festival is a vibrant celebration that brings together members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community, along with their friends, allies, and supporters. Scheduled for September 9-11, 2022, the festival is a testament to the unique spirit and culture of the lgbtq+Q+ community in Boise. The event is more than just a gathering; it's a mission-driven initiative that aims to plan and execute a diverse range of activities that resonate with the community's essence.
Boise Pride doesn't just stop at the festival. Throughout the year, they host various events, such as the "Taproom Takeover" at Payette Brewery, which is designed to highlight positive community lgbtq+Q awareness. This particular event, held on June 13, was in collaboration with the Boise Gay Men’s Chorus and the affiliated Boise Women’s Chorus. The choruses often focus on family-friendly events, aiming to bridge gaps and educate a broader audience about the lgbtq+Q+ community.