June 17 & 21 Paint what pride means to you at Londonderry Mall and hang your art up for everyone to see for the month of June. Painting events are by donation with proceeds going to The Pride Centre of Edmonton.
June 18 You don’t need to be a sports fan to support this charity baseball game. Party Queens has teamed up with the Edmonton Riverhawks to host this all-ages game played by Edmonton drag performers. Come for the entertainment and stay for the beer garden after party on RE/MAX Field’s party patio.
June 18 Challenge yourself at St. Albert’s pride festival with a 100-foot inflatable obstacle course at Rotary Park. There will also be a petting zoo, food trucks, vendors, live music and drag performances.
June 18 DOSC Restaurant, Say Uncle and Evolution Wonderlounge are joining together to celebrate pride on the street with music, a drag brunch, beer garden and food by Taco Nova, Northern Chicken & Prairie Catering. Donations in support of the Chew Project and Briteline.
June 24 & 25 Celebrate pride in Churchill Square all weekend long with performances by Fefe Dobson, Virgina to Vegas and more on the main stage. There’ll also be a garden patio, beer garden and Rainbow Road food trucks and vendors.
June 24 Be in the audience of the 34th Annual Gay Pageant when the Imperial Sovereign Court of the Wild Rose crowns its 2022 Mr/Ms/Mx Gay Edmontons. Contestants are judged on performance, formal wear and theme outfit.
June 25 Get ready to party in a welcoming, inclusive environment at Electric: An Inclusive Party Experience! The popup party takes place at Maria Northern Mexican Cuisine, so you can get your fill on tacos while dancing the night away.
June 25 Do cardio for charity at the High Fitness pride workout class. Proceeds from the class go to The CHEW (Community, Health, Empowerment, & Wellness) Project, a drop-in crisis centre for 2SLGBTQIA+ youth and emerging adults. It happens at Echo Fitness.
June 26 Campio Brewing’s Summer Drag Series is back with brunch and a show on the patio. Order from a brand new food menu and take advantage of drink specials. Proceeds from the show go to Curling with Pride.
June 30 Watch Our Dance of Revolution, a film about how Black queer folks in Toronto faced adversity, from invisibility to police brutality, and rose up to become a vibrant, triple-snap-fierce community.
June 25, July 2, July 19, , August 9 & August 26 Learn about downtown Edmonton’s Queer history on a 90-minute walking tour. All tours are free, include a printed map and are hosted by members of the Edmonton Queer History Project Team. Can’t make it to one of the guided walking tours? Print out the map and do the tour on your own time!