On Sunday, August 24, thousands gathered together for the Akron Pride Equity March and Festival, a celebration of community, history, and identity. Performers on the main stage included crowd-favorite Deborah Cox, country star Steve Grand, and a full roster of local talent.

Coined as the first Pride in the city of Kent, the Rainbow Squirrel Festival has been many months in the making and a long time in the coming. Hosted on October 3 by PRIDE! Kent, a Kent State University student organization, organizers feel an event like this was sorely overdue.

On August 24, thousands of LGBTQ+ Ohioans will flock to Akron to partake in the city’s third annual Equality March, followed by the fun-filled festival replete with local talent, food trucks, exhibitions, and an overwhelming representation of pride.

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With a history that dates back to 1973 when a group of LGBTQ men and women gathered on Fountain Square to march for gay rights, Cincinnati Pride was joyously held this past weekend in the Queen City.